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GENEALOGY COLLECTOR 



iWASMuTOiMNiy. PUBLIC LIBRAFO 



3 1833 00730 8957 



ANTIQUITIES 

OF THE 

CITY OF OXFORD 



VOL. III. 



HORACE HART, PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITY 



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' 'Survey of the Antiquities 

of the City of Oxford" 
composed in 1 661-6, 
by Anthony Wood 



ANDREW CLARK, M.A 

RECTOR OF GREAT LEIGHS, ESSEX 



Vol. III. ADDENDA AND INDEXES 



WITH ILL USTRA TION 



PRINTED FOR THE OXFORD HISTORICAL SOCIETY 
AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 

1899 

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PREFACE. 

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4 




The present volume has verbally obeyed the Horatian precept — 
nonum prematur in annum ; 

vol. ii. bearing date 1890, while this one has the imprint 1899. 

The chief advantage gained by the delay has been in the publication 
of the late Rev. Octavius Ogle's Royal Letters to Oxford, 1892, where 
several City charters were given in full which otherwise would have 
had to find place here. 

The volume has been prepared under several disadvantages. 
Absence from Oxford has required that much of it should be drawn 
up from transcripts, not from Wood's originals. Inability to consult 
books other than the few in my own study has often caused doubtful 
statements to be passed over without comment, and incomplete state- 
ments to remain unsupplemented. The indexes have been framed in 
the very irregular and widely-separated intervals allowed by parish 
work, and must show, in consequence, some inequalities and incon- 
sistencies. 

Such as it is, however, the volume completes Wood's treatise on the 
City of Oxford, and displays the heroic outlines on which he sketched 
it, as well as the abundance and the frequent intricacy of the materials 
he had access to. Even where it is very imperfect, as in the earlier 
part of the Catalogue of Mayors and Bailiffs, it cannot fail to be of 
use to future students, as the first traveller's chart of an unexplored 
country serves to arrange and locate subsequent discoveries. 

Some other explanations will perhaps not be thought superfluous. 
In the present volume, I have had to present not even Wood's rough 
draft of chapters for his City treatise, but his collections preparatory 
to such a draft. I have therefore taken full liberty to condense, omit. 



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PREFACE. 



and even in places to re-arrange. I suppose, for example, that if MS. 
Wood D. 7 (5), which I have c ompressed into part of Chap. XXXIII, 
had been printed in full, it would have filled not less than 200 pages. 
Wood's own spelling, however, and his jumble of English and Latin, 
ami of Latin regardless of construction, have been retained, as 
characteristic of his writings. 

Wood's spelling of proper names is exceptionally fluctuating. In 
my work on the degree-records of the University, I observed that 
Wood very seldom wrote in his transcript a name as it stood in the 
University Register, and that he did not even use one form for a given 
name, but changed his spelling from page to page, and even from line 
to line. The same is true of his excerpts from the parish registers : 
the register may give Smith but Wood write Smyth, or the register 
give Smyth and Wood write Smith. I have, therefore, in the index 
disregarded the minutiae of his spelling. 

I have given a list of the more important errata which I had noted 
in my own copy. Some of them are misprints, some probably errors 
of transcription, and others slips of Wood himself. All of them have 
been taken account of in the indexes. 

ANDREW CLARK. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Preface v 

Chapter XXXIII. Temporal Government i 

Catalogue of Mayors and Bailiffs 3 

Members of Parliament . 41 

Recorders 55 

Town-clerks 56 

High Stewards 57 

Chamberlains 57 

Old Oxford families : Kepeharme 58 

Torald 60 

Stock well 63 

Halegod 65 

Bodyn . . . . . . 66 

Burewald 67 

Later Oxford families 1 : Smyth (of St. Aldate's 2 ) . . 132, 198 

Levinz 152, 209 

Frere 153 

Flexney 162, 248 

Wright 166 

Chapter XXXIV. Municipal Privileges 69 

Chapter XXXV. Municipal Boundary 71 

Chapter XXXVI. Spiritual Government . . . . . . 72 

Institutions to All Saints' church 73 

— chantry of S. Anne in All Saints' . . 74 

— chantry of Holy Trinity in All Saints' . 75 
S. Aldate's church 77 

— chantry of S. Mary in S. Aldate's . . 78 

1 These references are given here in at the beginning of Oxford municipal 

order to compare Wood's treatment of history (iii. 2). 

1 governing ' Oxford families of his own 2 Often referred to as ' of Grand- 
day with his treatment of similar families pont.' 



vril] CONTENTS. 

C'linptiM- XXXVI. Spiritual Govornment {continued). page 

Institutions to S. Budoc's church 79 

S. Clement's church 79 

S. Ebbe's church 8 1 

S. E( I ward's church 83 

S. Frideswyde's church 84 

Montacute chantry in S. Frideswyde's . 84 

S. Giles' church 85 

S. John Baptist church 87 

S. Martin's (Carfax) 87 

— S. Mary's chantry in S. Martin's . . 88 
S. Mary the Virgin church .... 89 
S. Mary Magdalen church .... 9° 
S. Michael's at North Gate .... 92 
S. Michael's at South Gate .... 93 

— S. Mary's chantry in S. Michael's at South 

Gate . . . . • • « 95 

S. Mildred's church ..... 9 6 

S. Peter's in the East 9 6 

S. Peter's in the Bailey 98 

— S. Andrew's chantry in S. Peter's in the 

Bailey . . . . . . .100 

S. Frideswyde's priory 100 

S. John Baptist hospital 102 

Littlemore nunnery 102 

Osney abbey 102 

Confirmation of Chancellor of the University . . . 103 

Master of Balliol 104 

Rector of Lincoln 104 

Provost of Oriel 105 

Chapter XXXVII. Famous Natives of Oxford .... 107 

Chapter XXXVIII. Monumental Inscriptions . . . . 109 

S. Mary the Virgin church 110 

S. Aldate's church 127 

S. Mary Magdalen church 137 

All Saints' church 145 

S. Michael's at North Gate 158 

S. Martin's (Carfax) church 166 

S. Peter's in the East church 173 

Holywell (S. Cross) church 186 

S. Giles' church 191, 195 

S. Ebbe's church ......... 192 

S. Thomas' church 193 

S. Peter's in the Bailey church 194 

Chapter XXXIX. Excerpts from the' Parish Registers . . 198 

S. Aldate's — christenings .198 

marriages 201 

burials . 202 



CONTENTS 



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Chapter XXXIX. Excerpts from the Parish Registers (continued). PA ge 

All Saints' — christenings 209 

marriages 210 

burials 210 

S. Clement's — marriages 214 

burials 214 

S. Ebbe's — marriages . 214 

burials 215 

S. Giles'— christenings 216 

marriages . . .216 

burials .... ... 217 

Holywell (S. Cross)— christenings 218 

marriages 218 

burials 218 

Wadham College chapel — burials 219 

S. Mary Magdalen — christenings 222, 223 

marriages . . . , . .223 

burials 223, 224 

S. Martin's (Carfax) — christenings 228 

marriages 229 

burials 229 

S. Mary's — christenings 235 

marriages . . 236 

burials 237 

S. Michael's at North Gate — christenings . . . 248, 249 
marriages . . . .249 
burials .... 249, 250 

S. Peter's in the East — christenings 253 

marriages 254 

burials 254 

S. Peter's in the Bailey — christenings 258 

marriages ..... 258 

burials 258 

S. Thomas' — christenings 259 

marriages .260 

burials 260 

Index I — Places in and near Oxford 265 

The City of Oxford . . ; 331 

The University of Oxford 336 

The Diocese of Oxford 336 



Index II — General Index of Persons, Places, Subjects, and Words 338 



FRONTISPIECE. 
View of Carfax, taken from Benjamin Cole's rare plan of Port 

Meadow, about a.d. 1720 To face title. 



ERRATA. 



[In addition to those noted in vol. i, p. xii, and vol. ii, p. xii.] 
In Vol. I. 

P. 193, line 7 from top of col. 2, for Dr. John (Fell's) read Dr. Samuel. 
P. 196, line 2 from foot of text, read 1461. 
P. 242, line 11 from foot of text, read 1 37^. 

P. 344, line 2 from foot of text, for Norham Gardens read the road between the 
Warden of Wadham's garden and the Parks on the east, and S.- John's garden and 
Keble College on the west. See iii. 221. 

P. 392, note, for Head read Arms. 

P. 520, note 3, for Godstow read Stodley. 

P. 548, line 4 from end of the verses, read animam. 

P. 585, line 1, for southwards read northwards. 

P. 602, col. 1, line 24 from top, for 1458 read 1468. 

In Vol. II. 

P. 18, line 7 from top, for John (Fox) read Richard. 

P. 32, middle,^?' (Aug.) 16 — read 16(76). 

P. 37, note 3, add the reference Twyne II, fol. 20. 

P. 115, line 4 from foot of text, for Robert (Weseham) read Roger. 

P. 144, line 12 of text, read circumcincta, and in note 4, read Mar-shall. 

P. 191, note 8, for 191 read 190. 

P. 202, note 2, read vitis. 

P. 242, note 9, read 1526-1536. 

P. 299, line 9 from top, for Richard I read Edward I. 

P. 302, line 9 from top, for prins. read Vim's, i.e. William Prynne's. 

P. 319, line 9 of text, for II read XI, and in note 5, read Bononiensis. 

P. 376, line 7 from foot of text, read Hop(ton's) Concordance of Years). 

P. 440, Hue 2, for 1261 read 361. 

P. 523, line 15, read Fitzherbert. 

In Vol. III. 

P. 378, under Edward Confessor 'Edwardus senior, i. 239' is placed in error. 
Edward, +925, son of Alfred, is meant. 



(CHAPTER XXXIII.) 



Of the Temporall Government of the City, with a Catalogue 

OF THE MaIORS, PROVOSTS, AND BaYLIVES. 

(Wood (see i. 38) intended writing for his city treatise a chapter 
under this heading. 

The first part of this design — a statement of the several city offices, 
with notes of their history and duties — Wood (so far as I have seen) 
never touched. An outline of what he had in his mind is furnished by 
the successive charters in Ogle's Royal Letters to Oxford (1892). 

(i) Charter of Henry I (whose existence is inferred from later 
documents) : Ogle, p, 2. 

(ii) Charter of Henry II : Ogle, p. 2. Recognizes the mayor of 
Oxford as joint-butler with the mayor of London at the Coronation : 
see Wood's Life and Times, i. 399; iii. 140, 301. 

(iii) Charter of 1 John : Ogle, p. 5. 

(iv) Charter of 1 3 Henry III : Ogle, p. 6. 

(v) Charter of 41 Henry III, 1257 : Ogle, p. 8. Allows the newly- 
elected mayor of Oxford to be admitted to office by the Barons of the 
Exchequer, in case of the king's absence from London. Formerly 
the mayor had to be admitted by the king personally. 

(vi) Charter of 3 James I, 1605 : Ogle, p. 228. This, for the first 
time, mentions the city officers, viz. the mayor, two bailiffs, four 
aldermen, eight 'assistants' (these, with the mayor and aldermen, 
forming ' the Thirteen '), and other lesser officers and servants, 
common-council-men, macebearers, etc. These officers, however, 
were ancient. Under date 12 14, Wood (MS. Wood D 7 (5)) notes 
that the ' ballivi ' have already taken their special place as ' servants 
to the provosts' (i.e. to the mayors): and under date 1255, he notes 
that ' four aldermen were appointed this year, whereas there were but 
two before: the number of thirteen magistrates was made up this 
year.' 

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1 J 'OOP'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



(vii) Charter of 36 Charles II, 1684: Ogle, p. 280. 

(viii) Charter of 4 James II, 1688: Ogle, p. 294. 

The history of the several civic offices thus remains an untouched 
work for the zeal of Oxford antiquarians. 



For the second part of this design Wood made considerable 
collections, now in MS. Wood D 7 (5), founded on similar collections 
by Brian Twyne, now in MS. Wood F 26 (O. C. 8502). In old 
documents the names of the mayor and bailiffs are attached as 
witnesses ; and from these a surprisingly complete list can be made 
out. Wood's list was never thoroughly revised by him, and in many 
years the entries are very doubtful, partly from errors caused by. 
confusing the regnal years of the second and third Edwards, partly 
from the documents naming persons sometimes by surname but at 
other times by trade or birthplace, and other such causes. I have 
tried to make as much as possible of it definite, and (with many 
doubtful places) accurate. My own notes from the archives of Lincoln 
College have supplied several corrections. 

This catalogue of mayors and bailiffs will be found in three 
sections : — 

A. An earlier part, where, from the absence of dates, chronological 
order is impossible. The frequent occurrence, however, of a mayor's 
name, with different bailiffs, suggests several years of office. 

B. Wood's attempt at arranging several of these entries in order 
of time. 

C. From 1260, when greater certainty is possible. 

Here again is a definite piece of work in Oxford antiquities, which 
requires to be done de novo, and for which the archives of the Colleges 
and the parish churches, as exploited by Twyne and Wood, afford 
abundant material. 

Perhaps as part of this same chapter, Wood made collections 
towards a history of the ' governing ; families of Oxford at the 
beginning of its municipal history, Kepeharmes, Burewalds, and 
others, who filled its offices, laid their bones in its churches, and 
endowed its chantries and religious houses. 

A fragment of these collections (' Index nominum/ Life and Times, 
iv. 241) has always formed part of the MS. of Wood's city treatise 
(Wood MS. F 2 9 A), and, therefore, may be supposed to have been 
placed there by himself. It is printed here, but will be found to be 
very rough.) 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 



(Catalogue of Mayors and Bailiffs 1 .) 

( A. The first portion of this catalogue is a number of uncertain, 
and roughly grouped, notices, mainly from undated documents.) 

(Tempore* Henrici /.) 

Anno 1122 or 1123: Turchillus, provost of Oxon, in the time of 
Roger (bishop of Sarum, 1102-1139): lib. S. Frid., p. 75. 

Anno 1 134 or thereabouts: Johannes Alius Radulphi, Leofwyne. 
le Wanter, praepositi Oxon. 

(Tempore regis Stephani.) , 
Anno 1 1 36 or thereabouts, two unnamed provosts: lib. magn 
S. Frid., p. 75. c These provosts, though nameless, yet they prove 
the succession.' 

1 136 : Willelmus de Cheneto, alderman of the gyld of merchants of 
Oxon, i.e. mayor: Twyne XXII 291, 340; Twyne IV 381. He 
was kinsman (as I think, uncle) to Robert de Chesney, bishop of 
Lincoln (1147-1166). Mentioned i. 71, 331, 403, 455. 

1 139 or thereabouts (or rather 1136): Willelmus de Querceio or 
Curseio, praeses Oxon. Willelmus de Chaymay, praeses Oxenfordiae, 
about the same time. Quaere, whether not Will, de Querceto, i. e. 
Cheneto : but these seem to be rather captaines or lieutenants or 
governors of Oxon in the warr between King Stephen and Empress 
Maud. 

114 1 : Robertus D'oilly, praeceptor civitatis Oxon. He died 1142. 
Him I take to be a martiall governour. 

1150(F) circ.: Reimundus, praepositus : V 367. 

(Tempore Henrici IT.) 

1 1 70 or thereabouts: William Wakeman, Henricus filius Segrimi, 
praepositi: V 367, 400, 496. 

ii7-(?): Laurence son of Harding, Henry son of Segrim, prae- 
positi Oxon. 

1 178 circ: John Kepeharme, Henry son of Segrim, 'aldermanni' 
Oxon. 

Circ. fin. Henr. II : John Kepeharme, Lambert filius Thoma (vel 
Thowi), ' aldermanni.' 

1 182 : Amfridus filius Ricardi, Lambertus (filius Thoui) cordwainer, 
'aldermen': V 369, 370, 374. 

1 From MS. Wood D 7 (5). Such 2 In i. 350, 'terra Axtildi, praetoris' 
aldermen as occur are mentioned in the is mentioned, but the document is per- 
notes. haps not authentic. 

B 2 



HOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



( Tempore Ricardi I.) 

noo cue: Willelmus et Henricus ' praetores ' : V 369, 370, 401. 

Circ. fin. Ric. I vol init. Johan. : V 171 : the following are mentioned 
as J i u posiii'— Petrus Alius Galfridi, Adam Ruffus, Thomas films 
Eiirici, Galfridus aurifaber, Owanus or Audoenus, Laurentius filius 
Wiardi. 

(Tempore regis Johannis.) 
. . . : Laurence Kepeharme, Thomas de Tadmortona, ' praetores ' 
Oxon, i.e. praepositi proculdubio : V 370, 562. 

. . . : Henricus filius Simeon, Laurence Kepeharme, praepositi : 

V 368, 539. 

. . . : Laurence Kepeharme, 1 alderman ' of Oxon ; Eilwyne le 
tumour, Walter Pylle, ballivi: Twyne XXIV 661 ; V525. Here the 
ballives seem to be different from provosts. 

. . . : Laurence Kepeharme, major Oxon, temp. reg. Joh. : V 
206 ; i. 576. 

. . . : Philip son of Robert, 1 praepositus ' temp. reg. Joh. : V p. 1 . 

John Pady, maior forte : Penticost, Henricus filius Edwyne, prae- 
positi : circ. fin. Joh. vel init. Hen. Ill : V 65, 508. 

Thomas filius Edwyne : Galfridus aurifaber, Thomas le espycer : 
A. W. 16 (see Wood's Life and Times, iv. 242). 

Thomas filius Edwyne, maior : Ricardus allutarius (vel cordwainer), 
William Crampe, praepositi: V 511, 544. 'I very seldome find any 
provost of Oxon when Thomas Edwyne was mayor, which makes me 
think that he was the first mayor : as see in a charter, before (probably) 
the institution of mayors, F 15, and in the next following Thomas 
Edwyne was maior : et vide V 489.' 

Thomas filius Edwyne, maior : Thomas filius Waited, Hugh Fain, 
praepositi. 

1 212 circ, or later: Thomas Edwin, maior: Radulphus Palmer, 
Ricardus Curteys, provosts : V 508. 

Thomas Edwyne, or Thomas filius Edwyni, maior : Philip molen- 
dinarius, Robert Oeni, Hugh Fain, Thomas filius Walteri, praepositi : 

V 206. 

Thomas Edwyne, maior: Will. Crampe (or Crompe), Thomas 
Wiard, praepositi: V 223. 

Thomas filius Edwyne, maior : John Balehorne, Roger Godeman, 
praepositi : Twyne XXII 266. 

Thomas filius Edwyni, maior : Hugh Falno, Philip Burgeis, prae- 
positi: A V pp. 3, 15. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 



Thomas filius Edwini, maior: Philippus molendinarius, Robertus 
filius Oeni, Petrus filius Toraldi, Thomas sub muro, Thomas 
vitriarius, praepositi : V 199 ; A V p. 3. 



John Pad}' 3 
John Pady 

John Pady 
John Pady 
Galfridus Stockwell 6 

Galfridus Stockwell 

Peter filius Toraldi 7 

Peter Torald 

Peter Torald 



(Tempore 1 Henrici III.) 

praepositi 2 . 

Penticost 4 

Henricus filius Thomae. 

Philippus molendinarius, Robertus 

Oeni, Hugh Falno, Thomas le 

granger 5 . 
Jordan Ruffus 
Petrus filius Toraldi. 
Thomas filius Walteri 
Robertus Wider : V 51 1. 
William de Winton, or le spycer 
William Peny ferthing, or filius Willel- 

mi. 

William le spycer, or de Winton 
William parmenter: Twyne XXIII 
578. 

Adam son of Walter (sub muro) 
Ailway (Ailwicus) the draper : V 510 ; 

see ii. 529. 
Laurence rufus 

Ailwic: V 378, 527; Twyne XXII 
266. 

Laurence Wyth (Wido, Wiard), Ma- 
ceus, Philippus molendinarius: V 
506. 



1 In i. 171 Ralph Peckwether is said 
to have been 'praetor,' i.e. mayor, in 
this reign. 

2 'Praepositi' is the title till circ. 
1265, when ' ballivi sive praepositi' is 
used for a year or two : ' ballivi ' after- 
wards. 

3 Wood conjecturally places Pady as 
<circ. 1228 or 1229.' See i. 77; ii. 
529- 

4 ' The same perhaps with Thomas 
Pascha, i.e. Passover : V 4.' 



5 V p. no. Wood suggests that 
e praepositi ' here may be ' the same that 
were afterwards called aldermen.' 

6 Wood places him 'circ. 1230, 1238': 
suggests that he is the same as ' Gal- 
fridus aurifaber': and refers to O 75, 
V 544 and Twyne XXIII 427. 

7 Wood dates him ' circ. 1 224-1232': 
he is here cited as ' Peter Torald,' Wood 
favouring that form. Mentioned i. 77, 
108, 187, 377. 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



maior. 

Peter Torald 

Peter Torald 
Peter Torald 
Peter Torald 

Peter Torald 

Peter Torald 
Peter Torald 

Peter Torald 

Peter Torald 

Peter Torald 

Peter Torald 
Peter Torald 



praepositi. 

Pentecost 

Henry son of Thomas : V 162, 
166. 

Philip le muner, Pentecost, Henricus 
filius Thomae: V 482. 

Waltems aurifaber 

Simon filius Benedicti: i. 65. 

Philip molendinarius \ Henricus filius 
Henrici, Galfridus de Stocwell, 
Thomas filius Walteri, Pentecost, 
Robert Bodyn, Ricardus filius 
Henrici, Willelmus clericus : V 
169. 

Henricus filius Simeon, Philip molend., 
Galfridus Stocwell, Willelmus de 
Eu, Nicholas Stocwell: V 216. 

Waltems aurifaber 

Adam sub muro. 

Laurence rufus 

Robertus Minhot (Mingot) : Twyne 
XXII 266. 

Henricus filius Henrici, Ricardus auri- 
faber, Thomas Crust (or de Sto 
Edwardo) : Twyne XXIII 419. 

Ricardus aurifaber 

Thomas Crust (vel de Sto Ed- 
wardo) : V 222, 534 ; Twyne XXIV 
660. 

Philippus molend., Laurentius filius 
Wydonis, Maceus (Mace, Mazey) : 
V 529. 

Peter son of Henry 

William clericus: V 119; A V 6. 

Laurence Wyth 

Hugh Fane (Faune): V 529 ; F 62. 
Ralph Halegod 2 , Laurence Halegod, 
Andrew Halegod, Ricardus molen- 



1 Wood accounts for the number of 2 Wood guesses these may include 
names by supposing that ' praepositi ' is 6 aldermen.' 
made to include ' aldermen or assistants.' 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 



Nicholas de Stocwell : ii. 416. 

Laurence Wyth 2 
Laurence Wyth 
Adam Feteplace 3 

Adam Feteplace 

Adam Feteplace 
Adam Feteplace 
Adam Feteplace 
Adam Feteplace 
Adam Feteplace 

Adam Feteplace 

Adam Feteplace 



praepositi. 
dinarius, Pentecost, Thomas sub 
muro, Thomas le verrer : V 166. 
Robertus Alius Henrici, Richard le 
curteis, Thomas Feteplace, Hugh 
Faune, Thomas le graunger : V 
167. 

John de Coleshull 

Galfridus le mercer. 

John de Coleshull 

Galfridus de Hengesey : V 507. 

Adam sub muro, vel filius Walteri 

John Curcy. 

Galfridus aurifaber 

Willelmus tinctor. 

Nicholas de Kingston 

John de Coleshull : V 498, 505 ; see 

ii. 529. 
Galfridus Hengsey 

Ricardus {alibi Robertus) molendi- 

narius. 
Jeffrey Henxsey 
John Pady: F 79. 
John Coleshull 
John Pady. 
John Coleshull 

Richard le saucer: V 173, 521. 
Nicholas de Kingston 
John Curcy : V 193. 
Adam sub muro 

Robert alutarius, or cordwainer : V 

205, 555. 
Galfridus de Hengestesey 
Galfridus aurifaber : V 502 ; A V 

Adam filius Walteri 
John Curcy. 



1 'Nicholas Haured, then vicecomes 'circ. 1253.' See i. 317; *i« 5 2 9 ('de 
(i.e. sheriff) Oxon.' Wight'). 

2 ' or Gwyth, or Gwydo, or Wydo ' : 3 Mentioned i. 68, 73, 317, 459, 523. 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



( Tempore Edwardi I.) 
maior. praepositi. 

Nicholas Kingston 1 Galfridus aurifaber 

John de Eu: V 15, 76, 195; A V 2; 
Twync XXIII 176, 430. 
Nicholas Kingston Nicholas aurifaber, or le orfeur 

Thomas Sowy: V 14, 505. 
Nicholas Kingston Nicholas aurifaber 

Henry Gamage : Twyne XXIV 237. 
Nicholas de Kyngestone Nicholas Coleshull 

John Sewy : V 2 ; Twyne XXIV 237. 
Nicholas Kingston William le espycer 

John de O, or Eu : Twyne XXIV 238. 
Nicholas Kingston William de O 

John Pady. 

Nicholas Kingston Andrew de Durham 

John de Ow : V 494. 

(B. The second part of the catalogue is an attempt by Wood to 
put the earlier notices of mayors and bailiffs into order of time. No 
date in it should be accepted without further evidence. Many a docu- 
ment which gives a definite date is only a monkish forgery.) 

Year. 

1 2 1 3 : Philippus molendinarius or ' le muner ' was mayor at Michaelmas, 
because he occurs mayor in July or August 12 14, in libro 
Conflictuum (Twyne V) p. 16; Twyne XVII 279, 352, 355. 

1224 or circ. : Thomas Alius Edwyni, maior: Philip le muner, Robert 

Oen, John Pady, Benedict Kepeharme, William Crumpe, 
Thomas Wiard, praepositi : A V 15. 

Year. maior. praepositi. 

1225 or circ. Thomas Alius Edwyne Philip le muner, Robert Oen, 

Benedict Kepeharme, Thomas 
Wiard, Petrus Alius Toraldi, 
Galfridus de Stockwell. 

1227 John Pady Robertus Oweni, Philip, molendin., 

Petrus Alius Toraldi, Jordan 
rufus : inter muniment. Osney. 

1228 John Pady ' . . . ... 



3 Mentioned i. 100. 



CHAP. XXXIII. 

Year. tnaior. 
1229 John Pady 



1232 Peter Torald : V 391, 510, 

545- 

1233 Peter Torald: i. 187. 

1235 Peter Torald 

1236 Peter Torald 

1237 ? Galfridus de Stockwell 1 

1238 ? Galfridus de Stockwell 



1239 Galfridus (filius Ricardi) de 

Stockwell 

1240 Petrus filius Toraldi 



1 241 or circ. Laurence Wyth 

1242 Laurence Wyth, or rather 

John Pady 

1243 Peter Torald 3 

1244 Peter Torald 

1245 Adam Feteplace 

• 1246 Nicholas (frater Galfridi) de 
Stockwell 



1 Mentioned i. 217, 218, 365, 366. 

2 'Leg,' apparently, in the mention 
of them, ii. 529. 

3 'Peter Torald died circa vel post 



TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 9 

praepositi. 
Philip, molendin., Robert Oen, 
Henricus filius Henrici, Pente- 
cost, Henricus filius Thomae : 
' acta sunt haec die exaltacionis 
S.Crucisanno 1230,' i.e. Sept. 14. 

Laurentius filius Wydonis 
Maceus : V 503, 506. 

Laurence log. 2 

John Pylle: V 24, 194, 502. 
William de Winton 
Willelmus filius Willelmi, or Peny 
Verthing : O 75 ; A V 9 ; V 
221, 544. 
John Sewy 
Hugh Harding. 

Adam (filius Walteri) sub muro 
Robertus Bonuallet, cordwaner: 
O 32. 

Adam sub (or juxta) muro 
John de Kurci: V 4, 526. 
Hugh Falne 

Thomas Granger: V 2, no. 
Hugh le Fane 
Adam Cruste. 
Laurence Wyth 

Hugh Fane: V 520, 526, 560. 
Nicholas Kingston 
John de Coleshull: V 164, 502. 
William le seynter 
Galfridus aurifaber, or Galfridus 
filius Galfridi: V 196, 489; 
F 44, 45, 67. 

Hok day, 1257.' Hock day is the 
second Tuesday after Easter, and in 1257 
would be Tuesday, April 1 7. 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



War. mat or. 


praepositi. 


1247 Thomas filius Waited sub 


Hugh the cordwayner 


muro 


Alfred the spycerer : V 59, 514; 




Twyne XXIII 415, 418. 


1248 Nicholas de Stockwell 


Henry Perle 




Thomas le spycer: F 67 ; V 18, 




171, 507. 


1249 Gwydo (Wydo) filius Roberti 


Galfridus aurifaber 




Thomas le spycer: V 23, 174. 


1250 Thomas filius Waited sub 


John de Coleshull 


muro 


Galfridus de Hengesey: Twyne 




XXIII 85, 109, 487. 


1 251 or circ. Adam Feteplace 


Galfridus de Henxeye 




John de Coleshull. 


1252 or circ. Adam Feteplace 


Nicholas de Kingston 




John Curcy. 


1253 Adam Feteplace 


Galfridus aurifaber 




Henry Perle. 


1254 . . . 




1255 Adam Feteplace 


Galfridus Hengsey 




Robert {alibi Richard) le muner. 


1256 Adam Feteplace 


Galfridus Henxsey 




Thomas le espycer. 


1257 . . . 




1258 ? William le saucer 


Henry Perle 




John Pady. 


1259 Adam Feteplace 


Galfridus Henxsey 




John Pady. 



(C. From about this period the dates begin to be more certain, and 
the mayors and bailiffs of the city can be presented in something like 
true sequence of time. The entries for a year here and there are still 
uncertain. The year of office, in each case, begins on Sept. 30 in the- 
year given.) 

Year. viaior. ballivi. 

1260 Adam Feteplace. Galfridus 1 aurifaber 

Ricardus 2 filius Nicholai. 

1 26 1 Adam Feteplace Galfridus Henxsey 

, William le espycer 3 , the younger. 

1 Perhaps the same as 'Galfridus molendinarius.' 

Hengsey.' 3 ' Willelmus juveriis, speeiarius.' 

2 Perhaps the same as ' Ricardus 



CHAR XXXIII TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 



ear. maior. 

1 6 a Nicholas Kingston, a vintner 

263 Nicholas de Kyngston 

264 Nicholas de Stockwell 

265 Nicholas de Stockwell 

266 Adam Feteplace 

267 Adam Feteplace 

268 Nicholas de Kingeston 

269 John de Coleshulle : ii. 447 

270 Nicholas de Kingston 

271 Nicholas de Kingston 

272 Nicholas de Kingston 

273 Henry Owayn 

274 Nicholas de Kingston 

275 Nicholas de Kyngeston 

276 Nicholas de Kingston 

277 Nicholas de Kingston 

278 Henry Owayn 
279. ? Henry Owayne 

280 Henry Owayne 

281 Nicholas de Kingston 



ballivi. 
William le espycer 
Galfridus Henxsey. 
William de Ew, or espycer 
John Pady. 
William de Ew 
Galfridus le mercer. 
John de Coleshull 
Galfridus le mercer. 
John Coleshull 
Ricardus filius Nicolai. 
John de Coleshull 
Philip de O, or Ew. 
Henry Oweyn 
John de O, or Ew. 
Galfridus aurifaber (orfeur) 
Philip de Ew. 
John Culverd 
Helias le Quilter. 
Henry Oweyne 
Helias le Quilter. 
Henry Oweyne 
Elias le Quilter. 
Elias le Quilter 
Nicholas aurifaber. 
Galfridus aurifaber 
John de Ew. 

JefTry the goldsmith (orfeur) 
Nicholas de Coleshulle. 
Nicholas aurifaber 
Elias le Quilter. 
Elias le Quilter 
Nicholas aurifaber. . 
Elias le Quilter 
Philip de Eu. 

Elias le Quilter 
Nicholas aurifaber. 
Thomas Sowy 
Radulph le plommen 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



)<\ir. motor, 

1282 Nicholas de Kingston 

1 283 Nicholas do Kingston 

1284 Nicholas de Kingston 1 

1 285 John Culverd 

1286 Philip de O 

1287 John de Dokelyngtone 

1288 William, apothecary 

1289 Nicholas, aurifaber 

1290 John de Eu 

1 291 2 John Culverd 3 

1292 Henry Oweyn, vintner 

1 293 John Culverd 

1294 Thomas de Sowy 

1295 Philip de Eu 

1296 Philip de Eu 

1297 Andrew de Pyrye : i. 74. 

1298 Robert de Wormenhale : ii. 

103. 

1 Wood conjectures that he may have 
died in his year of office, and been 
succeeded by John Culverd. 

2 In ii. 264 Henry Owen is given as 



ballivi. 

Philip de O 
Thomas de Sowy. 
Andrew de Derham (Durham) 
Philip de O, or Ew. 
John Culverd 
Thomas Sowy. 
Nicholas le orfeure 
Thomas de Sowy. 
Radulph le plummer 
Henry Gamage, vintner. 
Andrew de Wormenhale 
John de Gunnewardby. 
Thomas Sowy 
Andrew de Pyrie. 
Thomas Sowy 
Richard le espycer. 
William de Wodeston 
Robert de Wormenhale. 
William de Wottesdon 
Andrew Culverd, or de Pyrie. 
Thomas de Sowy 
John Wyth. 
Andrew de Pyrie 
John Wyth. 

Radulph Culverd, or le mercer, 

or de Stokes 
Thomas de Hencsye. 
Thomas Henxsey 
Radulph de Stokes, mercer. 
Andrew de Pyrie 
John de Coleshull. 
John de Coleshull 
Thomas de Henxeye. 
Christopher de Oxon, or Christo- 

pherus filius Benedicti 
Philip de Wormenhale. 

maior ; with William de Wodeston, 
Andrew Culverd, ballivi. 

3 John Culverd is mentioned in i. 59, 
as an alderman. 



CHAP, XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 13 



\\ir. maior. 

299 Philip de Eu, or Ho 

300 John de Eu 

301 Thomas de Sowy 

302 Thomas de Sowy 

303 Thomas de Sowy 1 

304 John de Eu 

305 Richard le espycer 

306 John de Dokelynton, fish- 

monger: ii. 37. 

1307 John de Dokelynton 

1308 John de Dokelynton 

1309 John de Dokelynton 

1310 Philip de Wormenhale 

131 1 William Burchestre, or Be- 

rencestre 

13 1 2 William de Burchestre 

1313 William de Burchestre 

1 314 William de Burncestre 

1 3 1 5 J onn de Dokelinton 

1 Perhaps died in his year of office and 



ballivi. 
Andrew Culverd 
John le orfeur. 
John Wyth 
Richard le espycer. 
Radulph de Stokes, le mercer 
William de Hedington. 
John de Dokelyngton 
John de Beverly. 
Hugh Cary 

William de Berencestre, or Bur- 
chestre. 

William de Berencestre, or Burn- 
cestre 

Richard de Waleden, clericus. 

Richard de Waleden 

Henry de Lynne. 

Walter de Wycombe 

William Pennard, or de Pen- 
narth. 

William de Burncestre 

John Hampton. 

Robert de Watlington 

Ralph de Hampton. 

William de Berencestre, alias de 
Bourgh, de Burgo, alias le 
katour, chatur, or achatour 

Richard de Berkele. 

Henry de Lenne 

William de Pennarth. 

John de Hampton 

Richard de Berkele. 

Henry de Lenne 

Gilbert de Grenstede. 

Richard Cary 

Roger Mymekan, or Mimkan. 
Richard Cary 
John de Bischopeston. 
Robert de Watlington 
John Kylward, or Culvert, 
ras succeeded by Robert de Wormenhale. 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



)V.i>. maior, 

i 3 1 6 fohn de Dokclington 

1,-517 William dc Burncestre 

1 318 Henry dc Lynne 

1 319 John Hampton: i. 95, 123. 

1320 John Hampton 1 

1 32 1 John de Dokelington 

1322 John de Hampton 

1323 Robert de Watlington 

1324 John Dokelington 

1325 William Burchestre 

1326 John de Dokelynton 
1327 2 Andrew de Wormenhale 

1328 Richard Cary : ii. 83, 107, 

490. 

1329 William de Burchestre 

1330 William de Burchestre 

1 33 1 William de Berchestre 

1332 Richard Cary 

1333 William de Byrcestre 

1 See Ogle's Royal Letters to Oxford, 
p. 27. 

2 1327: John Docklyngton, William 



ballivi. 

Andrew de Wormenhale 
John de Per shore. 
Richard Cary 
Gilbert de Grenstede. 
Philip de Eu 
Richard de Ethrop. 
Roger Mimekan. 
Henry de Edrop. 
Robert de la Bache, or atte Bache 
Thomas de Alleston, or Alston. 
Andrew de Wormenhale 
John Gonewardby. 
John Culvert 
Stephen Adynton. 
Robert de la Bache 
Simon de Gloucestre. 
John de Bishopston 
Andrew de Wormenhale. 
Stephen Adington 
John Loughtburg, or le Nor- 
ther ne. 

Thomas de Aleston, or Alveston 

Henry de Edrop: i. 146. 

Thomas de Bybury 

William Wyth, or de Abyndon. 

John de Falele, or Falleye 

Walter e deyer, or de Farendon. 

Peter de Eu 

Henry de Stodley. 

Henry de Stodlegh 

John de Gunwardby. 

Stephen de Adinton 

Simon de Gloucestre. 

Henry de Stodle' 

John Blundel. 

Stephen de Adyngton 

John Blundel. 

Burchestre, Richard Cary, Philip de O, 
are aldermen. 



CHAP, XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 15 



Ytar. maior. ballivi. 



1 3 3 \ William Burchcstre 


Henry de Stodeley 




Walter de Farendon. 


1 335 Richard Cary 


Walter de Farndon, or le dyer 




John de Brehull. 


1336 Simon de Gloucestre 


John de Norton 




Adam le long, or de Tersshagh. 


1337 1 Henry Stodleigh 


Richard de Selewode 




John Peggy. 


1338 Stephen de Adynton : i. 70, 


John de Norton 


227. 


John de Alleston. 


1339 William de Burchestre 


Richard Selewode 




John de Aleston. 


1340 Andrew de Wormenhale 


John Fitz-perys 




William le Irmonger. 


1 34 1 Richard Cary 


John de Norton 




John Peggy. 


1342 Richard Cary 


John de Brehull 




John de Bereford. 


1343 Richard Cary 


John de Bedeford 




John de Brehull. 


1344 2 Henry de Stodle' 


John de Brehyll 




John Enesham. 


1345 Richard Cary 


Adam le long, or de Tershaw 




Alan atte Knaphall. 


1346 Richard de Selewode 


Adam le long, or de Tershaw 




John Trewlove. 


1347 s Richard de Selewode 


John de Alleston 




John Peggy *. 


1348 5 John de Bereford 6 


John de Bedeford 




William de Saumford. 


1 349 7 John de Bereford: ii. 109, 


John de Stodeley 


333> 462, 463. 


Nicholas Gerland. 



1 1337: William deBurcestre, Richard 4 In i. 411, John Peggy, 'maior,' 
Cary, Andrew de Wormenhale, Stephen should be ' bailiff.' 

de Adynton are aldermen. 5 1348: the barbers were incorporated 

2 1344: Richard Cary, Simon de into a gild this year. 

Gloucestre, Richard de Selewode, and 6 In some entries of this year Richard 

... ... are aldermen. Cary is given as mayor. 

3 1347: Richard Cary, John Fallie, 7 1349: John de Fallegh, John de 
John Porton (? Norton), and John Bere- Bedeford are aldermen. 

ford are aldermen. 



I ft 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



1 'car. viaior. 

1350 John do Hereford 

1351 John de Hereford 

1352 1 John de Sta Frideswida: 

37, 38. 

1353 John de Stodle" : i. 78; ii. 

110. 

1354 John de Bereford 

John de Sta Frideswida 2 

1355 John de Sta Frideswida 

1356 John de Sta Frideswida 

1357 John de Stodely 

1358 John de Stodly 

1359 John de Stodle 

1360 John de Stodleigh 

1 36 1 John de Stodlee 

1362 Richard de Wodehay 

1363 Richard Wodhay 

L J 352 : John de Bereford, John de 
Bedford, John de Stodlee, Robert 
Mancel are aldermen. 



ballivi. 
John de Olneye 
John de S. Frideswida. 
Richard le eouke 
Thomas de Apleton. 
Thomas de Apleton 
William de Fencote (or Feucot), 

dyer (dyghere). 
Roger de Lodelowe 
Peter le paynter. 
John Norton 

Robert Lardiner, or de Cud- 
lington. 

William de Saundford, or le 

espycer, or le long 
Hugh de Yftele' (Yeftelegh). 
William de Saundford, or le 

espycer 
Hugh de Yiftele\ 

William le Northerne, or de 

Lughteburgh 
Nicholas de Forsthull. 
Robert de Croyden 
Gilbert Attewode. 
Robert de Halfhunte 
John Crouke. 
John de Hertwell 
Richard Wodehay. 
John Denham {alibi Benham : i. 

562) 

John de Dadynton. 
William Hunt, or le Hunt 
William skynnere, or Burga- 

venny. 
John de Wyndesore 
Thomas de Couele. 
Richard de Salesbury 
John de Coventre, 

2 May 8, 29 Edw. Ill, 1355, by king's 
mandate a new mayor and bailiffs were 
chosen. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 17 



Yiiir. maior. 

1364 Richard de Wodehay 

J 3 6 5 John de Stodlee 

or John de Stodley 

1366 Richard de Wodhay 

1 367 1 John de Hertwell (Hartwell) 

1368 John de Stodle 

1369 William le Northerne 
1 3 70 2 William Codeshale 

137 1 William de Codeshale 

1372 John de Hertwell 

1373 William de Codeshale 
J 374 . William de Codeshale 
1375 3 William de Codeshale 



1376 William le Northern 

1377 4 John Gybbes 

1378 5 John Gybbes 



1 1367 : John de Stodley, Richard de 
Wodehay, John de Benham, William le 
Northerne, aldermen. 

2 1370: John de Stodley, John de 
Hertwell, William le Northerne, John 
Gibbes, aldermen. 

3 1375 : William le Northerne, John 
Gybbes, John de Wyndesore, Richard 

VOL. III. 



ballivi. 
William de Codeshale 
Jeffry de Lodewell, or le taylor. 
William Hunt 
Thomas le latoner. 
John Gybbes 
John Hampton. 
John Dadynton 
Jeffrey Bruell (i.e. de Brehull). 
John de Norton 
John Gibbes. 
John Gibbes 
John Somerford. 
John de Wyndsore 
John Somerford. 
Jeffry de Lodewell 
William Dagvyll. 
Nicholas de Heightesbury 
Walter Torre {alibi Towe). 
Richard de Salesbury 
Walter Torre (Towe). 
William de Bergeveney 
Richard mercer, or de Garston. 
Richard Garston, or mercer 
Jeffry de Brehull. 
Roger Chichester 
Nicholas de Saundresdon, or le 

espycer. 
Thomas Somerset 
John Bokyngham. 
Thomas Sumerset 
John Shaw. 
John Hickes, or baker 
Richard de Adynton. 

de Garston, aldermen. 

1 1377 : William de Codeshale, 
William le Northerne, John de Wind- 
sore, Richard le mercer, aldermen. 

5 1378 : William le Northerne, 
William Codeshall, John de Windsore, 
Richard de Garston (le mercer), alder- 
men. 



,8 J i' GOD'S CUT 

) far, motor, 

i 379 William Codeshale 

1380" William Dagvyle 

1 38 1 Richard mercer 

1382 8 Richard mercer, or de 

Garston 
l 3$3 J onn Gybbes: i. 380. 

1384 4 John Gybbes 

1 385 5 William Dagvyle: i. 125. 

1386 Richard Garston 

1387 Richard mercer, i.e. de 

Garston 

1388 6 Richard mercer 

1389 7 William Dagvyle 

1390 8 Richard mercer 

1 3 9 1 Richard mercer alias Gars- 
ton 

1392 9 Thomas Somerset 

1 Thomas Lardener died 1381, 'die 
Jovis proximo post festum S. Ambrosii,' 
i.e. Apr. 18. 

2 1380: William Northern, William 
Codeshale, John Gybbes (i.e. de Wind- 
sore ?), Richard de Garston, are alder- 
men. 

5 1382 : William Northern, William 
Codeshale, John Gybbes, William Dag- 
vyle, are alderman. 

4 1384 : William Codeshale, Richard, 
Garston, Wil Ham Dagvyle, John Hickes, 
are aldermen. 

3 1385: William Codeshale, John 



OF OXFORD. 

ballivi. 
Thomas Baret 
Thomas Lardener \ 
Adam de la Ryver 
Walter Wycombe. 
Adam de la Ryver 
John Hykkes. 
Henry Tewe 

John skynner, or de Ocle. 
Thomas Baret 

Peter cocus, or de Welyngton. 

Thomas Baret 

Peter de Welyngton. 

Alan lekenesfeld 

Edmund Kenian. 

Thomas Hokyn (Howkyn) 

William Iremonger. 

John Berford 

Walter Bowne. 

Bartholomew tanner, i.e. Bisschop 

John Forster. 

Edmund Kenyan 

John skynner, or de Okeley. 

John Forster 

Thomas de Forsthull. 

John Merston 

Richard Grayn (? Brayn) alias 

dyer. 
John Northwode 
William Palmer. 

Gybbes, Richard Garston, John Hickes, 
are aldermen. 

6 1388: William Dagvyle, John 
Hykkes, Thomas Somerset, Nicholas 
spycer, aldermen. 

7 1389: Richard Garston, John 
Hickes, Nicholas Saundresdon, Thomas 
Somerset, aldermen. 

8 1390: William Dagvyle, Nicholas 
spycer alias Saundresdon, John Hickes, 
Thomas Somerset, aldermen. 

9 1392 : William Dagvyle, Richard 
de Garston, aldermen. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 19 



Year. 


maior. 


ballivi. 


1393 1 


Richard mercer alias Gars- 


John Lodelow 




ton 


Walter Benham. 


*394 


William Dagvyle 


John Otteworth 






John Spront. 


1395 


John Schawe 


John Otteworth 






Richard atte Celer (seler). 


1396 2 


Richard Garston 


John spycer 






John Burbryge. 


1397 s 


Walter Bowne 


Michael Salesbury 






William couk. 


139S 4 


Walter Bowne 


William Ryvell (Revell) 






John MarchalL 


1399 ? 


Richard de Garston 


William Ryvell 






John Banbury. 


1400 


John Merston : i. 76. 


Walter Daundesey 






Richard Brian, or Brayn, alias 






dyer (dygher). 


1401 6 


Edmund Kenyan 


John Malton 






William Wyndel. 


1402 7 


John Sprunt 


W T alter Daundsey 






Thomas Coventre. 


1403 


John Merston 


Walter Daundsey 






Thomas Coventre. 


1404 ' 


Edmund Kenyan 


William Offord 






William Brampton. 


1405 


John Sprunt 


John Brompton 






John Gybbys. 


1406 s 


John Spront 


John Ludlow 






John spycer. 



1 1393 : William Dagvyle, Thomas 
Somerset, Walter Bowne, John Shaw, 
aldermen. 

2 1396: William Dagvyle, Walter 
Bowne, John Shaw, John Hykkys, 
aldermen. 

3 1397 : William Daggevill, Richard 
Garston, John Shaw, John Hykkys, 
aldermen. 

4 1398 : aldermen the same. 

5 1399: Walter Bowne, John Shaw, 

C 



John Merston, Edmund Kenyan, alder- 
men. 

6 1401 : Richard de Garston, John 
Schawe, John Merston, John Sprunt. 
aldermen. 

7 1402 : Richard de Garston, John 
Shawe, Edmund de Kenyan, John Mers- 
ton, aldermen. 

8 1406: Richard Garston, John Mers- 
ton, Edmund de Kenyan, Walter 
Daundsey, aldermen. 

2 



JO 



H OOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Year, maior. 
i 407 1 John Sprunt 

1 40S John Sprunt 

1409 Walter Daundsey 

1410- Walter Daundsey 3 

1 4 1 1 Richard Garston 4 
John Merston 

1 4 1 2 5 Edmund Kenyan 

1 41 3 John Gibbys 
1 4 14 6 John Gybbes 
1 41 5 7 John Gybbes 

1 41 6 Walter Daundsey 

1 4 1 7 Walter Daundsey 

1 418 8 Walter Daundsey : i. 312. 

1 41 9 9 Thomas Coventre : i. 76, 

301. 

1420 William Brampton 



ballivi. 
John Bailly 
John Bunting. 
John Shaw 
Richard Moldeworth. 
William Godeman 
Walter Colet. 
William Offord 
Thomas Gibbys. 
John Gibbys 

William Godeman (Goodman). 
Adam de la Ryver 
Thomas draper. 

William Beroughdon, or Beraldon 

Hugh Hayton. 

William Offord 

Thomas draper. 

Richard Moldeworth 

Walter Colet. 

William Huchons, or goldsmyth 

John North. 

William Herberfeild 

John atte Wode. 

William Herberfeild 

John atte Wode. 

John Bradmere 

John Quarram. 

John Shakell 

Henry Gedyndon. 



1 1407 : Thomas Coventre, William 
Herberfield, William Offord, Thomas 
Dagvyll, aldermen. 

2 1410: Richard Garston, John Mers- 
ton, Edmund Kenyan, John Sprunt, 
aldermen. 

3 In some documents Edmund Ken- 
yan seems to be mayor in part of this 
year. 

* Richard Garston died in Jan. 141 1, 
and John Merston served the rest of 
the year, by command of the king's 
letters. 

5 141 2 : John Merston, John Sprunt, 



Walter Daundsey, John Gibbys, alder- 
men. 

6 141 4 : John Merston, John Sprunt,' 
Walter Daundsey, Thomas Gybbes, 
aldermen. 

7 1415: John Sprunt, Walter Daund- 
sey, William Brampton (or Brompton), 
Thomas Gybbes, aldermen. 

8 1418 : John Sprunt, Thomas Gybbs, 
William Brompton, Thomas Coventry, 
aldermen. 

9 1 41 9 : Walter Daundsey, Thomas 
Gybbs, William Brompton, William 
Offord, aldermen. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 21 



3 csr. maior. 

1 42 1 1 William Brampton 

1422 William Brampton 

1 423 : Walter Daundsey 

1424 ? William Offord 

1425 William Brampton 

1426 William Offord 

1427 4 Thomas Coventre 

1 428 5 Thomas Coventre 

1429 Thomas Coventre 

1430 William Brampton 
1 4 3 1 William Brampton 6 
1432" William Herberfeild 

1433 William Herberfeild 

1434 Thomas Daggevyle 

1435 8 - 

1 142 1 : W alter Daundsey, Thomas 
Gybbes, Thomas Coventre, William 
Offord, aldermen. 

2 1423 : Thomas Gybbes, William 
Brampton, Thomas Coventre, "William 
Offord, aldermen. 

3 1424 : Walter Daundsey, Thomas 
Gibbes, William Brampton, Thomas 
Coventre, aldermen. 

4 1427 : Thomas Gybbes, William 
Brampton, William Offord, John Shaw, 
aldermen. 

5 142 S : William Brampton, William 



ballivi. 

Thomas Wvlde, alias goldsmith 

Robert Stratford. 

Thomas goldsmith 

Thomas Swan. 

Thomas Swan 

Richard Wythygge. 

William Aston 

Thomas Somerset. 

John Quarrame 

John Legh (Lye). 

William Herberfeild 

John Whatte (Wheatley). 

Thomas Dagvyll 

John Michell. 

William Franckleyn 

John Walker. 

John Walker (Waller), brewer 
William Franklyn, fisherman. 
John Walker 
William Fraunklyn. 
Michael Salesbury 
John North. 
John Estbury 

John Michel (? alias skynner). 
John Haberger 
John Barton. 
John Quarrame 
John Wilmote. 



Offord, John Shaw, William Herber- 
field, aldermen. 

6 In some records Thomas Coventre 
seems to be mayor this year, or part of 
it. William Brampton was a bene- 
factor to the city: Twyne XXIII 185, 
Twyne XXIV 127. 

7 I432 : William Brampton, Thomas 
Coventre, Thomas Dagvyle, John North, 
aldermen. 

s No document has been found, ap- 
parently, with tht officers of this year. 
William Brampton, Thomas Coventre, 



Jl'OOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



) <u> . motor* 

1 436 1 William Brampton 

1 \ \i 1 John North 

1 138 John North 

1439 William Brampton 

1 440 Thomas Baylley 5 

1 44 1 Thomas Bay lly 

1 442 4 Thomas Baylly 

1 443 5 Thomas Dagvyle 6 
1 444 7 Robert Walford 

1445 Robert Walford 

1446 John North 

1447 8 Richard Spragot 

1448 9 Richard Spragot 1 ® 

William Herberfield, John North, seem 
to be aldermen this year. Thomas 
Dagvyle, therefore, may have been 
mayor. 

1 1436 : Thomas Coventre, William 
Herberfield, Thomas Dagvyle, John 
North, aldermen. 

2 1437 : William Brampton, Thomas 
Coventre, Thomas Dagvyle, William 
Herberfeld, aldermen. 

3 Thomas Baylly was mayor four 
times, and was a benefactor to the city : 
Twyne XXIII 185. 

4 1442 : Thomas Dagvyle, Robert 
Tretherf, John North, and , alder- 
men. 

5 1443 : John North, Robert Wal- 
ford, Thomas Wythygge, and ... 



ballivi. 

Robert Tretherf (Trethorpe) 

Robert Walford, alias sadeler. 

Thomas Baylly 

John Waryn (Warren). 

Robert Tretherf 

John Blakthorne. 

John Lye 

Thomas Wythygge. 

Robert sadiler, alias Walford 

Richard Spragot. 

Richard Felde 

Robert atte Wode. 

Roger Folkus (Faux) 

Thomas Pippard. 

Thomas Hall 

John Bristow. 

John dyere, alias Hide 

William Hans. 

John Clerk 

Henry Philipps. 

John Barton 

Thomas Wymond. 

John Barton 

Thomas Wymond. 

John Fitzalan 

Oliver Urry. 

aldermen. 

6 Thomas Baylly was perhaps mayor 
for the first part of the year : see Ogle's 
Royal Letters to Oxford, p. 103. 

7 1444 : Thomas Dagvyle, John 
North, Thomas Wythygge, Richard. 
Spragot, aldermen. Thomas Wythygge 
is mentioned, i. 614 ('Withyppe,' in 
error) ; ii. 84. 

8 1447 : Thomas Dagfield (i. e. Dag- 
vyle), John North, Robert Walford, 
Thomas Wythig, aldermen. 

9 In Twyne IV 336 is an order of 
this year about the election of alder- 
men. 

10 He witnesses the will of Thomas 
Ekyns, freemason of Oxon., in reg. 
Univ. Aaa p. 73 a, 29 Sept. 1449. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 



2 3 



Year. tnaior. 

1449 John Fitzalan 

1 450 1 John Fitzalan 
1451 2 Richard Spragot 

1452 Richard Spragot 

1453 Robert Attewode 

1454 4 Robert Attwode 

1455 Robert Attewode 

1456 Robert Attewode 

1457 Robert Attewode 

1458 Robert Attewode 

1459 6 John Clerk 7 

1460 John Clerk 

1 46 1 Richard Spragot 



ballivi. 
Thomas Tanfeld 
John Swetlove (Swetelofe). 
John Ash bury 
John Cleve [alibi OlyfTe). 
Thomas Barton 3 (Berton) 
John Dolle. 
John Swetlow 
William Newman : ii. 511. 
John Dobbes 
George Skydmor. 
John Dobbys 
George Skydmore. 
John Bosworth 
William White. 
John Lowe 
William Couper. 
Stokes 5 

Thomas Havyle 
John Smith. 
John Dudley 
John Seman. 

Richard Bramwych {alibi Brown- 
with) 

Thomas Scherman {alibi Shew- 

man). 
William Blakeborn 
John Hounche. 



1 1450: Robert Walford, Thomas 
Wythygge, Richard Spragot, Robert atte 
Wode, aldermen. 

2 145 1 : Robert Sadeler, Thomas 

Wytheke, Robert Atwode, and , 

aldermen. 

3 ' These bay lives gave a sylver mace 
to the citty for the serjeaunt to beare, 
wheras before there was but one mace ' ; 
Tvvyne XXIII p. 186. 

1 1454 : Thomas Withigg, Richard 
Spragott, John Clark, John Swetlove, 
aldermen. John Clark is mentioned, 



i. 300 ; ii. 39. 

5 £ Bayliffe . . . Stokes, anno 1458, 
27 June, was imprisoned by Thomas 
Chaundler, chancellor of the University, 
for imprisoninge of a scholler, etc. : 
much adoe about that matter in reg. 
Univ. Aa p. 112a': Twyne. 

6 1459 : Richard Spragot, Robert 
(atte) Wode, William Dagfeild, John 
Dobbys, aldermen. 

7 ' John Clerke was 7 times mayor 
of this towne and a benefactor there- 
unto ' ; Twyne XXIII 186. 



24 WOOD'S CITY 

Year. maior. 
146a 1 Richard Spragot 



146 ; - John Clerke 
[464 Richard Spragot 

1 465 3 William Dagvyle 

1466 William Dagvylle 



1467 William Dagvyle 

1468 4 John Clerk 
1469 5 John Dobbes 

1470 William Dagvyle 

1 47 1 Richard Spragot 

1472 William Dagvyle 

1473 6 Richard Spragot 

1474 William Dagvyle 

1475 John Clerke 

1476 7 John Seman 

1 1462 : John Clerke, William Dag- 
vyle, John Dobbes, Thomas Fowler, 
aldermen. 

2 1463 : Richard Spragot, William 
Dagvyle, John Dobbys, John Seman, 
aldermen. 

3 1465: Richard Spragot, John Clerk, 
John Dobbys, John Seman, aldermen ; 
and so in 1467. 

i 1468 : Richard Spragot, William 



OF OXFORD. 

ballivi. 

William Blakethorne (alibi Black- 
burne: ii. 512) 

John Hunsh. 

Nicholas Howgh 

William Sprigge. 

John Page 

John Smith. 

Nicholas Croke 

Andrew Wem (Wenn). 

Thomas Hallman (Holman, Holy- 
man) 

Richard Bustard. 

John Norwode 

Edward Woodward. 

Nicholas Seman 

Stephen Havile. 

Stephen Havyle 

John Atkyns. 

John Dawson 

Robert Heth. 

Thomas Hallman 

Robert Yorke. 

John Havyle (Havell) 

Thomas Alfyn (Aufyn). 

Thomas Alfyn 

John Havyle. 

William Plompton 

Richard Warden. 

Richard Kent 

Thomas Balle. 

Richard Stacy 

William Lane. 

Dagvyle, John Dobbys, John Seman, 
aldermen. 

5 1469 : John Clerke, Richard Spra- 
got, William Dagvyle, John Seman, 
aldermen. 

6 1473: John Clerke, John Dobbes, 
, John Seman, and , aldermen. 

7 1476 : John Dobbys, Edward Wode- 
(ward), John Clerke, and , alder- 
men. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 25 



]'<.:;% maior. 
1477 John Seman 

1 47S 1 John Gierke 

1479 J onn Clerke 

1 4 So - Edward Wodeward, i. 208, 
224; inh older of the 
King's Head, ii. 85 

1 48 1 Edward Wodeward 

1482 John Seman, cordwainer 

1483 Edward Wodeward 

1484 John Eggecombe 

1485 3 John Eggecombe 

1486 4 John Seman 

1487 Edward Wodeward 

1488 'Edward Wode(ward) 

1489 Richard Howes (Hewys) : 

i. 516 

1 490 5 Richard Howes 

1 49 1 John Edgecombe 

1492 Richard Kent 

1 1478 : John Dobbys, John Seman, 
Edward Wodeward, John Norwode 
(Northwoode), aldermen. John Dobbis 
is mentioned, i. 310, 312 ; ii. 85. 

2 In, this year the cooks were made 
a corporation ; Twyne XXI 268. 

3 1485 : John Seman, Edward Wode- 
ward, Richard Kent, Richard Hewys, 



ballivi. 
John Roger 
Peter Schermelow. 
Edmund Waryn (Wareyn) 
John Keyston (Keston). 
Richard Kent 
John Havell, carnifex. 
John Smith 
William Lane. 

John Hede 
John Pengelly. 
William Caplan 
Henry Ivery. 
Richard Hewes 
John Nycoll. 

William Bagnall {alibi Dagnall) 

Alexander Holywode. 

John Creke 

Henry Weston. 

John Fossebroke 

Richard Chamberlaine. 

Richard Vestman {alibi Lestmet) 

William Parker. 

John Smyth 

John Kynge. 

John Wellys 

John Holle (Hull). 

William Hutton 

David Dyer. 

Thomas Scowe 

John Hardson. 

Thomas Scowe 

William Bussell. 

aldermen. 

4 i486 : John Eggecombe, Richard 
Kent, Richard Hewys, and , alder- 
men. 

5 1490 : Edward Wodward, John 
Seman, Richard Kent, John Eggcomb, 
aldermen. Richard Kent is mentioned 
i. 150. 



26 WOOD'S CITY 

Yiar, maior. 
i 4.93 Richard Kent 

] 494 Edward Wodeward 1 

1495 Richard Hewis (Howes) 

1496 Richard Kent 

1497 John Eggecombe 

1498 John Rogers 

1499 John Hedde 

1500 John Rogers 

1 50 1 Richard Kent 

1502 Richard Kent 

1503 3 William Bulcombe 

1504 John Hedde 

1505 

i5° 6 

1507 William Bulcombe 4 

1508 Richard Kent 

1 Part of his will is in Twyne XXI 
801. 

2 or John Gossage, Thomas Bristoll, 
ballivi. John Broke seems to be bal- 
livus 23 Dec. 1502 ; and Thomas Wayte 
was ballivus about this time. 

3 1503 : John Eggecombe, Richard 



OF OXFORD. 

ballivi. 
John Hulle 
John White. 
John Ashley 

Ralph Bethome (Bathun). 
Richard Millet 
Roger Robyns. 
Roger Baxster 
John Takley. 
William Weston 
Richard Pitts. 

Thomas Warden, or Wyrden, 

brewer 
John Adams. 

Richard Millet 
James Harryson. 
John Williams 
John Wemme (Wemen). 
Thomas Bristoll 2 
John Seman, 
George Havyle 
John Snow. 
John Heynes 



? Ralph Bawdon 
? Thomas Warden. 
John Symonds 
John Hows. 
Thomas Blunt 
William Camden. 

Kent, John Rogers, John Hedde, alder- 
men ; and so in 1507. 

1 1 This Bulcombe was at the first 
squier bedell of the lawe, afterwards 
free of the towne ; inkeeper and wollen- 
draper ' ; Twyne in MS. Wood F 26. 



CHAR XXXI1L TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 27 



] A»r. maior. 

1509 William Bulcombe 

1 5 10 John Hedde (Hede) 



151 1 Richard Kent 

1512 2 John Broke 

1 51 3 John Broke 



1 5 1 5 4 J 0fm Haynes 5 

1516 

1 51 7 6 ? John Bulcombe 

15 18 7 John Bulcombe 

1 51 9 John Traves 



1 These two bailiffs were 'suspensi 
ab ingressu ecclesiae/ for refusing to 
attend on a summons from William 
Fauntleroy, the vice-chancellor ; Reg. 
F (reversed) p. 148 a. 

3 151 2 : Richard Kent, "William Bul- 
combe, John Hedde, John Hulle, 
aldermen. 

3 Twyne gives Richard Hewys as 
mayor in 1514; see 1495. 

1 John Broke, Richard Millet occur 
as aldermen. 

5 ' John Haynes was a baker, and 
lived at the Bell in Magdalen parish. 
He was also a vintner, see Twyne XX 
p. 26 a ; Reg. Univ. G p. 258, 289 b.' 

6 Twyne, in Wood MS. F 26, thinks 
the mayor of this year was either Wil- 
liam Bulcombe or John Heynes, and 



ballivi. 
William Taylour 
John Walker. 

Nicholas Syr 1 (Cere, Syre), 
carnifex 

Roger Goldesmyth alias Nyw- 
ton. 

Thomas Walter 
Robert Bough. 



Robert Dynham, brewer 
John Palmer, glover. 
Robert Dynham 
John Palmer. 
Robert Carew, carpenter 
John Austen. 



William Symcocke 8 
John Lyth. 

that the bailiffs were Robert Karewe 
and John Austin. ' These two baylives 
in their yeare were excommunicated by 
the Commissary of the University, for 
what cause I knowe not ; vide FF, epi- 
stola 54.' 

7 Brian Twyne gives for this year 
Richard Millet, maior, John Archer, 
William Chamber, ballivi; but Wood 
thinks this inconsistent with Twyne 
XXIII p. 610. Wood found in a docu- 
ment of 28 March 15 19 a reference to 
'Johannes Bulcombe, maior, de novo 
electus ' ; and concluded that Twyne in 
the preceding note was wrong in speak- 
ing of William Bulcombe. 

8 Twyne notes Walter Gower, John 
Kinge, ballivi, as occurring about this 
time. 



98 



IFOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



) 'nv. niaior. 

i [5 2 o John T raves 1 
i g a i Thomas 2 Skelton 

1522 : ' Thomas Shelton (? Skel- 

ton) 

1523 

1524 4 John Austen 5 

1525 Michael Hethe 6 

1526 William Flemming 

1527 William Flemming 

1528 William Flemming 



1 Twyne alone gives maior and ballivi 
for this year. He adds, ' This William 
Frere was sometime servant to John 
Lundon, then fellowe of Newe Coll. 
(afterwarde head of Newe Coll.) ; Reg, 
Univ. F (reversed) p. 158 a.' 

2 In Brian Twyne's Liber mercatus 
332 b, he is given as John Skelton. 

3 1522 : John Traves, John Austen, 
Michael Heth, William Fleming, alder- 
men. 

4 1524: John Craven, William Flem- 
myng, Thomas Frere, and , alder- 
men. Thomas Fryer, alderman of Oxon., 
obiit 1532; vide notes out of Nicholas 
Horsman's office. 

5 Twyne notes : — ' John Austen was 
first manciple of Magdalen Coll., and 
marrienge a draper's widdowe, became 
free of the towne, and was a draper 
and alderman. 1 Wood notes: — 'John 
Austen kept the Cross In, V. 592.' 

6 Given by Twyne only, who notes : — 
1 This Michael Hethe was first a graduate- 
of the University and became a freeman 
to be a brewer. This mayor, with both 
the baylives, were excommunicated by 



ballivi. 
William Hewes 
William Frere. 
Nicholas Cere 
Roger Newenton. 
Ralph Singleton 
Henry Busby. 

Walter Gouer (Gower) 
Richard Wakelyn. 
Richard Cotton 
William Archer. 
William Chamber 
Robert Carowe, carpenter. 
Edmund Irysh 7 
William Clare, junior. 
John Bylman 
William Fallowfield 8 . 

the Commissary of the University.' 
Twyne also notes John Pie, William 
Banyster, ballivi, to come in about this 
period. 

7 Twyne notes : — ' These two baylives 
were imprisoned, the one in the Castell, 
the other in Bocardo, by Dr. John 
Cottisford, then Commissary, for not 
impanellinge 18 men for a jury in the 
Yeld Hall to er quire about the market ; 
Reg. B (reversed) p. 142 b. Dr. Martin 
Lindsay, Commissarii deputatus, pro- 
ceeded against William Flemminge, 
mayor, super criminibus perjurii, viola- 
tions pacis, et fractionis carceris ; ibid, 
p. 220 b.' 

8 Twyne notes : — c This Fallowfeild 
was imprisoned in the Castell by Dr. 
John Cottisford, then Commissary, and 
bound with suerties not to sue one 
Thomas Foster, the common carrier of 
the Universitie to Lundon, out of the 
Universitie, etc. The bond is extant 
in Reg. B (reversed) p. 83, bearing date 
Oct. 29, 1528 : his colleague was one 
of the suerties.' See Twyne XVII 313 ; 
Twyne IV 96, 119 ; Twyne V 203. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 



29 



I 'car. maior. 

1529 Michael Heth 

1530 William Freur 2 , brewer: 

i. 150; ii. 389, 512. 

1 53 1 William Freur 

1532 John Pye: ii. 389. 

1533 John Pye 4 
r 534 5 William Freur 

1535 William Freur 

1536 William Freur 

1537 William Banister 
*538 William Banister 

1539 John Barry, glover 

1540 John Barry: ii. in. 

1 54 1 William Freur 



1 Michael Heth and Richard Gunter 
were excommunicated this year by the 
Commissary ; Twyne XXIV pp. 384- 
387. Richard Gunter had sued a ser- 
vant of John Lundon, Warden of New 
College, in the mayor's court : he was 
' suspensus ab ingressu ecclesiae ' and 
deprived of his mancipleship of Vine 
Hall ; Reg. B (reversed) pp. 140 a, 
144 a, b, 356 a. 

2 See Reg. B (reversed) pp. 229, 230, 
248. He was receiver of the rents due 
from the lands of S. Frideswyde's priory 
and Cardinal College, 17 Henry VIII, 
1525 ; V. p. 24. 

3 Wood thinks this John Bridgman 
married Mary, sister to Sir Thomas 
White, founder of S. John's College, 



ballivi. 
William Pery 
Richard Gunter l . 
Christopher Hawkyns 
Thomas Pers. 
John Brigeman 3 
Henry Wyllmot. 
Richard Cotterell 
John Pye, junior. 
William Singleton 
Thomas Ellynham (Ellingham). 
Edmund Irysh 
William Clare. 
William Taylour 
William Spencer. 
David Prat 
Nicholas Hore. 
Thomas Lane 
John Beke. 
William Tho .... 

Richard Atkynson 

Edward Glinton, of S. Giles parish. 

William Pirry (Pery) 

Richard Cotton. 

Richard Heth 

Robert Jamys 6 . 

and was father to Edward Bridgman of 
All Saints parish. 

4 ' This mayor, with many other 
townesmen, were discommuned this 
yere ; Twyne IV p. 20/ 

5 1534: Michael Heth, William 
Fleming, John Pye, Richard Flaxney, 
aldermen. Richard Flaxney is men- 
tioned ii. 84. 

6 Brian Twyne notes in Wood MS. 
F 26, fol. 82 (of the new paging) : — 
' Robert James, Master of Art and prin- 
cipall [1 530] of St. Mary Hall. To sett 
up a brewhouse he became free of the 
towne and was both chamberlaine and 
bayliffe and was in election to be 
mayor.' 



11 'OOP'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



) '( ,!> . 


motor, 




William Freere 


1543 s 


Edmund Irysh 


1544 


Edmund Irysh 


1545 


Richard Gunter 3 


1546 


Richard Gunter 


1547 4 


John Pye 


1548 


Richard Atkynson 


1549 


Richard Atkynson 




Edmund Iryshe 


I55I 6 


Ralph Flaxney 


!552 


Ralph Flaxney 


1553 


Richard Atkynson 


1554 


Edmund Irysh 



1 555 John Wayte 7 , mercer: 
ii. 236, 242, 244. 



ballivi. 
Thomas Elmes 1 
Richard Whittington. 
Ralph Flaxney 
William Frewen. 
John Walkelin 
John Payn. 

Thomas Malyson (Mallynson) 
William Tryllcocke (Tillcock). 
Thomas Wyllams 
John Barton. 
John Howell 
William D'ewe. 
Thomas Malyson (Mallynson) 
William Trillcocke (Tylcocke). 
Roger Hewett 
William Kirkman. 
Richard Williams 
Richard (son of Richard) Flax- 
ney. 
Thomas Baylie 
Abel Smyth. 
John Way! 
Thomas Cogayne. 
Richard Ivery 
William Tovey. 
William Pantre 
Roger Taylour alias Cooke. 
Thomas Wyncle 8 
John Welles. 



1 These ballivi were 4 suspensi ab in- 6 1550: Richard Gunter, Richard 
gressu in ecclesiam,' 1543, by Dr. Wil- Atkinson, Ralph Flaxney, Thomas 
liam Tresham, Commissary; Reg. B Malyson, aldermen. 

(reversed) p. 18. 6 The bakers were incorporated this 

2 1543: William Freur, John Pye, year; Twyne XXI p. 269. 

Richard Gunter, and , aldermen. 7 Wood notes : — 4 One John Wayte 

3 Twyne notes : — 4 This Gunter was of Allhallows parish, a painter, 37 
at the first manciple of Glocester Col- Henr. VIII, 1545 ; so Reg. Coll. Magd. 
lege; afterward, to use breweinge, he C, fol. 48.' 

was fayne to become free of the towne.' 8 4 Thomas Wincle and John Wells 

Mentioned, i. 100 ( 4 Gou(n)ter'). were baylives when Cranmer, Rydley, 

* 1547 : Edmund Irysh, Ralph Flax- and Latimer were imprison'd and burnt, 

ney, Richard Gunter, Richard Atkyn- They were at the charg of 63/? 10s and 

son, aldermen. 2d for their diet when they were in 



CHAR XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 31 



] 'car. maior. 
1556 1 William Tylcocke (Trill- 
cock), baker 

1557 Thomas Willyams 

1558 Richard Why ttyngton 3 

1559 Richard Atkynson 

1560 William Trillcocke 

1 561 John Wayte 

1562 Ralph Flaxney 

1563 Roger Taylour 

1564 William Mathew 5 
1565 7 Thomas Williams 

1566 Richard Whittenton 

1567 Richard Atkinson 

1568 William Tilcock 

prison, and for faggots, furrs, posts, 
chaines, staples when they were burnt : 
but could never get but 20// of their 
money.' 

1 1556: Richard Atkinson, Ralph 
Flaxney, Richard Whittington, Thomas 
Williams, aldermen ; and so in 1561. 

2 Andrew Burnet buried in All Saints' 
church, 5 June 1580; sic reg. ejusd. 
eccl. 

3 ' Richard Whittington buried in 
S. Martin's church, Oxon., 15 May 
1578. ' The house where (Nicholas) 
Orum, the fishmonger, lives (now ... 
Paynton's, town clerk) was once belong- 
ing to this Whittington : for in the 
windows of the parlour is painted a 
whyting over a tun, and R. W. by it.' 



ballivi. 
Richard Prestwode 
Thomas Furres. 
James Dodwell 
Andrew Burnett 2 . 
Richard Edgys 
Andrew Ricott. 
William Levyns 
Thomas Smallpage. 
John Tettersale 
Robert Frewen. 
Thomas Ryley 4 
John Hartley. 
John Rope 

Edward Broke alias Little. 
William Hortop 
Thomas Ryppyngale. 
Thomas Penny 
John Philips 6 . 
John Barker, or Barksdale 
John Forest. 
William Hewster 
William Pickover. 
William Spencer 
Richard Hewet (Huet). 
Thomas Smith 
George Munday. 

* 4 These two baylives were discom- 
muned by the Universitie (Reg. Univ. 
I, p. 198) 10 Nov. and restored againe 
10 Dec. It was about a leet court.' 
Twyne's note. 

5 Wood notes : — ' In Allhallows re- 
gister I find this note — Mr. Gulielmus 
Mathew, tunc temporis civitatis hujus 
major, sepultus erat 27 Feb. 1565. That 
register begins the year with the 1 of 
Jan. Quaere, who served out the rest 
of the year ? ' 

6 4 John Philipps, sepult. in eccl. 
Omn. Sanct. 15 Apr. 1583.' 

7 1565: Richard Atkinson, Ralph 
Flexney, Richard Whittingdon, Richard 
Williams, aldermen. 



3 -> WOOD'S CITY 

Year. viaior. 

1569 1 Roger Taylour 
[570 Nicholas Todde 

1571 Richard Williams : ii. 233, 

2 37- 

1572 2 William Levins, apothecary 
1573 s Roger He wet 4 

1574 Roger Taylour 

1575 William Trillcocke 

1576 Thomas Willyams 

1577 6 Ralph Flaxney 
1578 7 Richard Williams 8 

1579 William Levyns 

1580 John Hartley 

1581 William Noble 

1582 Edmund Bennett 



1 1 569 : Richard Atkinson, Ralph 
Flexney, Thomas Williams, William 
Tilcock, Richard Whittington, alder- 
men. 

2 1572 : Richard Atkinson, Ralph 
Flexney, Thomas Williams, Richard 
Whittington, aldermen. 

3 1 573 : Ralph Flexney, Thomas 
Williams, Richard Whittington, Wil- 
liam Tylcock, Richard Atkinson, alder- 
men. 

4 Twyne notes : — ' This Hewett gave 
the mayor's great mace, for before it 
was not much bigger than a sergeant's 
mace'; Twyne IV p. 212. 



OF OXFORD. 

ballivi. 
William Furnesse 
Richard Hanson. 
Edmund Bennet 
Thomas Wild. 
Edmund Bennet 
John Hyll. 
Morice Vaughan 
James Almond. 
John Tarlton 
William Noble 5 . 
John Mossey 
William Barton. 
Henry Wilkynson 
Hugh Boyden. 
Richard Browne 
Robert Richardson. 
Thomas Rowe 
Hugh Boyden. 
Richard Brian 
Robert Allen. 
Thomas Gyles 
Peirce Underhill. 
William Tyllyard, baker 
Thomas Almond. 
Jacob. Robinson 
John Willyams. 
Stevyn Lane 
Robert Dawson. 

5 Imprisoned by the Commissary, 
while bailiff, because he shut against 
him the door of the Gild Hall, 22 Sept. 
1574; Reg. Univ. KK p. 174 b. 

6 1577: Richard Flaxney, William 
Tylcocke, William Levyns, Richard 
Whittington, aldermen ; Twyne XVII 

7 1578 : Thomas Williams, William 

Levyns, Roger Hewett, and , 

aldermen. 

8 ' Richard Willyams died before his 
mayroltie was quite finished, viz. 19 
Sept. 1579; and soon after, or about 
that time, William Levyns was chosen.' 



CHAP. XXX1IL TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 33 



T »- 

1 ( at . 




ballwi. 


1 5 8 9 


William Furnesse 1 


Tohn Dennvs 






Henry Dodwell. 


1 1584 


John Barksdale 


Andrew Stoke 






Thomas Cossham. 


1 58 K 
0 0 


Thomas Smith 2 


Tohn Brushe, alibi Brysh 






Richard Cox 3 . 


1586 


William Levyns 


John Whittington 4 






John D'ewe. 


1^87 


Thomas Rowe 


Richard Floyde 






Humphrey Harbige. 


I1S8 


James Almond 


Mathew Harryson 






Isaac Bartholomew. 


I ^80 


William Furnesse 


John Bankes 5 






Richard Good. 


I^QO 


Thomas Smyth 


Thomas Munday, mercer 






Edmund Barton. 




Richard Browne 


William Huffe alias Hough, in- 






holder 






Stephen Ewen. 




Henry Dodwell 6 


Hugh Buckner 






John Royse, or Rouse. 




Thomas Rowe 7 


Leonard Fray 






Thomas Harris. 


I594 8 


William Levyns 


Anthony Wells 






Walter Payne. 


!595 9 


Thomas Smyth 


Thomas Fawkner 






John Blieth. 



1 ' Mr. William Furness, mayor, and Oxon. and keeper of Bocardo prison, 
Mris. Ann Hewet were married 7 June was buried the 18 Feb. I5f^." Quaere, 
1584' — so S. Michael's register. perhaps senior of those that had baylies 

2 'This mayor, with William Noble places.' 

and other burgesses, shut the Gild hall 6 Twyne XXIII 449. f Henry Dod- 

dore against the Vice-chancellor, when well, alderman, of the parish of St. 

he came to keep court there ; Reg. Martin's, buried in St. Marie's church, 

Univ. L fol. 287 b.' 3 Oct. 1600/ 

3 Richard Cox buried in S. Peters 7 e Thomas Rowe buried in St. Mar- 
church in the East, 18 Dec. 1600. tin's church, 14 Jan. I59f.' 

4 John Whittington sepult. in eccl. 8 1594 : John Hartly, Thomas Smyth, 
Omn. Sanct. 13 Junii 1605. , , aldermen. John Hartley 

5 ' In St. Michael's parish register it is mentioned, i. 147. 

is thus written — "Mr. Richard Eggerd, 9 1595: William Furness, Thomas 

one of the senior bailies of the citie of Row, , , aldermen. 

VOL. III. D 



34 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Year. maior. 

1596 Richard Browne 

1597 William Furnesse 

1598 John Williams 3 

1599 Isaac Bartholmew, baker 

1600 Thomas Smith 4 

1 60 1 Richard Goode, chandler 

1602 Richard Browne 



1603 Thomas Harrys, hosier 

(afterwards ironmonger) 

1604 Thomas Cossham 5 , cord- 

wainer 

1605 Richard Bryan 

1606 Richard Goode 

1607 Walter Payne, chandler 

(afterwards innholder) 

1608 Richard Hannes 

1609 Thomas Harrys 



1 ' William Hyggyns buried in the 
church of S. Peter in the bailie, 2 1 Apr. 
1607 : a linnen-draper, I think.' 

2 ( Robert Warde, buried in St. 
Michael's church, in the College chancell 
there, 6 Nov. 1628.' 

3 ' Johannes Williams, pharmacopola, 
sepult. in eccl. B. Mar. Virg. 11 May 
1602 : I think son of Richard Wyl- 
lyams, mayor 1578.' 

* ' He was buried 9 July 1601, in 
S. Aldate's church : quaere who suc- 



ballivi. 

William Hyggyns 1 

Robert Warde 2 . 

Francis Harrys 

Martin Powdrell. 

Henry Toldervey 

Thomas {alibi Richard) Huntfield. 

Ralph Flaxney 

Francis Harris. 

William Wright, baker 

John Wardell, tailor. 

Richard Smyth 

John Poole. 

Thomas Stone, mercer, in S. 

Martin's parish 
William Dennington. 
Thomas Brookes, inholder 
Richard Hans (or Hands), brewer. 
Richard Morgan 
William Potter, draper. 
Henry Pygot 
John Royse. 

Richard Kenner, butcher 
William Symonds 6 , chandler. 
John Bird 

Thomas Bland, glover. 
Richard Paynter, fellmonger 
William Tyrei 7 . 
Philip Dodwell 

Anthony Fyndall, grasier (or 
butcher). 

ceeded ? ' 

5 See Ogle's Royal Letters to Oxford, 
pp. 229, 234. The four aldermen 
named in the charter 29 July 1605 are 
William Levyns, Richard Browne, 
Richard Good, Isaac Bartlemewe. 

6 William Symonds buried in Mag- 
dalen parish church, 9 Apr. 1620. 

7 Tyrer died, and John Smyth, chosen 
in his place, took the oath to the Uni- 
versity, 30 Jan. i6of. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 35 



Year. tnaior. 

1010 William Potter, draper 



1 6 1 1 Matthew Harrison 1 , mercer 

161 2 2 Ralph Flaxney 8 , butcher 

1 6 1 3 4 Henry Toldervey, chandler 

(quaere) 
1 6 1 4 5 William Wryght, goldsmith 
(afterwards baker) 

16 15 John Bird, mercer 

1616 Richard Smyth, tailor 

1388019 

161 7 6 Walter Payne 7 , innholder 

1 61 8 8 William Potter, draper 

1 619 Oliver Smyth, brewer 

1620 Anthony Fyndall, butcher 

(afterwards grasier) 

1 62 1 John D'avenant 9 , vintner 
Thomas Harris 



ballivi. 

Thomas Strobridge (Strawbridge), 
draper 

William Boswell (Bosvill), draper 
(or mercer). 

Thomas Sparrow, innholder 

Henry Wylkes, glover. 

Oliver Smyth, brewer 

John Willmot, baker. 

Baldwin Hodges {alibi Edges) 

John D'avenant, vintner. 

William Chillingworth, mercer 

William Goode, chandler. 

William Blake, alebrewer 

Matthew Bartholmewe, baker. 

Henry Southam, glover (after- 
wards innholder) 

Henry Bosworth, maltster (after- 
wards brewer). 

John D'ewe 

William Blande, shoemaker 

(quaere). 
William Willis, brewer 
William Weeks. 
Richard Palmer, tailor 
Henry Samon, mercer. 
Thomas Almont, fuller 
Charles Russell, tailor. 
Joseph Brookes, innholder 
Steven Fayrebeard, mercer. 



1 ' Mathew Harrison, sepult. in eccl. 
Omn. Sanct., Martii 10, i6|f : alder- 
mannus fait.' 

2 161 2 : Isaac Barthelmew, Walter 
Payne, Richard Hanns, , aldermen. 

3 Ralph Flaxney, buried in S. 
Aldate's Church, 12 July 1624. 

4 1 61 3 : Isaac Barthelmew, Matthew- 
Harrison, , aldermen. 

5 1 614 : Isaac Barthelmew, Walter 
Paine, Richard Hanns, , aldermen. 

6 1615 : Thomas Harrys, Richard 
Harrys, aldermen. Alderman ... Har- 

D 



ries is mentioned, i. 424; where the date 
is probably wrong. 

7 Twyne notes: — 'This yere, 1618, 
the towne went about to procure a 
newe charter, wherein this Walter Payne 
was declared to be "primus et modernus 
civitatis Oxon. maior," and the aldermen 
then beinge to be " primos et modernos 
ejusdem civitatis aldermannos M — which 
was very absurd in my opinion.' 

8 16 1 8 : Thomas Harrys, William 
Wright, aldermen. 

9 'Apr. 5, 1622, Jane Davenet, wife 

2 



36 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



J i -or. maior. 
i o 1 1 ' William Boswcll (Bosvill), 
mercer or draper 

1623 William Potter 

1624 Oliver Smyth, brewer 

1625 Henry Bosworth, maltster 

(afterwards brewer) 

1626 John D'ewe, servant to the 

Freers of Watereaton, 
afterwards innholder 

1627 JohnSare(Sayer),chandler 

1628 William Good, chandler 



1629 Henry Southam, glover 

1630 Thomas Cooper 2 , draper 

1 63 1 Oliver Smyth, brewer 



1632 William Charles, chandler 

1633 Francis Harris, vintner 

1634 John Sare, chandler 

1635 Martin Wright, goldsmith 

of John Davenet, then maior of this 
citie, was buried. Aprill 23, 1622, John 
Dannett, then major of this citie, was 
buried — so St. Martin's register. — 
Thomas Harris succeeded about 3 
dayes after, and on the 29 Apr. tooke 
his oath to the University at S. Marie's.' 
1 1622 : William Potter, William 



ballivi. 
John Sayre, chandler 
William Charles. 

Robert Cockram ) brothers and 
Samuel Cockram 1 drapers. 
George Chambers, stationer 
Robert Willmott, cordwainer. 
Lewis Jones, tailor 
Roger Griffyn, baker. 
Francis Harrys, vintner 
Thomas Cooper, draper. 

Martin Wright, goldsmith 
John Nixon, mercer. 
John Browne, mercer, in St. Mary's 
parish 

Thomas Wicks (Weeks), brewer 
of ale. 

Humphrey Whistler, baker 
George Hilliard, butcher. 
Ralph Nicolas, tailor 
Richard Astell, tailor. 
Thomas Smyth, brewer, son to 

the mayor 
John Smyth, maltster, son to the 

mayor. 
Leonard Bowman, draper 
Thomas Allum, vintner. 
John Allen, tailor 
John Tredwell, cordwainer. 
William Bayley, baker 
John Hawkes, butcher. 
Thomas Davis, mercer 
William Stevins, butcher. 

Wright, Oliver Smith, , aldermen. 

William Potter is mentioned, i. 144, 
493- 

2 1 Aug. 13, 1640, Mr. Thomas 
Cooper, sometimes the maior of this 
citie, the alderman, and late burgess in 
the Parliament for the citie, was buried 
— S. Martin's register.' 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 37 



)'(\jr. maior. 

1636 John Nixon, mercer 

1637 Henry Southam, glover 

[638 Thomas Smyth, brewer, 

son of Oliver 
1639 1 John Smyth, maltster, son 

of Oliver 
1040 Humphrey Whistler,baker: 

i. 362. 

1641 2 Leonard Bowman, draper 

1642 3 Thomas Dennis, mercer 
or draper 

1643 Thomas Smyth, brewer 

1644 William Chillingworth, 

mercer 

1645 Henry Sylvester, grocer 

1646 John Nixon, mercer 

1647 4 J onn Nixon, mercer 

1648 5 Thomas Wicks, brewer 



ballivi. 

Humphrey Bodicot, vintner 
Jerome Poole, cutler. 
Henry Sylvester, grocer 
Thomas Dennis, draper. 
Thomas Paulin, draper 
George Potter, draper. 
Walter Cave, brewer 
William Poole, glover. 
John Baker, tailor 
Richard Coles (or Coke), tailor. 
Ralph Chillingworth; mercer 
George Heme, mercer. 
Edmund Bolt, baker 
Sampson Whyte, draper. 
Michael Heme 

Edward Daniel, shoemaker (after- 
wards, baker). 

Matthew Langley, senior, tanner 

Nicholas Daniel, by profession a 
baker, but never practized it. 

John Neuman, sadler 

Robert Wilson, brewer. 

Matthew Langley, junior (son of 
Matthew, supra), tanner 

Anthony Slatford, cutler. 

Matthew Langley, junior 

Anthony Slatford. 

Thomas Williams, milliner 

Richard Miller, fellmonger. 



1 1639 : William Potter, (William) 
Good, John Sare, Henry Southam, 
Thomas Cooper, aldermen. John Sayer 
is mentioned, i. 324, 577. 

2 1 641 : William Potter, John Sare, 
Henry Southam, Martin Wright, John 
Nixon, aldermen. — ' About this time 
the king pardoned the mayor and his 
successors from taking their oath in the 
Exchequer.' John Nixon, alderman, 
is mentioned, i. 155, 623. 

3 1642 : John Sare, Martin Wright, 
John Nixon, , aldermen. 



* ' 1647 : Humphrey Bodicot, vintner, 
maior; Henry Hedges, butcher, .and 
Francis Greenway, milliner, ballivi; — 
these officers were elected by the com- 
minalty, but by ordination of Parliament 
removed, because addicted to the king's 
party, and the former put in their 
places.' See the City petition in MS. 
Wood F 35, fol. 37. 

5 ' 1648 : this yeare the mayor, alder- 
men, and commonrdtie, taking the ad- 
vantage of the times, refused to take 
the annuall oath to the University and 



38 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Year. maior. 

1649 George Potter, draper 

1650 Walter Cave, brewer 

1 65 1 Matthew Langley, junior, 

tanner 

1652 Richard Miller, fellmonger 

1653 Thomas Williams, milliner 

1654 John Nixon, mercer 

1655 Martin Wright, goldsmith 

1656 William (son of Martin) 

Wright 

1657 Thomas Dennis, draper 

1658 Humphrey Whistler, baker 

1659 John Lambe, tailor 

1660 1 Sampson Whyte 2 , draper: 
i- 363- 

1 66 1 3 Leonard Bowman, mercer 

or draper 

1662 5 Roger Griffyn, draper 



ballivi. 

Thomas Jackson, draper 

John Lambe, tailor. 

William (son of Martin) Wright, 

goldsmith 
John Fulkes, tailor. 
William Adkins, butcher 
Matthew Martin, alias Bishop, 

mercer. 
John Harris, tailor 
John Philipps, baker. 
William Bayley, draper 
John White, brewer. 
Anthony Kendall, fellmonger 
John Townsend, draper. 
John Such (Souch), milliner 
William Cornish, draper. 
Roger Griffin, draper 
Baldwin Hodges, innholder. 
Francis Heywood, brewer 
Henry Mallory, cutler. 
Thomas Tipping, brewer 
Richard Philipps, cordwainer. 
Thomas Hore, cordwainer 
Tobias Brown, haberdasher of 

hats. 

William Walker, draper 
William Potte~, draper. 
Arthur Dimock 4 , maltster 
Richard Hawkins, painter-stainer. 
Nicholas Oram, fishmonger 
John Clarke, dyer. 



to come to St. Marie's on S. Scholas- 
tica's day, to offer 63 pence : which so 
continued till the king's restauration.' 

1 1 660 : Francis Harris, Martin 
Wright, William Wright, , alder- 
men. 

2 ' Sampson Whyte, knighted in the 
year of his mayroltie at the coronation 
of Charles II.' 

3 The mayor and commonalty took 



their oath and came to S. Mary's on 
S. Scholastica's day — see in 1648. 

4 'Arthur Dimock being turn'd out 
30 May, 1662, Richard Pratt, draper, 
was chosen 6 June, and served out the 
remainder of the year.' 

5 1662 : Sir Sampson White, Francis 
Harris, Martin Wright, William Wright, 
aldermen. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 39 



Year. 
1663 1 

1664 

1665 

1 666 3 

1667 4 

1668 5 
1669 



John Harrys, tailor 

John Whyte, brewer 

Sir Sampson Whyte, dra- 
per or mercer 

William Baylye, mercer or 
draper 

William Wright, lately 

goldsmith 
John Lambe, sometimes 

tailor 

John Townsend, draper 



Francis Grenway 7 , mil- 
liner 

Francis Heiwood 8 , brewer 



1670 6 
1671 
1672 9 
1673 

1674 William Walker, draper 



William Cornish 10 , mercer 

or draper 
Anthony Hall, vintner 



1675 Tobias Browne, haber- 
dasher of hats 

1 1663 : Francis Harrys, Roger 

Griffin, , aldermen. 

■ 2 Nicholas Robynson sepult. in eccl. 
S. Aldati, Oct. 19, 1669. 

3 1666 : William Wright, Roger 

Griffin, Sir Sampson White, , , 

aldermen. 

4 1667: Sir Sampson White, Roger 
Griffin, John Harrys, , aldermen. 

5 1668 : John Harrys, William Baylie., 

, aldermen. Alderman ... Harris 

is mentioned, ii. 488. • 

6 1670: Roger Griffin, William Bayly, 
, aldermen. 

7 'Francis Greenway, having been 



ballivi. 
Richard Hall, tailor 
Nicholas Robynson 2 , cooper. 
Thomas Harryson, draper 
Henry Mayne, tailor. 
Richard {alibi Thomas) Carter, 
brewer 

Thomas Burnham, innholder. 
Anthony Hall, vintner 
William Cole, glasier. 
William Turner, draper or mercer 
John Galloway, draper. 
William Morrell, vintner 
Sampson Rawlins, chandler. 
Edward Bartlett, senior, carrier 
Robert Burnham, innholder. 
Thomas Fyfeild, draper 
William Ailworth, chandler. 
Thomas Eustace, milliner 
John Bishop, milliner. 
John Payne, brasier 
Thomas Hanns, shoemaker. 
Thomas Adams, confectioner 
Thomas Betts, cooper. 
Alexander Wright, goldsmith 
John Johnson n , barber and con- 
fectioner. 
Charles Harris, attorney 
Matthew Pinnel, draper. 

an apprentice to (William) Bos well, 
alderman and draper, set up the trade 
of milliner, and was the first of that 
trade in Oxon., anno 1640 or 41. He 
died xi Aug. 1686 ; buried in S. Marie's 
church.' 

8 ' Francis Heiwood died . . . Sept. 
1678 ; buried in St. Toll's church, 
Sept. 4.' 

9 1672 : Roger Griffin, John Harris, 
William Baylie, , aldermen. 

10 William Cornish died in Sept. or 
Oct. 1679. 

11 John Johnson died 21 July 1677. 



4° 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Year. maior. 

1676 1 Thomas Fy field, draper 

1677 Wiliiam Morrel 2 , vintner 

1678 Thomas Ewstas (Eustace), 

milliner 

1 079 Robert Pauling, draper 

1680 John Bowell, draper 

1 68 1 William Baylie, mercer or 

draper 

1682 John Townsend, draper 

1683 William Walker, draper 

1684 3 William Walker 4 

1685 Edward Combes, draper 

1686 ThomasHunsdon,chandler 

1687 John Payne 6 , brasier 

1 1676 : Sir Samson White, William 
Wright, William Baylie, John Towns- 
end, aldermen. Roger Griffin died this 
year, and Thomas Fifield was chosen 
alderman 7 July 1677 (Act Saturday). 

2 William Morrel died ... Aug. 1679. 

3 ' 1684 : mayor and baillives, the 
same : continued by the king's autho- 
rity. 1684, 28 Sept., Sir Sampson 
White, alderman, died ; 29 Sept., Wil- 
liam Wright, alderman, resigned his 
aldermanship for feare of being turn'd 
out. 1684, Oct. 2, the new charter was 
receiv'd (Wood's Life and Times, iii. 
112), whereby William Wright was 
turn'd out from his aldermanship, and 
Robert Pauling from being one of the 
13. John Payn, brasier, named one of 
the 1 3.' — The four aldermen named in 



ballivi. 
Richard Carter, brewer 
Thomas Hunsdon, chandler. 
Thomas Tesdale, mercer 
John Croney, chandler. 
William Badger, maltster 
William Fortrey, maltster. 
John Philipps, baker 
Edward Combes, draper. 
Henry Whyte, draper 
Robert Harrison, draper. 
Michael Cripps, milliner 
Samuel Hunt, mercer. 
Richard Houghton, schoolmaster 

and scrivener 
James Pinnet, tanner. 
John Longford, milliner 
Edmund Thurston, upholsterer. 
John Longford 
Edmund Thurstan. 
George Walker, maltster 
Neale, maltster. 
Claxton, upholsterer 
Thomas Wiblin, tailor. 
Richard Wood, stonecutter 
John Taylour, painter. 

the charter were Sir Sampson White, 
John Townsend, William Walker, and 
Thomas Fifield : Ogle's Royal Letters 
to Oxford, p. 284. The '13' were the 
mayor, 4 aldermen, and 8 ' assistants ' ; 
ibid., p. 285. 

4 ' William Walker, mayor, was 
knighted Feb. 18, Wedn., i68f, when 
he and some of his brethren delivered 
the City address to the new king ' 
(James II). 

5 'Longford dying Sept. 13, 1685, 
Thomas Miller, inholder, was chosen 
into his place the day following, and 
served out the little remainder of the 

- yeare.' 

6 John Payne, buried in All Saints' 
church on Easter day at night, Apr. 
ult. 1689. 



CHAR XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT, 41 



' The said officers were ejected in* the beginning of June 1688, and 
the corporation annulled/ 

Iter. mator. ballivi. 

1688 Richard Carter, brewer John Weller, maltster 

John Phillips, chandler. 

' These officers were nominated in the king's charter 1 which the 
citizens received on St. Mathew's day, Sept. 20, 1688 ; and took their 
places accordingly 24 of the same month': see Wood's Life and 
Times, iii. 277. 

1688 Robert Harrison, draper Richard Lumley, plumber 

John Knibb, clock- maker. 

These officers were elected Oct. 23, 1688 : Wood's Life and Times, 
iii. 280. 



1689 Richard Hawkyns 2 , herald- 

painter 

1690 Richard Carter, brewer 

1 69 1 Henry (son of Sir Samp- 

son) White, draper 

1692 John Croney, chandler 

1693 Tobias Browne 

1694 Richard Wood, stone- 

cutter 

1695 John Taylor, painter 



Thomas Bee, mercer 
Richard Kates, mercer. 
John Weller, lately butcher 
John Barret, milliner. 
Timothy Perry, draper 
Robert Aldworth, chandler. 
John Burrows, ironmonger 
Timothy Bourne, sadler. 
Benjamin Bodington, mercer 
John Williams, upholsterer. 
George Taylor, glazier 
Daniel Webb, herald-painter. 
John Pead, chandler 
Thomas Selwood, tailor. 



(Members of Parliament.) 

(This list of representatives of the City of Oxford is taken from the 
returns issued under the sanction of the House of Commons. Two 
representatives of the shire sat in the Parliament of 18 Edward I, 
15 July, 1290. Of the Parliament of 22 Edw. I, 12 Nov. 1294, there 
are no returns. That of the following year is the first to show 

1 Of date Sept. 15, 1688: Ogle's 2 ' Richard Hawkins, the mayor, was 

Royal Letters to Oxford, pp. 294-314. elected alderman in the place of Thomas 

A list of the nominations of the charter Fifield deceased, May 19, 1690 : Thomas 

is found also in MS. Tanner 454, fol. Hunsdon had the canvas.' 
133- 



42 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



members for the City. The Parliament is to be taken as meeting at 
Westminster, unless otherwise stated. The statement No returns 
founds in several cases, applies only to the City constituency.) 

Parliament. Oxford City Me?nbers. 

23 Edw. I, 13 and 27 Nov. 1295. { V?™ f 

( Andreas de Pyne. 

24 Edw. I, 3 Nov. 1296 : at Bury No returns found. 
St. Edmunds. 

25 Edw. I, 6 Oct. 1297: at Counties only summoned. 
London. 

26 Edw. I, 25 May, 1298: at f Christoferus de Oxon. 

York. I Johannes de Weston. 

„ f Andreas Pirie 

2 8 Edw. I, 6 March, im \ Johannes fe orfevre _ 

28 Edw. I, 20 May, 1300: at No returns found. 
York. 

29 Edw. I, 20 Jan. 130^: at i Andreas de Pirie 

Lincoln. \ Johannes aurifaber, or l'orfevre. 

30 Edw. I, 29 Sept. and 14 Oct. f Andreas de Pirye 
1302 : at London. 1 Johannes le orfevre. 

33 Edw. I, 16 and 28 Feb. x 3 of { de P j e .. . 

I Christoferus films Simonis. 

[By a writ dated 10 Feb. 130^, the Sheriff of the county of Oxford 
was commanded to summon all the Coroners in the county to appear 
before the King in Parliament, with their rolls of indictment. Their 
names are given.] 

j -r ^/r , f Andreas de Purye 

34 Edw. I, 30 May, 1306. { . / 

I Chnstopherus films Simonis. 

35 Edw. I, 20 Jan. 130I-: at J Andreas de Purye 
Carlisle. I Christopherus films Simonis. 



1 Edw. II, 13 Oct. 1307 : at f Andreas de Pirie 
Northampton. 1 Willielmus Deveneys. 

1 Edw. II, 3 Mar. 1 3o|. No returns found. 

-r-K j tt a f Andreas de Purie 

2 Edw. II, 27 Apr. 1309. , < 

I Johannes le orrevre. 

5 Edw. II, 8 Aug., prorogued to j Andreas de Pyrie 
12 Nov. 131 1. \ Johannes de Fallele. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 43 

Parliament. Oxford City Members. 

6 Edw. II, 23 July, 13 1 2, at Lin- No returns found. 
coin ; prorogued to 20 Aug. at 
Westminster. 

r -OA tt o Tvr i 2 / Andreas de Pyrie 

6 Edw. II, 18 March, 131 f. < T1 

* [ Johannes le orfevre. 

7 Edw. II, 8 July, 13 1 3. No returns found. 

, TT 0 i Andreas de Purie 

7 Edw. II, 23 Sept. 13 13. 1 _ _ 

( Johannes aurifaber. 

7 Edw. II, 21 Apr. 1 314. No returns found. 

8 Edw. II, 9 Sept. 1 3 14 : at f Johannes aurifaber 

York. 1 Johannes de Fallele. 

> « j tt t a f lohannes Alius Willielmi le spicer 

S Edw. II, 20 Tan. 1314. { J , 

J d 5 I Johannes de Fallele. 

9 Edw. II, 27 Jan. 131-f : at Lin- No returns found. 
coin. 

9 Edw. II, 25 Apr.-2 4 May, 13 16, Counties only summoned. 
at Westminster; and 29 July, 
at Lincoln. 

12 Edw. II, 20 Oct. 13 1 8 : at ( Johannes Mymecan 

York. I Johannes de Cudelynton. 

12 Edw. II, 6 May, 131 9 : at f Johannes Alius Willielmi Bost 

York. I Willielmus de Spaldyng. 

1 Edw II 6 Oct 1 20 I Ricardus Cary 

t Johannes de Fallele. 

T7j tt ^ T 1 f Tohannes aurifaber. 

i* Edw. II, 15 July, 1 32 1. \ t , ^ , , 

D ' 0J y ' 6 1 Johannes de Falele. 

15 Edw. II, 2 May, 1322 : at f Johannes de Falele 

York. I Johannes Alius Willielmi Bost. 

16 Edw. II, 14 Nov. 1322 : at j Johannes aurifaber 
York. { Johannes de Fallele. 

17 Edw. II, 20 Jan. and 23 Feb. j Johannes de Fallee 

132!- ( Johannes Alius Willielmi Bost. 

18 Edw. II, 20 Oct. 1324 : at Counties only summoned. 
London. 

-nj tt n at f Andreas de Wormenhale 

19 Edw. II, 18 Nov. 1325. < . 

I Johannes films Willielmi Bost. 

20 Edw. II, 14 Dec. 1326, and No returns found. 
7 Jan. 13 2 f • 



4 + 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Parlici7ncnt. Oxford City Members. 

1 Edw. Ill, 15 Sept. 1327: at ( Andreas de Wo rmenhale 
Lincoln. I Johannes films Willielmi Bost. 

2 Edw. Ill, 7 Feb. 132J: at J Andreas de Wyrcestre 

York. I Johannes Alius Willielmi de Oxon. 

2 Edw. Ill, 24 Apr. 1328: at f Johannes Culverd 

Northampton. 1 Johannes Alius Willielmi Bost. 

2 Edw. Ill, 31 July, 1328 : at J Johannes Mynikan 

York. 1 Johannes Alius Willielmi Bost. 

2 & 3 Ed. Ill, 16 Oct. 1328, at No returns found. 

Salisbury; adjourned 9 Feb. 

132! to Westminster. 

4 Edw. Ill, 11 March, 13H-: at ( Johannes Culverd 

Winchester. \ Stephanus de Adynton. 

t? j ttt /■ "\t ( Andreas de Wormenhale 

4 Edw. Ill, 26 Nov. 1330. { TT . . _ „ . 

- 30 I Henncus de Stodlegh. 

x? j ttt c* f Andreas de Wormenhale 

5 Edw. Ill, 30 Sept. 1331. J 

I Johannes Culverd. 

/- T7J ttt t\ti, i f Andreas de Wormenhale 

6 Edw. Ill, 15 March, 133I. < „ „ 

0 ' I Henricus de Stodlee. 

6 Edw. Ill, 9 Sept. 1332. j J° hannes Culverd 

( Johannes Mymekan. 

6 Edw. Ill, 4 Dec. 1332, and f Johannes Culverd 
20 Jan. 133! : at York. I Johannes Mymcan. 

8 Edw. Ill, 21 Feb. 133!: at f Johannes Mymcan 
York. i Johannes de Falle. 

8 Edw. Ill, 19 Sept. 1334. No returns found. 

9 Edw. Ill, 26 May, 1335 : at f Ricardus Cary 

York. I Johannes de Persshore. 

10 Edw. Ill, 11 March, i 33 |. { Henricus de Stodele y e 

( Johannes Mymkan. 

10 Edw. Ill, 23 Sept. 1336: at ( Andreas de Wormenhale 
Nottingham. I Johannes Alius Willielmi Bost. 

[To this Parliament the City of London, on a special writ, returned, 
four wool merchants, one of them being Johannes de Oxon.] 

10 Edw. Ill, 13 Tan. 133*, at \ . , , TTT . . 
- r , , r*\ j tvt Andreas de Wormenhale 
York, and 9 reb. and 3 March, > _ , _ 

ttt , . . I Johannes Bost. 

at Westminster. ) J 

11 Edw III 26 Se t 1 1 i S te P nanus ^ e Adynton 

I Andreas de Wormenhale. 



CHAP, XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 45 

[The writs issued for this Parliament stated the names of the 
persons to be returned. The names for Oxford City were Stephanus 
de Adynton, Andreas de Wormenhale, and Johannes Mimmecan.] 

Parliament. Oxford City Members. 

1 2 Edw III -» Feb 1 7 i J onannes ^ e P ersnor e 

1 Johannes Mymekan. 

12 Edw. Ill, 26 July, 1338: at / Johannes Mymmekan 

Nottingham. 1 Nicholaus de Publesbury. 

12 & 13 Edw. Ill, 14 Jan. and j Ricardus Cary 

3 Feb. i33f. I Andreas de Wormenhale. 

/ Henricus de Stodlee 

13 Edw. Ill, 13 Oct. 1339. J Johannes filius Willielmi Bost de 



13 Edw. Ill, 20 Jan. 13 jj. 



I Oxon. 

[ Simon de Gloucestr. 

1 Johannes filius Willielmi Bost. 

j ttt Tilt t_ f Johannes filius Willielmi Bost 

14 Edw. Ill, 29 March, 1340. it, , , 

I Johannes de Bybury. 

14 Edw. Ill, 12 July, 1340. No returns found. 

[14 Edw. Ill, 21 Aug. 1340, a council of merchants was called at 
London ; no returns for Oxford are found.] 

-p, j ttt a f Johannes filius Willielmi de Oxon. 

15 Edw. Ill, 23 Apr. 1 341. { J , _ 

0 ' 6 P d4 I Nicholaus de Peblesbury. 

16 Edw. Ill, 16 Oct. 1342. No returns found. 

17 Edw. Ill, 28 Apr. 1343. No returns found. 

j' Johannes de Bereford 

18 Edw. Ill, 7 June, 1344. { J 

I Nicholaus de Pepblesbury. 

20 Edw. Ill, 1 1 Sept. 1346. I J° hannes de Byhw ? 

I Johannes de Falle. 

21 Edw. Ill, 14 Jan. , 34 f I J ° hanneS FalIe 

I Johannes de Aleston. 

22 Edw. Ill, 3I March, 1348. I J 0 ^™ 63 f * eref ° rd 

I Johannes de Bybury. 

[22 Edw. Ill, I34f, a Parliament had been summoned, but was 
adjourned sine die on account of the plague.] 

t?j ttt -c u o ( Johannes de Bereford 

25 EdW - U1 > 9 Feb ; I35 - i Johannes de Falle. 

25 Edw. Ill, 13 Jan. 135^. No returns found. 

26 Edw. Ill, 16 Aug. 1352. Oxford City not summoned. 



4 6 WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD 

Parliament. 

27 Edw. Ill, 23 Sept. 1353. 



28 Edw. Ill, 28 Apr. 1354, 



Oxford City Members, 
j Johannes de Bcreford 
I Johannes de Stodle\ 
No returns found. 



29 Edw. Ill, 12 and 23 Nov. J Johannes de Seynte Fredesth. 



1355- 

31 Edw. Ill, 17 Apr. 1357. 

32 Edw. Ill, 5 Feb. 135J. 

34 Edw. Ill, 15 May, 1360. 
34 Edw. Ill, 24 Jan. 136^. 

36 Edw. Ill, 13 Oct. 1362. 

37 Edw. Ill, 6 Oct. 1363. 

38 Edw. Ill, 20 Jan. 136^ 
40 Edw. Ill, 4 M ay, i3 66 - 

42 Edw. Ill, 1 May, 1368. 

43 Edw. Ill, 3 June, 1369. 

45 Edw. Ill, 24 Feb. 137?- 
45 Edw. Ill, 8 June, 137 1. 



I Henricus de Malmesbury. 

No returns found. 
{ Johannes de StodM 
1 Johannes de Sancta Frideswida. 
i Petrus le paynter 
I Johannes de Wyndesore. 
( Johannes de Stodle* 
I Johaunes de Bereford. 

{Johannes de Wyndesore 
Galfiidus de Brehulle. 
( Ricardus Wydehay 
1 Johannes Wyndesore. 
f Ricardus Wodehay 
1 Johannes Hertewelle. 
( Johannes de . . . 1 
( Willielmus Northern. 
Johannes Dadynton (? d'Adyn- 
ton) 

Johannes de Benham. 
( Willielmus de Codeshale 
1 Johannes Gibbes. 
f Willielmus de Coteshale 
1 Johannes de Stodle\ 



Willielmus de Coteshale. 
[The writs named certain of the members of the preceding Parliament 
who were to be returned.] 

46 Edw. Ill, 13 Oct. and 13 Nov. ( Willielmus Northerne 
1372. 1 Johannes de Wyndesore. 

Edw III 21 Nov 1373 j Willielmus de Codeshale 

^ W * ' ° 33 j Willielmus Dagevylle. 

50 Edw. Ill, 12 Feb. i37f and f Willielmus de Codeshale 
28 Apr. 1376. I Johannes Gibbes. 

_ . TTT T „ f Ricardus de Garston 

5 1 Edw. Ill, 27 Jan. i 37 f j wmielmm Dagevylle . 



Name illegible. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 47 



3 Rich. II, 16 Jan. i 3 f£ 



Parliament. Oxford City Members. 

r>. , TT ^ . Uta f Willielmus de Codeshale 

1 Rich. II, 13 Oct. 1377. < 

I Johannes Gibbes. 

2 Rich. II, 20 Oct. 1378: at f Willielmus Dageville. 
Gloucester. 1 Alanus Ie spicer. 

r,- , TT . . i Thomas Somerset 

2 Rich. II, 24 Apr. 1379. < 

( Edmundus Kenyan. 

Ricardus (le) mercer 

Garston) 
Johannes Hikkes. 

4 Rich. II, 5 Nov. 1380 : at J Ricardus de Adynton 
Northampton. 1 Edmundus Kenyan. 

5 Rich. II, 16 Sept. and 3 Nov. f Edmundus Kenyan 
1 38 1. I Walterus Bon. 

5 Rich. II, 7 May, 1382. I ^T Und ^ KenJan 

3 ' ' 6 I Walterus Bon. 

6 Rich. II, 6 Oct. 1382. / Walterus Da S eville 

( Willielmus Northerne. 

f Willielmus Northerne 

6 Rich. II, 23 Feb. 138% < TTT , _ 

6 03 I Walterus Dageville. 

t-) • 1 tt >r y-v , 0 f Willielmus Dagville 

7 Rich. II, 26 Oct. 1383. < _ , __. ° 

■ Johannes Hickes. 

7 Rich. II, 29 Apr. 1384: at f Willielmus Dageville 
Salisbury. ( Johannes Hickes. 

o r> • u ' tt xt o f Willielmus Dagevylle 

8 Rich. II, 12 Nov. 1384. < TT-n 

I Johannes Hikkes. 

T, • 1 tt r\ i o f Petrus Welynton 

9 Rich. II, 20 Oct. 1385. \ J 

[ Edmundus Kenyan. 

■J-, • 1 tt r\ * oc f Edmundus Kenyan 

10 Rich. II, 1 Oct. 1386. \ 

(. Thomas Houkyn. 

1 1 Rich. II, 3 Feb. 1 3 8| . { J ohannes Hickes 

I Thomas Somersete. 

12 Rich. II, 9 Sept. 1388: at f Johannes Shawe 
Cambridge. ( Thomas Baret. 

Ricardus Garston 
Alanus Lekenesfeld. 



13 Rich. II, 17 Jan. i 3 f J. I 

t> • i tt xt f Edmundus Kenyan 

14 Rich. II, 12 Nov. 1390. \ J 

I Adam de la River. 

/ Edmundus Kenyan 

15 Rich. II, 3 Nov. 1 39 1. J Johannes Utteworth (or Vyte- 

( worth). 



4» 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Parliament. Oxford City Members. 

16 Rich. II, 20 Jan. 139! : at ( Ricardus Garston 
Winchester. I Johannes Merston. 

■p> • 1 -t-t j „ f Edmundus Kenyan 

17 Rich. II, 27 Jan. i 39 f. 1 / 

( Johannes Forster. 

1 8 Rich. II, 27 Jan. 139J. I J° hanneS Lodelowe 

t Adam de la Ryver. 

•q • 1 tt x a f Adam de la Ryver 

20 Rich. II, 22 Jan. 1397. < J 

1 Walterus Benham. 

21 Rich. II, 17 Sept. 1397, at) . , , . • 

„, A . . Adam de la Ryver 

Westminster; adjourned to r T , - 
o, . t . Johannes Otte worth. 

Shrewsbury, 27 Jan. 13 9 |. ) J 



Thomas Forsthull 
Adam Ryver. 



1 Hen. IV, 6 Oct. 1399. ( Joannes Spicer 

I Johannes Burbrigge. 

2 Hen. IV, 27 Oct. 1400, at 
York; prorogued to 20 Jan. 
140J, at Westminster. 

3 Hen. IV, 30 Jan. 140-I-. No returns found. 
3 Hen. IV, 15 and 30 Sept. f Johannes Spicer 

1402. 1 Walterus Benham. 

5 Hen. IV, 3 Dec. 1403, at | es 
Coventry, and prorogued to t ^ 
14 Jan. i4of, at Westminster. ) 

6 Hen. IV, 6 Oct. 1404. No returns found. 

7 Hen. IV, 15 Feb. i4of, sum- . 

moned to meet at Coventry, Thomas Couele 

changed afterwards to Glou- V T , _ t . 

b , __ , Johannes Otte worth, 

cester; prorogued to 1 st March, 

i4of, at Westminster. ' 

TT txt r\ . f Thomas Coventre 

9 Henry IV, 20 Oct. 1407. { ^ ^ 

11 Hen. IV, 27 Jan. i 4 Jfc sum- . Thomag Coventre 

moned to meet at Bristol, > TT ^ 

ttt I Hu o° Benet. 

changed to Westminster. / 

13 Hen. IV, 3 Nov. 141 1. No returns found. 

14 Hen. IV, 3 Feb. 14 if . No returns found. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 

Parliament. Oxford City Members. 

y -j- -xt i> j- f Thomas Co ventre 

« Hen. V, r 4 May, 1413. { Hugo Benet. 

1 Hen. V, 20 Tan. 141I 'at \ T . 0 , 

_ . 1 \ Johannes Shawe 

Leicester: prorogued to 30 Apr. r „ r , ~ . 

' . 0 Walterus Colet. 

14 14. at Leicester. J 

TT T7 XT f Tohannes Merston 

2 Hen. V, 19 Nov. 1414. < J 

I Thomas Coventre. 

3 Hen. V, 21 Oct. 14 15, prorogued No returns found. 
to 4 Nov. 

J Willielmus Brampton 



3 Hen. V, 


16 March, 141J- 


4 Hen. V, 


19 Oct. 1416. 


5 Hen. V, 


16 Nov. 1417. 


7 Hen. V, 


16 Oct. 1419. 


8 Hen. V, 


2 Dec. 1420. 


9 Hen. V, 


2 May, 142 1. 


9 Hen. V, 


1 Dec. 1421. 



No returns found. 
Thomas Covyntre 
Hugo Benet. 
Thomas Coventre 
Willielmus Brompton. 
Thomas Coventre 
Willielmus Offord. 
\ Willielmus Brampton 

Thomas Coventre. 
f Willielmus Offord 
I Johannes Quarame. 



_ TT T7T xt / Thomas Coventre 

1 Hen. VI, 0 Nov. 1422. < 

y 1 Willielmus Offord, or Ufforde. 

« u ^7T r\ 4. f Thomas Coventre 

2 Hen. VI, 20 Oct. 1423. < 

I Thomas Wilde. 

3 Hen. VI, 30 Apr. 1425. I WillieImus Brampton 

{ Thomas Wilde. 

4 Hen. VI, 18 Feb. 142I : at f Willielmus Offorde 
Leicester. I Thomas Goldesmythe. 

6 Hen. VI, 13 Oct. 1427. J Thomas Coventre 

( Thomas Swanne. 

8 Hen. VI, 22 Sept. 1429. / Thomas Coventre 

( Ricardus Wythigge. 

9 Hen. VI, 12 Jan. i 43 f / Thomas Coventr e 

I Ricardus Wythigge. 



VOL. III. 



1 Name is missing ; the return is torn. 
E 



5 o WOOD'S 

Parliament. 

10 Hen. VI, 12 May, 1432. 

11 Hen. VI, 8 July, 1433. 

14 Hen. VI, 10 Oct. 1435. 

15 Hen. VI, 21 Jan. 143!- 

18 Hen. VI, 12 Nov. 1439. 

20 Hen. VI, 25 Jan. 144 J. 

23 Hen. VI, 25 Feb. 144^. 
25 Hen. VI, 10 Feb. i44f : 
Bury St. Edmunds. 

27 Hen. VI, 12 Feb. 144!. 

28 Hen. VI, 6 Nov. 1449. 

29 Hen. VI, 6 Nov. 1450. 

31 Hen. VI, 6 March, 145I: 

Reading. 
33 Hen. VI, 9 July, 1455. 

38 Hen. VI, 20 Nov. 1459 : 
Coventry. 

39 Hen. VI, 7 Oct. 1460. 



CITY OF OXFORD. 

Oxford City Members. 
( Willielmus Herberfeld 
1 Thomas Wylde. 
j Thomas Daggevyle 
I Johannes Estbury. 
( Thomas Daggevile 
I Thomas Coventre. 
f Johannes Buntyng 
I Thomas Bailly. 

No returns found. 
f Thomas Bailly 
1 Johannes Michell. 
No returns found. 
at f Thomas Dagfelde 
1 Robertus Walford. 
Thomas Wythyg, alderman 
Willielmus Dagvile. 
f Willielmus Newman 
( Oliverus Urry. 
Willielmus Newman 
Johannes Fitzaleyn. 
at f Robertus atte Wode 
I Willielmus Newman. 
No returns found. 
at j Johannes Kenyngton 
1 Reginaldus Skyres. 
Ricardus Spragat 
Robertus atte Wode. 



1 Edw. IV, 4 July, 1 46 1, pro- 
rogued to 4 Nov. 

2 Edw. IV, summoned to meet 
at York, 5 Feb. 146!, and 
prorogued to Leicester, to 
7 March, 146}, and again to 
Westminster, to 29 Apr. 1463. 

7 Edw. IV, 3 June, 1467. 
10 Edw. IV, 26 Nov. 1470. 



No returns found. 
No returns found. 

Willielmus Bedston 
Willielmus Dagvile. 
No returns found. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 

Parliament. Oxford City Members. 

12 Edw. IV, 6 Oct. 1472, dis- f Johannes Goylyn 
solved 14 March, 147^. 1 Stephanus Havell. 

„ Edw. IV, 16 Jan. ««*. / Johannes Seman 

( Henncus Gay. 
22 Edw. IV, 20 Jan. i48|. No returns found 1 . 



1 Rich. Ill, 23 Jan. 148 J, ended No returns found. 
20 Feb. 148^. 



I Hen. VII, 7 Nov. 1485. 
3 Hen. VII, 9 Nov. 1487. 

7 Hen. VII, 17 Oct. 1491, 
solved 5 March, 149^. 

II Hen. VII, 14 Oct. 1495. 
12 Hen. VII, 16 Jan. i49y. 



dis- 



>- No returns found. 



1 Hen. VIII, 21 Jan. i5f£, dis- x 

solved 23 Feb. 

3 Hen. VIII, 4 Feb. igi|. 

6 Hen. VIII, 5 Feb. i 5 i|, dis- . . 

; , -rx r No returns found. 

solved 22 Dec. 15 15. 

14 Hen. VIII, 15 Apr. 1523, at 

Black Friars, London, dissolved 

13 Aug. 

21 Hen. VIII, 3 Nov. 1529, at f Johannes Latton 

London, dissolved 4 Apr. 1536. I Willielmus Flemyng. 
28 Hen. VIII, 8 June, 1536, dis- No returns found. 

solved 18 July. 
31 Hen. VIII, 28 Apr. 1539, dis- No returns found. 

solved 24 July, 1540. 
33 Hen. VIII, 16 Jan. 154J 2 , f . . . Lenthall, armiger 

dissolved. 28 March, 1544. ( ... 3 



1 For this, and the ten succeeding 
Parliaments, no returns have been found 
for any part of England. 

2 It is in the rolls of this Parliament 
that Oxford is called a city for the first 

E 



time. Up to this, it has been borough. 
The bishopric of Oxford was founded, 
in Osney abbey, 1 Sept. 1542. 
3 The returns ;.re mutilated. 

2 



52 WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 

Parliament. Oxford City Members. 

37 Hen. VIII, 23 Nov. 1545, dis- No returns found. 
solved 31 Jan. 1547-. 



1 Edw. VI, 4 Nov. 1547, dis- f Ralph Flaxney 
solved 15 Apr. 1552. I Edward Freurs. 

7 Edw. VI, 1 Mar. 155 J, dis- ( Christoferus Edmonds, armiger 
solved 31 March, 1553. 1 Edwardus Glynton. 



1 Mary, 5 Oct. 1553, dissolved / Johannes Wayte 

5 Dec. I Thomas Wylliams. 

. f Thomas Mallynson 

1 Mary, 2 Apr. 1554. \ 

1 & 2 Phil. & Mary, 1 2 Nov. f Johannes Wayte 

1554. I Willielmus Tylcock. 

2 & 3 Phil. & Mary, 21 Oct. f Johannes Wayte 

1555. I Willielmus Pantre. 

4 and 5 Phil. & Mary, 20 Jan. ( Johannes Barton, generosus 
155J. I Ricardus Williams, generosus. 



14 Eliz., 8 May, 1572, dissolved ^ 
9 Apr. 1583. 



1 Eliz., 23 Jan. i55f, dissolved f Thomas Wood 
8 May, 1559. I Roger Tayller. 

5 Eliz., 11 Jan. 156I, dissolved ( William Page 
2 Jan. 156^. . I Thomas Wood. 

f Edward Knolles, esq. 

[On a writ dated 24 Dec. 
1575, Francis Knolles, esq. was 
elected vice Edward Knolles, 
deceased.] 
William Owen, esq. 

27 Eliz., 23 Nov. 1584, dissolved f Francis Knolles, esq. 

14 Sept. 1585. \ William Noble, alderman. 

28 Eliz., 15 Oct. 1586, dissolved j Francis Knolles, esq. 
23 March, 158^. I George Calfelde, esq. 

30 & 31 Eliz., 12 Nov. 1588, pro- r Sir Francis Knollis (Knowles), 

rogued to 4 Feb. i58f, and < jun., knight 

dissolved 29 March, 1589. ( George Cawfeild (Calfield), gent. 
35 Eliz., 19 Feb. 159I, dissolved / Sir Edmund Carye, knight 

10 Apr. 1593. I George Calfeilde, esq. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 53 



Parliament. Oxford City Members. 

39 Eliz., 24 Oct. 1597, dissolved f Anthony Bacon, esq. 

9 Feb. 159-!. t George Callfeild, esq. 

43 Eliz., 27 Oct. 1601, dissolved f Francis Leigh, esq. 

19 Dec. ' George Calfyld, esq. 



1 lames I, 19 March, i6of, dis- f Sir Francis Leigh, knight 
solved 9 Feb. 161}. 1 Thomas Wentworth, esq. 

12 James I, 5 Apr. 1614, dis- No returns found. 
solved 7 June. 

18 James I, 16 Jan. 162$, dis- f Sir John Brooke, knight 

solved 8 Feb. 162 J. 1 Thomas Wentworth, esq. 

21 Tames I, 12 Feb. 162J, dis- ( . . 

J . ' . J Ihomas Wentworth, esq. 

solved by the Kings death, \ T TTT , . 

/ 0 I John Whistler, esq. 

27 March, 1625. v 



1 Charles I, 17 May, 1625, dis- f Thomas Wentworth, esq. 

solved 12 Aug. 1 John Whistler, esq. 

. T , — . _ _ ,. / Thomas Wentworth, esq., Re- 

1 Charles I, 6 Feb. 162%, dis- ) , _ _ . n 

, ' , , < corder of Oxford 

solved 15 June, 1626. T 

^ J I John Whistler, esq. 

3 Charles I, 17 March, 162 J, f Thomas Wentworth, esq. 

dissolved 10 March, i62|. I John Whistler, esq. 
16 Charles I, 13 Apr. 1640, dis- f Charles, lord Howard 1 

solved 5 May. 1 Thomas Cooper, gent., alderman. 

r ^ 1 t m c \ Charles, lord Howard 

16 Charles I, 3 Nov. 1640. { . . ' , . ^ , „^ ■ 

\ John Whistler, Recorder of Oxford. 

[The Long Parliament ; expelled by Oliver Cromwell, 20 Apr. 
1653-] 

1640. John Smith, esq., vice Charles, 

lord Howard, called to the 

Upper House, 19 Nov. 1640. 

, , f John Nixon, alderman 

14 Dec. 1646. \\ ' 

I John Doyley, esq. 

vice John Whistler and John 

Smith, disabled to sit. 

1 Charles, viscount Andover, eldest baron Howard of Charleton ; succeeded 

son of Thomas Howard, earl of Berk- as 2nd earl of Berkshire in 1669; died 

shire (created 7 Feb. i62f). He was 1679. 
called to the Peers 19 Nov. 1640, as 



54 WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



The Commonwealth. 



Parliament. Oxford City Members. 

Bulstrode Whitlocke, but he elected 
to serve for Bucks, and his 
place was taken by Richard 
Croke, esq. 



Parliament summoned 3 Sept. 
1654, dissolved 22 Jan. 165^. 



Parliament summoned 17 Sept. ) AT , , , 
_ ' „ } No returns found. 
1656, dissolved 4 Feb. 165^. J 

Parliament summoned 2 7 Jan. ( ... Croke \ esq. 

i65f, dissolved 22 Apr. 1659. 1 Unton Croke, esq. 
Parliament summoned 25 Apr. Henry Cary, viscount Falkland., 

1660, dissolved 29 Dec. 1660: 

12 Charles II. 

Charles II. 

13 Charles II, 8 May, 1661, dis- f Richard Croke, Recorder of Oxford 
solved 24 Jan. i67§. 1 Brome Whorwood, esq. 

31 Charles II, 6 March, i67f, f William Wright, esq. 
dissolved 12 July, 1679. I Brome Whorwood, esq. 

31 Charles II, 17 Oct. 1679, dis- ( William Wright, esq. 
solved 18 Jan. 168 J. I Brome Whorwood, esq. 

33 Charles II, 21 March, i68f, 1 wmiam Wri ht 

at Oxford, dissolved 28 March, > _ _„ & ' H 

J Brome Whorwood, esq. 



James II. 

1685, 

solved 2 July, 1687. 



1 l^w^ J/t,tk? ^HtJ^ ^is J gj r George Pudsey, Recorder of 

I Oxford. 



The Convention. 
2 Jan. ( Henry 

i68f, dissolved 6 Feb. i6f J. 1 Sir Edward Norreys, knight. 

William and Mary. 

William & Mary, 10 March, f Henry Bertie, esq. 

i6f§, dissolved 11 Oct. 1695. I Sir Edward Norreys, knight. 



Parliament,' summoned 22 Jan. | Henry Bertie, esq. 



1 Returns torn : probably Richard. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 55 



William III. 

Parliament. Oxford City Members.. 

7 William III, 22 Nov. 1695, dis- / Sir Edward Norreys, knight 
solved 7 July, 1698. 1 Thomas Rowney, esq. 

10 William III, 24 Aug. 1698, f Sir Edward Norreys, knight 
dissolved 19 Dec. 1700. 1 Thomas Rowney, esq. 

11 William III, 6 Feb. 1 70 J, { Thomas Rowney, esq. 
dissolved 11 Nov. 1701. 1 Francis Norreys, esq. 

(Other City Officials.) 

(When we remember that Wood drew up for his University treatise 
lists not only of Vice-Chancellors and Proctors, but of M.P.'s, High 
Stewards, &c, in Wood MS. F 2, as edited by Gutch, and even of 
Bedells, Registrars, and Keepers of Chests, in Wood MS. E 5, we 
may feel some surprise that he did not do the same for his City 
treatise, and collect lists not only of Mayors and Bailiffs, but of High 
Stewards, Recorders, Deputy-recorders, Town-clerks, Town-solicitors, 
and Chamberlains. I have nowhere found in his papers any notes 
to this purpose. The explanation probably is that the City treatise 
was practically abandoned by him about 1666, and never formally 
resumed. 

The following brief notes will serve to show the lacuna, not to 
fill it.) 

Recorders. 

[In 151 1, it is stated, in a draft for a patent of Henry VIII, that 
the election of Recorder had from time out of mind been vested in 
the Mayor and Aldermen ; Ogle's Royal Letters to Oxford, p. 145.] 

... Richard Hall, dead before 151 1. 
151 1, Edmund Bury, elected. 

Robert Atkins, occurs 1574. 
Ralph Sharp, occurs 1588. 

George Calfield, died Oct. 1603 : mentioned, i. 373. 
Robert Atkinson, recognized as existing Recorder in 1605: 
? died 1607. 
1607, Thomas Wentworth, appointed 17 Sept. 
... John Whistler, occurs 1634. 

1658(F), Richard Croke, knighted i68f, died 15 Sept. 1683; Wood's 

Life and Times, iii. 73. 
1683, 17 Sept., Sir George Pudsey. 



56 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



[1687, June, William Wright (junior), el. Deputy-recorder.] 

1688, Sept. 15-Oct. 22, Henry Trinder named Recorder, and William 
Wright (junior) Deputy-recorder, in James II's charter. 

1688, Oct. 22, ? Sir George Pudsey, Recorder; William Wright 
(junior), Deputy-recorder. 

1690, Oct. 23, William Wright (junior), Recorder. 

Town-Clerks. 

1247 (circ), Robert, occurs Town-clerk. 

1265 (circ), Jeffrey, occ. 

1275 (circ), Thomas, occ. 

1275, Richard de Eppewelle, occ. 

1 283-1299, William de Lambourne, occ 

1300 (?), Richard de Waleden, occ. 

1 307-1 3 1 4, John de Aston, occ 

1322-1342, Thomas de Legh, occ: mentioned, i. 303, 422 ; ii. 92. 
134!— 1348, John de Langrissh, occ. 

1351-1386, John de Northampton, occ: mentioned, i. 116. 

1396 (?), William Jervesse, occ 

139^-1405, Nicholas de Norton, occ. 

1 418-1440, Michael Norton, occ. 

1 453-1 469, Thomas Tanfeld, occ. 

148 J, Richard Palton, occ 

* * * * * # 

John Holwaye, or Holloway, recognized as existing Town- 
clerk in James I's patent, 1605; Ogle's Royal Letters to 
Oxford, p. 243. He died 15 May, 16 10. 
1 6 10, John Snow, died 17 Aug. 1613. 

M. Martin, occ. 1660. 
1 661, William Good, died 28 Dec. 1662. 
1663, John Paynton, died July 27, 1681. 
1 68 1, 11 Aug., Edward Prince, elected. 

1684, 29 Sept., Thomas Baker named in Charles IPs patent; Ogle's 
Royal Letters to Oxford, p. 286. Thomas Baker seems 
implied as Town-clerk in James IPs patent, 15 Sept. 1688 
(Ogle, I.e., p. 302, though not named in the proper place, 
p. 301). 

1688, 22 Oct., Edward Prince, reinstated Town-clerk, vice Thomas 
Baker, ejected; Wood's Life and Times, Hi. 280. Prince 
died Apr. 1694. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 57 



1694, 16 Apr., Job Slatford, elected. 
1004. -4 J u l v - Samuel Thurston, elected. 

[The election was disputed in the law-courts and decided in favour 
of Thurston, 19 June, 1700 ; Ogle, /. c, p. 317.] 

High Stewards. 

3 Feb., Sir Francis Knollys, occ. 
1605, 29 Jul}-, Thomas Egerton, viscount Ellesmere, is recognized as 

existing High Steward in James I's patent. 
16 1 2, 22 June, William Knowlys, baron Knowlys of Greys, occurs ; 

Ogle's Royal Letters to Oxford, p. 353. 
1634, Thomas Howard, earl of Berkshire, occ. 

1660, George Villiers, duke of Buckingham, occ. He is recognized 
as existing High Steward in Charles II's patent, 29 Sept. 
1684: he died 16 Apr. 1687. 

1687, ^ a y 2 , James Bertie, earl of Abingdon, elected. 

1688, 15 Sept., Edward Henry Lee, earl of Lichfield, named in 

James II's patent, but ejected 22 Oct. 
1688, Oct. 22, James Bertie, earl of Abingdon, reinstated; Wood's 
Life and Times, iii. 281. 

Chamberlains. 

(The Chamberlains were two officers appointed annually. They 
had the oversight of the property of the City, i. 432, 467 ; drew the 
rents, i. 103, 412; ii. 281; and allocated the expenditure, i. 468. 
The rolls of their accounts, from 1 291-1546, are frequently cited by 
W r ood from Brian Twyne's notes: see i. 155, 195, 230, 242, 251, 
253> 2 54, 255, 305, 312, 421, 422, 426, 457; ii. 282, 495. But 
these are now lost; Wood's Life and Times, iv. 183. 

I give only a few names to indicate the extent of the series.) 

1325, Peter de Ewe, Thomas le iremonger. 
1344, Richard de Wallingford, John Truelove. 
1435, John Bristowe, John Waryn. 
1488, John Smyth (mercer), John Wellis. 



53 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



(Notes about old Oxford families.) 
(fol. 1 360). Off the name Kepeharme' 2 ' in Oxon. 

John. John Kepeharme who lived in King Stephen his time 
(which Stephen began his raigne anno 1136 and raigned till the 
yeare n 54): vide Twyne XXII 248; unde Kepeharme's twychen in 
parochia S. Aldati. Look more there: et p. 326; unde Keepharme 
hall et lane. — John Cepharme, et Hugo (frater) ; Twyne XXIII 106, 
1st line. 

Twyne XXII 340: Johannes Kepeharme et Henricus filius Segrim, 
aldermanni Oxon., Laurentius Kepehar(m)e et Thomas de Tad- 
merton tunc praetores. This was certainly in King Stephen his 
time. It was also when Nigellus was decanus Oxon. Of the said 
Nigellus look in the Catalogue of Chancellors 3 . John Kepeharme 
and Laurence Kepeharme in one charter, V 486. 

Laurence. Twyne XXII 245: Laurence and John Kepeharme 
held Vine hall of the covent of St. Frideswide's before the time of 
Simon, prior of the same, which Simon was prior anno 1219 4 , as in 
Twyne XXII 264. — Here Laurence is set before John Kepeharme, 
which is as much (as) to say that Laurence was father or else elder 
brother to John. 

Laurence Kepeharme and Simon prior cotemporary : liber parvus 
S. Frid., p. 223. Laurence Keepharme, the son of Benedict, vide 
capitulum ultimum in libro de miraculis S. Frideswidae. 

Liber parvus S. Frid., p. 260: Laurence Kepeharme (tempore 
Simonis, prioris), filius Johannis Kepeharme. 

(Joan). Twyne XXIII p. 177: Johanna, daughter of John 
Keepharme, when Peter the son of Turold was maior, who was maior 
anno 1180 as in Twyne XXII 266. He was maior 1233, vide 
Twyne XXIII p. 64, and maior 1255, ut in Twyne XXIII p. 420 — 
which makes me think there were two of that name. 

John. Twyne IV 381 : John Kepeharme et Hugh his brother, 
when portmanmot was in St. Martin's churchyard, and that was not 
long after Osney abbey was founded, and that was anno 1 1 2 9, as in 
Twyne XXII p. 249, which was anno 29 Henr. I, vide Twyne XXIII 
p. 106. 

1 Wood MS. F 29 A, fol. 360-363; 2 This section is made use of in i. 199. 
written in double columns, and dated 3 Wood MS. F 2. 
4 Apr. 8, 1661.' A few of the notes are 4 Date underlined, probably as doubt- 
of later date. ful. 



CHAP. XXXIII. TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. 59 



Laurence. Twyne XXI 342 : Laurence fitz John Kepeharme 
lived when Henry Doilly was constable to Henry the 2nd, which 
Henry began his raigne anno 1154. The said Henry gave to 
Laurence Kepeharme lande in St. Mildred's parish Oxon as their 
appears: et vide Twyne XXIV p. 238. Twyne XXII 333: Laurence 
Kepeharme had lands of the Jews. 

Twyne XXIV 660 : this Laurence Kepeharme was alderman of 
Oxon anno 11 80 or ther abouts, which alderman was then as maior 
is now. In the same charter mention of Radulphus Kepeharme. 

Twyne XXIV 661 : Laurentius Keepharme, aldermannus Oxon, 
Edwinus le Turner, Walterus Pille, ballivi. This was not long after 
the former. 

Of Laurence Kepeharme look at the end of the book of S. Frides- 
wide's miracles writt by Phillip, prior. 

Hugo. Twyne XXII 281 : Hugo Kepeharme and Benedict his 
brother: vide et Twyne XXIII p. 177: et Robertas et Benedictus, 
filii sui, Twyne XXII 281. 

Robert. Twyne XXII 281 : Robert, son of Hugh Kepeharme, 
a benefactor to St. Frid. priory. 

Benet. Twyne XXIII p. 177: Benedict Keepharme, before 
Peter Torald was maior, which was about the year 1180. The said 
Benedict gave Trillmyll to St. Frid. priory : ut in Twyne XXII 332, 
et vide Twyne II 122, ubi mentio est de molendino super pontem. 
Note that Benedict Keepharme had a son called Laurence — vide in 
historia S. Frideswidae. 

Robert. Twyne XXIII p. 142 : Robert Kepeharme, anno 
27 Edw. I (1299). Twyne XXIII p. 166: Sibilla, quondam uxor 
Roberti Kepeharme, anno 15 Edw. II (1321). Twyne XXIII 
p. 315: Sibilla, quondam uxor Roberti Kepeharme, 15 Edw. II 
(132 1 ), where, as it seemes, she married one Henry Barber. 
Twyne XXIII 310: Robertas Kepeharme et Alicia uxor ejus, anno 
18 Edw. I (1290). 

John. Twyne XXIII p. 84 : John Kepeharme had land in 
St. Mildred's parish, tempore Stephani regis. 

Robert. Twyne III p. 598 : messuagium Roberti Kepeharme in 
paroc.hia S. Edwardi. 

John. Twyne II 122 : in King Stephen's confirmation of some 
lands to St. Frid., thus — de terra iuxta venellam quam Johannes 
Kepeharme tenuit, \\s. 

Robert. Twyne IV: Robert Kepeharme de parochia S. Aldati, 
anno 25 Edw. I (1297) : vide illic, p. 144. 



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(William). Will. Kepharme, burgensis Oxon, paroch. S. Aid., 
et Joanna uxor ejus filia Henrici Perle, &c. Hoc fuit tempore 
Robcrti, prions S. Frid., i.e. Olney : liber parvus S. Frid. p. 231, 
cart. 262. 

Robert. Twyne XXIV 654: mentio illic de gabulo tenementi 
Laurentii Kepeharme prope scholam pille in parochia S. Mariae 
Virginis : Nic. de Kingston tunc maior Oxon, Nic. aurifaber, Elyas 
le Quilter, tunc ballivi. 

Laurence. Twyne XXIV 238 : Laurentius, filius Johannis Kepe- 
harme tenebat duas terras de feodo Henrici Doilly filii Henrici Doilly 
constabularii Henrici regis 2 di . — Laurentius Kepeharme terram tenebat 
tempore Hugonis, abbatis Osney, quinam Hugo incepit anno 11 84: 
liber parvus S. Frid. p. 85. — Twyne IV p. 564 b : Laurence Kepe- 
harme travelled, vide: quaere: de anno 4 Ric. I (1193). 

{Alice). Twyne IV p. 569 b: Alicia, uxor Johannis Kepeharme, 
gave two palfrys, according to the custome of Oxon, to marry againe, 
&c. : de anno 7 Johannis (1205). Vide Twyne II p. 39 b. 

(Walter). Twyne XXIV 658 : mention of Walter and John 
Kepeharme, when Adam Feteplace was maior : Galfredus de Henxey 
et Johannes Coleshull, ballivi. 

(John). Twyne XXII 392 : John Kepeharme circa ann. 1186. 

(Radulph). Twyne XXIV 660 : Radulphus Kepeharme tempore 
Laurentii Kepeharme. 

(fol. 360 b). Off the name Torald: Oxon. 

Peter. Twyne XXIII 64 : Peter filius Toraldi, maior Oxon, 
Adam filius Waited et Alewy Draper, praepositi Oxon. Hoc fuit 
tempore Phillipi, prioris S. Fridiswidae, qui scripsit de miraculis 
St. Frid., anno 1180. — Vide the same (p.) 570, when Thomas de 
Staunton was Master of St. Bartholmew's Hospital. — Ibid. p. 83 : 
Petrus filius Turoldi occurrit anno Henrici filii Johannis 17, i. e. 1232. 
■ — Ibid. 577: Petrus filius Toroldi maior Oxon; Laurentius With et 
mace, praepositi, tempore incerto. — Twyne XXII 266: Petrus filius 
Toraldi cordewanarius, ut patet in libro Osney fol. cxii Domini 
Roberti Cotton. Primus nobis occurrit maior 1 Oxon circ. an. Dom. 
1 180, viz. tempore Philippi, prioris. — Twyne XXII 266 iterum : vide 
in charta Willelmi, prioris S. Frideswidae in libro St. Frid. p u 442, et 
ibid, occurrit testis, Petrus Torald, tunc maior Oxon., Laurentius 
Rufus et Robertus Minehot, praepositi : et in charta Samuelis Buffard 

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in parochia S. Ebbae, Petrus filius Toraldi, maior, occurrit, et 
Laurentius Rufus, Alewi et Adam sub muro, tunc praepositi. — Twyne 
XX I II p. 84 : Peter Torald mentioned when John Pady was maior, 
which was anno 1228, ut in Twyne XXII p. 266. — Twyne XXIII 
p. 86: Petrus filius Toraldi maior Oxon, anno 1233, quando Jocius 
fuit prior Praedicatorum Oxon, and that was when they lived in 
St Edward's parish, which was at their first comming to Oxon. — 
Ibid. 93 : Petrus filius Toraldi maior Oxon : in the same charter is 
mention of the Knights Templers who were dissolved anno (1312). 
— Twyne XXIII p. 177: Petrus filius Toraldi, maior Oxon, Walter 
aurifaber et Simon filius Benedicti, praepositi : and this was in the 
time of Joane, the daughter of John Kepeharme ; and when she 
lived, vide proximam paginam superius. — Ibid. 418: Petrus filius 
Toraldi, maior Ox.on, Henricus filius Henrici, Ricardus aurifaber et 
Thomas Crust, praepositi; et hoc fuit tempore Ricardi, comitis 
Cornubiae, vel paulo post. Sed nescio an sub tempore Ricardi 
Plantaginet, qui obiit 1199, vel Ricardi filii regis Johannis qui etiam 
obiit anno 12 71. Consule Vincentium in Catalogo honoris.— Ibid. 
420: Petrus filius Toraldi, maior Oxon, Hugo Fane et Ada Cruste, 
praepositi. Hoc fuit circa an. 40 Henrici III, i.e. 1255. By this it 
should seem that there were two of that name, if one was maior anno 
1 180. — Twyne XXII 286: terra Petri filii Toraldi in parochia 
S. Edwardi. — Twyne III 601 : Petrus filius Toraldi, maior Oxon, 
Alewicus et Ada filius Walteri, praepositi. The time is uncertain, 
but yet it seems antienter then any of these here quoted. — Petrus 
filius Toraldi, maior Oxon, et Laurentius With et maceus, praepositi : 
vidi quod dixi in Kibald street. — Twyne XXIV p. 660 : Petrus filius 
Toraldi, maior Oxon, Ricardus aurifaber et Thomas Cruste, prae- 
positi Oxon: anno incerto. Occurrunt illic alia nomina, viz. Phillippus 
molendinarius, Henricus filius Henrici, Thomas filius Walteri, Lau- 
rentius With, Pentecost, Robert Bodyn, Walter aurifaber, William 
Burgeis, et William Mildecombe : vide ibid. p. 240. — Ibid. 659: in 
charta Thomae filii Henrici de Oxon occurrunt testes Petrus filius 
Toraldi maior Oxon, Ricardus aurifaber, Thomas de St. Edwardo, 
praepositi, Phillipus molendinarius, Henricus filius Henrici, Thomas 
filius Walteri, Galfridus de Stockwell, Robert Bodyn, Pentecost : vide 
et p. 654. — Look when Phillip molendinarius lived, Twyne XXIV 
p. 656 : where he is coetaneus with Richard, abbot of Osney, who 
began to govern anno 1221. — Twyne XXII 258: Petrus filius Turaldi 
had land in the cordwainery Oxon, which was left him by his father 
Torald, and which did belong to St. Frideswide's priory. 



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Torald. Twyne II 122 : Torald in King Stephen's time held land 
of St. Fridcswide's : vide illic bis. Perhaps Toraldus cordwanarius : 
Toraldus allutarius, vide proximam paginam: Twyne XXII 129. 

<fol. 361). Nicholas. Twyne XXII 179 : Nicolas films Toraldi, 
anno 2 Henr. II (1156), ex libro Abendon. Perhaps this Nicholas 
was brother to the aforesaid Peter films Toraldi : vide Catalogue of 
Mayors per Br. Twyne, p. 83. 

Peter. Twyne XXIII 73 : Peter Thorald occurrit inter testes 
quando Adam Fettyplace fuit maior Oxon, et in alia charta apparet 
quod iste Adam fuit maior anno 45 Henrici filii regis Johannis, i. e. 
a. d. 1 26 1. Adam Feteplace vixit tempore Ricardi, abbatis Osney; 
vide Twyne XXII 288, tempore R. Apple tre. — Ibid, in margine, 
Adam Fetteplace dicebatur Toraldus le Ape. 

Henry. Twyne XXIII 83 : Elianora relicta Henrici Torald, 
anno 1257. This Henry Torald I beleive was son to Peter or else 
Nicholas — I rather beleive was son to Peter Torald. 

— Twyne XXIII 571 : A feild called Thoraldsham neare Oxon, 
tempore Edw. III. A hall also called Torald's hall in parochia 
S. Petri orientalis. 

John. Twyne XXIII 267 : John Torald et Agnes uxor ejus, 
anno 13 Edw. Ill (1339}, had land in S. Mary Magdalen parish, 
and also lords of Saucer hall, anno Domini 1339 : vide etiam, p. 135. 

— Twyne XVII 280: Toraldus allutarius Oxon, qui vixit anno 
1 2 14. — Twyne XXIV 656: messuagium Petri Toraldi in parochia 
B. Mar. Virg. Oxon. 

Kobert. Twyne XXII 288 : Robertus Torald filius et haeres 
Roberti Torald dedit abbatiae Osney messuagium in parochia B. Mar. 
Virg. juxta Smithgat. Hoc fuit tempore Ricardi Appletre, abbatis 
Osney, qui praefuit annis 13 et resignavit et obiit 1267, ut in Twyne 
XXIII p. 108.— Torald prope Smitgate, unde Turl vel Torald gate. 

Peter. Twyne XXIII p. 420 : Petrus filius Torald, maior, Hugo 
Fane(?) et Ada Crust, praepositi, circa 40 Henr. Ill (1256), (fee- 
vide Twyne XXIII 69. 

— Liber S. Frid. parvus, p. 228 : terra quae fuit Ricardi filii 
Turoldi super pontem australem : sic in carta Symonis, prioris S. Frid. 

— Nicolas Torald, justitiarius tempore Henrici II, n 79: vide 
Br. Twyne' s Catalogue of Mayors. — Thoraldus, vide Pitseus in 
Append. 1236. These without doubt are descended from the Toralds 
in Oxon: see the names of those that came in at the Conquest in 
Fuller. 

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filius Torald conveys to John Pillet of Oxon his messuage in 
St. Mildred's parish to Radulph de la Wose. 

— These Thoralds or Turalds had divers messuages in St. Mildred's 
and St. Michael's parish at North Gate, from whome, as I thinke, that 
posterne in the north wall called Turle gate took its name from them, 
viz. Turald gate. 

— Twyne XXIII 135: John Torald in parochia S. Mildredae, 
tempore Edw. III. 

— Turoldus, A 122 : Ricardus filius Turoldi, ut supra ex libro 
S. Frid., F 115: Galfredus Turold : Petrus Turold : Henry Torald, 
Twyne XXIII 83 (anno) 1257 : Thomas filius Torald le Ape, 
Twyne XXIII 112 : tempore incerto. 

(fol. 361b). Of the name of Stockwell, Oxo?t. 

Nicholas. Twyne XXIV 657 : the wittnesses to a charter there 
are thus — his testibus, Nicholao de Stockwell tunc maiore Oxon, 
Will, le seynter et Galfrido aurifabro tunc praepositis Oxon : Hen. 
Simeon ; Rob. molendinario ; Phillippo fratre suo ; Ada Crust ; et 
Will, de O ; et aliis. Vide iterum in eadem pagina. And in the said 
charter Peter Torald is a party concerned in it, wherefore he was 
maior about his time. Vide in nomine Torald. Look when Phillip, 
molend. aforesaid lived, Twyne XXIV p. 656. 

Nicholas. Twyne XXIII p. 258 : Nicholas de Stockwell, 
burgensis Oxon, anno 45 Henr. Ill, i.e. 1261. When he lived, 
vide A. W. 95. 

Nicholas. Twyne XXIV 653 : the wittnesses to a charter there 
are thus— his testibus, Nic. de Kingston, tunc maiore Oxon, Will, 
de O, Joh. Pady, tunc ballivis Oxon, Nic. de Stockwell, Phillipo Pady, 
Galf. de Hengsey, Walt, aurifaber, Adam filio Walteri, Rob. molen- 
dinario, et aliis. — Nicholas de Kingston was maior anno 1261 : vide 
in eadem pagina ad imum. 

Nicholas. Twyne XXIV 658: in another charter there, these 
wittnesses, Ada Feteplace, maiore Oxon, Joh. de Coleshull, Ric. filio 
Nicolai, tunc ballivis Oxon, Nicolao de Stockwell, Nic. de Kingston, 
John Pady, Walter aurifabro, Will. Burgeys, Will. Bodyn, burgensibus 
Oxon: vide et p. 657. — Ibidem in another — these — Ada Feteplace, 
maiore, Galf. aurifabro, Ric. filio Nicolai, praepositis, Nic. de Stock- 
well, Nic. de Kingston, Hen. de Anna tunc rectore ecclesiae S. Mildrith, 
Will. Bodyn, Tho. de Gareford, &c. This seems to be antienter then 
the former. — This Adam Feteplace was maior diverse years togeather. 
One of the yeares was anno 45 Henr. Ill, i.e. 1260: vide Twyne 



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XXII 266, ct Twyne XXIII p. 258.— Twyne III p. 598: Nic. 
de Stockwell, a wittncss lo a charter, anno 1260, vide et 597. — 
Twyne XXII p. 290: area Nicolai de Stockwell in Stockwell Street 
— this was a pretty while before anno 1256. 

Aegidius. Twyne XXIII 71 : Aegidius de Stockwell lived in the 
time of William, abbat of Osney, which William died anno 1284. He 
lived in St. Peter in the East. — -Twyne XXIII p. 441 : Aegidius 
Stockwell et Alicia uxor ejus, tempore Edw. I, et convenit cum prae- 
dicto tempore: vide ibid. p. 441, tempore Edw. I, ubi illi occurrunt. 

Phillip. Twyne XXIII p. 755: Phillip de Stockwell, when 
Nicholas de Kingston was maior, which was anno 1271, the same 
yeare that Adrian was maior and Waleys and Rokest sherriffs of 
London. 

Galfridus. Twyne XXIII p. 427 : in a charter there, very antient 
as it seemes, these wittnesses occur — Galfridus de Stockwell, maior 
Oxon, Will, de Winton et Will. Penyverthing, praepositi ; Thoma 
scriptore, et aliis. — Twyne XXIII 577, in another, these — Galfr. de 
Stockwell, maior Oxon, Will, de Wynton et Will, [forte iste Will, fuit 
idem cum Will. Penyfarthing supra] filio Willelmi, tunc praepositis : 
tempore incerto. — Ibid. 578 : in another againe, these — his testibus, 
Galf. de Stockwell, tunc maiore, Will, le espicer et Will, parmenter, 
praepositis : tempore incerto. — Ibid. 327 : mention of Galfred Stock- 
well, anno 26 Edw. I, which is a. d. 1297. There is mention also as 
if he was owner of Stocwell mede prope prioratum S. Frideswidae. 

Peter. Twyne XXI p. 474 : Peter de Stockwell in Stockwell 
street. This is taken out of the old book of St. Frid. and seemes to 
be very antient : vide A. W. p. 93. — Look more in Stockwell street. 

Galfridus. Twyne XXIV 654 : Galf. de Stockwell, contemporaneus 
cum Petro filio Toraldi. Twyne XXIII p. 64 : prata Galfridi Stock- 
well et Petri Thoraldi in parochia S. Michaelis australis (anno) 1247. 
— Twyne XXI p. 57 : mentio Galfredi de Stockwell. 

(fol. 362). Nicholas. Twyne III. 597: in a charter there, at 
the first foundation of Merton College,- these wittnesses — Ada Fete- 
place, tunc maiore: Nic. de Kingston, Nich. de Stockwell, Walter 
aurifaber, John de Coleshull ; cum aliis. 

Richard. Twyne XXIV 652 : inter testes illic, ad chartam 
Phillippi molendinarii, sic — his testibus Petro filio Walteri, Roberto 
filio Oeyn, Ricardo de Stockwell, Johanne Pady, Roberto filio 
Laurentii, Roberto Burewald, &c. 

Phillip. Twyne IV 564 : Phillip Stockwell had a great house 
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afterwards came to John Oxon, bishop of Norwich. Hoc fuit circa 
7 Edw. I (1279). The said Phillip had another corner house there, 
which the said bishop had of him : ibid. The same bishop had 
scholam legum (in) parochia B. Mar. : ibid. 

Aegidius, films Galf. de Stockwell, vide Twyne XXII 263 ; vide 
Collect, ex libro S. Frid. p. 99. 

Of the name of Halegod, Oxon. 

Andrew. Twyne III p. 638: Andreas Halegod gave Herborow 
hall in Catte street to St. John Baptist Hospital Oxon., and granted 
by John Halegod, I suppose his son. — Look the same in Twyne XXIII 
p. 206. — Twyne XXIV 654 : the said Andrew Halegod gave a portion 
of land in St. Marie's parish to the nunns of Stodley : the wittnesses 
names are, Phillip molendinarius, Rob. Oweyn, Peter films Toraldi, 
Galf. de Stockwell, Will, aurifaber, Phillip Pady, et aliis ; from which 
names it's gathered that he was contemporarie with them. Of 
which Peter Torald was maior about the yeare 11 80, and lived in 
King Henry IFs time. — Twyne XXIII 205 : Andrew Halegod owner 
of the mill and turrell in St. John's parish, Oxon ; tempore incerto. 
— Twyne III 640 : Andrew Halegod had interest in Brondes hall, in 
parochia S. Petri in Oriente: sine dato. — Twyne XXII 286 ad imum: 
mentio seldae Andreae Halegod in draperia in parochia S. Martini, 
et Twyne XXIII p. 85. — Twyne XXII 132: Andrew Halegod gave 
a house in St. Marie's parish to the University. 

John. Twyne XXIII 206 : John Halegod as above, tempore 
incerto. — Twyne XXI 736: tenementum Johannis Halegod. — Twyne 
III p. 591 : John Halegod had land where Merton College now stands 
(perhaps the same that Andrew Halegod, above expressed, had). 
He died before anno 1267 : vide illic. — Twyne XXIV 240: amongst 
the wittnesses to a charter there, is mentioned Petrus fllius Toraldi et 
Johannes Alegod, by which one may know by Torald's time when 
John Alegod lived : vide supra in nomine Torald : et de Johanne 
Halegod iterum, in proxima pagina. — John Halegod, Alius Laurentii, 
vide in North East Ward in Wyrchester hall in vico S. Mildredae. 

Radulph. Twyne XXIV 655 : Radulphus Halegod for the health 
of his and his wifes' (Matild and Agnes) soules gave to the nunns of 
Stodley lands in Halywell. His testibus, Petro filio Toraldi, Roberto 
Oweyn, Phillip molendinarius; and this was about the year 1241, as 
appears by the next charter that follows there. 

Laurence. There is alsoe Laurence Halegod wittness to it : 

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perhaps he may be his son. — Ibid. 660 ; in a charter there, thus : — 
his testibus, Laur. Kepeharme, tunc aldermanno Oxon, Tho. filio 
Cile, Oweno, Roberto filio ejus, Laurentio filio Wiardi, Ada Rufo, 
Rad. Halegod, Tho. filio Godwini, Waltero le Knit, Bernardo coco, 
et pluribus aliis de fidelibus domini regis, de Oxon. — Vide in nomine 
Kepeharme when Laurence Kepeharme lived, &c. 

<fol. 362 b>. John. Twyne XXI 473 et Twyne XXII 255: 
John Halegod lived somtimes in that hall called after Bedell hall 
and was tenant to Richard the son of Richard Segrim, &c. — 
Twyne XXIII p. 174 : John Halegod somtimes lord of Vine hall. 

Radulph. Twyne XVII 280: Rad. Halegod anno T214: vide. — 
Look more in Halygode hall and Halygod lane, both in St. Peter's 
parish in the Bayly. 

Andrew. Twyne III 601 : item tenent in dominico unum tene- 
mentum in eadem villa in parochia S. Johannis de dono Andreae 
Halegod, sed de quibus tenetur in capite aut per quod servitium, 
nescitur. Ita, viz., in certificatorio terrarum et tenementorum in villa 
Oxon. modo in tenura Universitatis existentium : ex rotulo inquisitionum 
generalium de tempore Edw. I in turre London : Harus in Memorab. 
fol. 19. Istae terrae pertinent ad situm Coll. Merton. 

Of the name of Bodyn, Oxon. 

Robert. Twyne XXIV 660 : in a charter there, these wittnesses — 
Petrus filius Toraldi, maior Oxon; Ric. aurifaber, et Tho. Crust, 
propositi : Phillip molendinarius, &c, et Rob. Bodyn, Walter auri- 
faber, et Will. Burgeys. — Twyne XXIV 659 ad imum: there occurrs 
againe Robert Bodyn, when Peter Torald was maior, Ric. aurifaber et 
Tho. de S to Edwardo, praepositi. 

William. Twyne XXIV 657 : William Bodyn in a charter where 
Nicholas de Stockwell, maior, and William de Ewe and Galf. le mercer, 
ballives, are wittnesses, besides these following, Nic. de Kingston, 
John Pady, &c. — Ibid. 658 ad imum : Will. Bodyn, burgensis Oxon, 
againe, when Adam Feteplace was maior, John Colleshulle, Ric. filius 
Nicolai, ballives, Nic. de Stockwell, John Pady, et alii burgenses, 
Oxon, which was anno 1261 : vide in nomine Feteplace. 

Richard. Twyne XXII 263 : Julian, the relict of Richard Bodyn, 
gave 5J. per annum out of (a) tenement in St. Mildred's parish, 
afterwards called Hampton hall : Adam Feteplace being then maior. 

(fol. 363). Stephen. Roger. Twyne IV 635 et p. 10 ad fig. 10 : 
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Galfredi le orfeur 4 messuagia cum pertinentiis in suburbio Oxon ut 
jus suum per breve de recto patens. This was the 18 of Edw. I, 
which was anno 1285. — Twyne XXIII p. 308: Roger Bodyn obiit 
circa annum 18 Edw. I. 

Robert. Radulph. Twyne IV 635 et p. 10 ad fig. 12 : Robertus 
Bodyn et Radulphus films ejus habuerunt terras in suburbio Oxon, 
anno supradicto 1285. — Robert Bodyn occurrit anno 6 et 7 Edw. I 
(1278): vide Twyne IV 454: et Alicia uxor quae habuit terras in 
suburbio Oxon : vide ibid. p. 12 ad fig. 23. 

Henry. Henry Bodyn : vide in aula Bodyni : vide in Bodyne's 
Lane. — Twyne IV p. 565 : Robert Body(n), tempore Edw. I. — Liber 
parvus St. Frid. : mentio est illic p. 223 de Simone, priore S. Frid., et 
Henrico Bodyn, cotemp. Simon fuit prior 1225 : vide an non : vide 
A. W. p. 101. 

(fol. 363 b). 0/ the name Burewald, Oxon. 

William. Twyne XXIV 658 : terra Willelmi Borewald, quondam 
in parochia S. Mildridae : soe in a charter wittnessed by Adam Fete- 
place, maior of Oxon, John Coleshull, Ric. filius Nicolai, ballives, as 
also Nic. de Stockwell, Nic. de Kingston, John Pady, and other 
burgesses of Oxon. The said Adam Feteplace was maior anno 1260, 
and 'tis said here that it was the land quondam Willelmi Borewald, 
which .notes that he lived before this date here specified. — Selda 
Willelmi Burewald in parochia S. Martini in draperia, tempore 
Thomae sub muro, maioris, et Coleshull et Hengstey, praeposit. : 
Twyne XXIII 85. 

Walter. Twyne XXIV 653 : Walter (the son of William Bore- 
wald) who had 4 acres of meadow behind Osney and which did 
descend jure hereditario to Clementia, the daughter of Robert Oweyn, 
somtimes of Oxon : which Clementia amongst other tenements in 
Oxon gave to the nuns of Stodley. The wittnesses to this charter 
were Nic. de Kingeston, maior of Oxon, Will, de O and John Pady, 
then ballives, Nic. de Stockwell, Phillip Pady, Galf. de Henxey, Rob. 
molendinarius, &c. Nic. de Kingston was maior 1271. — Henry Owen 
filius Roberti Owen: Adamo Feteplace tunc maiore, Galf. aurifabro 
et Ric. filio Nicolai, praepositis. 

Robert. Twyne XXIV 652 : in a charter there, these wittnesses, 
Roberto Burewald, Petro filio Walteri, Roberto filio Oweyn, Ricardo 
de Stockwell, John Pady, &c. ; and this was, by circumstance, in 
King Henry III his time. 

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Roger. Twyne XXIII 577 : Roger Borewald, owner of Brodyeate, 
in parochia S. Petri Ball., sold it to Simon de London, Galf. de 
Stockwell being then maior, Will, de Wynton et Will, filius Willelmi, 
praepositi, &c. 

Lambert. Twyne XXII 281, 334: Lambert Borewald sells his 
house in St. Mildred's parish to Reginald de Hulmo anno 1262, and 
he gives it to St. Frideswide's priory, &c. : et sic liber S. Frid. parvus, 
p. 190: et in carta 222, pag. 101 ibid., mention of William Burewald, 
and William de O in a chart of William, prior S. Frid. This is in 
St. Mildred's parish, and seemeth to be the son of Lambert Burewald. 
Mention again in p. 258, in William, prior, i. e. de Sancto Aldato. 

Dionis. Twyne XXIII p. 507 ; amongst the writings belonging 
to St. Michael's parish in the north, in a certaine rentall there anno 
9 Henry VI (1431), thus: 'item de tenemento quondam Dyonisiae 
Burewald nuper incluso in novum hospitium ubi corona est signum, 
1 3 s. ^d! : and this, I suppose, is one of the tenements that she gave 
towards a chantry here, as it will appear by what follows. — Twyne 
XXIII p. 510: in another account in the said writings belonging to 
St. Michael's parish thus : ' item, pro obtinenda charta domini regis pro 
reditu ejusdem capellae (scil. (a) Dionys Burewald fundatae, quam 
puto fuisse capellam et cantuariam S. Catherinae) et ecclesiae ab 
escaetore domini regis salve et secure custodiendo, xxs.' — Dionis 
Burwald, vide illic, 509. Look more in Burewald hall and Bure- 
wald's lane, &c. — Twyne XXIII p. 420 : Dionis Burewald lived 
when Petrus filius Torald was maior, Hugo Fane et Adam Crust, 
praepositi, circa ann. 40 Hen. Ill (1256). She had a messuag in 
St. Michael's parish in the north. 

(Ra&ulph). Twyne I 125: Radulph Burewold, tempore regis 
Johannis (explicit fol. 363 b). 



(CHAPTER XXXIV.) 



The divers liberties granted to the Towne. 

(This is the heading (see i. 38) of a proposed chapter for Wood's 
City treatise. Had Wood written it, it would have been the longest, 
most important, and, in many respects, the most interesting chapter 
in the whole book. In Oxford there is not merely the interest of 
tracing out the historical differentiation of civic functions, judicial, 
administrative, commercial ; but there is, for century after century, the 
ebb and flow of the fierce contest for supremacy in these several 
functions between the rival corporations of the City and the University. 
In the voluminous MSS. of Brian Twyne (Wood's Life and Times, iv. 
202-222) the documents dealing with the City privileges and their 
relation to those of the University are very numerous, so numerous 
in fact that their very bulk may have been a reason why even Anthony 
Wood did not attempt to reduce them to system. The chapter would 
have been also a stupendous chapter in the record of human folly. 
Had the money which was spent by the University in the seventeenth 
century alone on fruitless suits about petty privileges been devoted to 
the Library, the Bodleian would now be beyond question the first 
library in the whole world, and the name of Oxford also in other 
aspects of learning ' trebly great.' 

Many of the charters in Ogle's Royal Letters to Oxford (1892) 
would have been analyzed in this chapter. 

Wood, apparently, intended to handle not only the general privileges 
of the City, but also the special privileges of its separate gilds. At 
least, such is the conclusion we may draw from the solitary fragment 
of the chapter which remains to us. 

In the Old Catalogue of Wood's MSS., article 56 (fol. 368, 369) of 
Wood MS. F 29 A is described as ' The incorporation of the company 
of shoemakers.' This paper, long missing from Wood MS. F 29 A, 
is now to be found in the present Wood MS. F 31 (Wood's Life and 
Times, iv. 247), as fol. 126, 127. It is a transcript (in a law-clerk's 



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hand, not in Wood's hand) of a charter, 4 Edw. IV (1464), which 
goes back, by inspexmus through Ric. II, Edw. Ill, Edw. II, Hen. Ill, 
to a charter of Henry II. In that charter Henry II confirmed to the 
1 corvesarii 1 ' of Oxon all the ' liberties and customs ' they had had in 
the time of Henry I, viz. that they should have a gild of their own, 
and that no one should do their work in the city of Oxford unless 
he was of this gild, and that the ' cordwanarii ' should be of this 
gild. Henry Ill's confirmation of this was given ' apud Wudestoke, 
18 Dec. anno regni 45/ i.e. 1260. Edward II by a charter dated 
'apud Yorke, 3 Junii anno regni 12/ i.e. 13 18, had extended this 
privilege so that the 'corvesarii et corduanarii' should control not 
only the city but the suburbs of Oxon : ' quod nullus ... in eadem 
villa Oxon aut suburbiis ejusdem villae corduanum aut corium tannatum' 
should handle, unless of the gild : the witnesses are W., archbishop of 
York; J., bishop of Norwich; J., bishop of Ely (Chancellor) 2 ; Adomar 
de Valence, earl of Pembroke ; Johannes de Britannia, earl of Rich- 
mond ; Humphrey Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex. 

A second fragment of Wood's collections for this chapter is noticed 
in the same catalogue, where article 54 (fol.358) is said to be ' Collections 
concerning the Jews in Oxford/ This has long been missing from 
Wood MS. F 29 A, and its present whereabouts, if it still exists, is 
unknown.) 

1 See Ogle's Royal Letters to Oxford, High Chancellor 1319-1320 ; Aymer 
pp. 28, 29. de Valence, earl of Pembroke 1296- 

2 William de Melton, archbishop of 1323; John de Dreux, earl of Richmond 
York 1 3 16- 1 340; John Salmon, bishop 1 306-1334; Humphrey de Bohun, earl 
of Norwich 1299-1325; John de of Hereford 1297-132 1, 

Hotham, bishop of Ely 1316-1337, Lord 



(CHAPTER XXXV.) 



The Franchises, Liberties, or Limits. 

(Wood intended (see i. 381 to write an account of the municipal 
boundary 1 of Oxford, but has nowhere done so. He alludes in one 
or two places to the special points which the authorities passed when 
they annually beat the City bounds (' goe their franchises '), e.g. i. 416, 
-P5> 453- 460. 465,. 467. 

Had the chapter been written in full, it would have been a long 
one, since there was much controversy about the limits of the City 
jurisdiction. 

References to controversies as regards the boundary of the City 
are as follows — on the north, as regards Port-meadow, i. 615; as 
regards North-gate hundred, i. 280, 341; as regards Holywell, i. 
2 ^o, 377; 378, 380, 381. 385 ; on the east, as regards S. Clement's, 

i. 280, 2$2. 286 : on the west, as regards Osney island, and Rewley, 

ii. 200. 215. 301 (Wood's Life and Times, iv. 180), and Binsey, i. 630. 
Cp. the idea that on the south the old boundary, i. 416, 418. had been 
altered, i. 279, 418. 421. 422. 460, 465. 

The text of the earliest document which sets out the municipal 
boundary of Oxford is printed in Prof. Thorold Rogers' Oxford City 
Documents (0. H. S.. 1891), p. 300: see ibid. p. 299.) 

1 1 libertas Oxon./ i. 467 ; ; the franchises of Oxford,' i. 465. 



{CHAPTER XXXVI.) 



The Spirituall Government, first, by Archdeacons, then, by 
Bishops, with a catalogue of each. 

(Wood made some collections towards this chapter. 

(i) In Wood MS. E 3 (O. C. 8567) he has— 

A Catalogue of Archdeacons of Oxford. But Hardy's Le Neve's 
Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae renders it superfluous to print that Catalogue 
here. 

(ii) In his account of the cathedral church he gives what is 
practically, for his period, — 

A Catalogue of Bishops of Oxford: see ii. 8-13. 

He has nowhere, to the best of my knowledge, any general treatise 
about the jurisdiction of the archdeacons, and subsequently of the 
bishops, which would have served for the first part of his projected 
chapter. For these points the reader may be referred to the Rev. 
Edward Marshall's History of the Diocese of Oxford. 

In place of the missing chapter, I give here a summary of pre- 
Reformation institutions in the city of Oxford, drawn up by me from 
transcripts made 1 from the Lincoln Episcopal Institution-books by 
Mr. Alfred Gibbons. Four points may be noticed in these as being of 
accidental interest : — 

(i) The extraordinary imperfection of the episcopal registers, the 
number of institutions unrecorded far exceeding the number given. 

(ii) The pestilence, as I suppose, which swept Oxford of its 
parochial clergy in 1349. 

(iii) The endeavour made by a newly appointed bishop (see 
S. Michael's at North Gate, 130^) to secure a modicum of knowledge 
in presentees. 

(iv) The far-spread and close-meshed net of Papal ' provisions/ 
which enclosed even small benefices like S. Michael's at North Gate. 



1 In May 1889. 



CHAP. XXXVI. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 73 



I may add also that, besides the entries here given, these papers 
give institutions to Begbroke, Cowley, Headington, Iffley, Kidlington 
(Cudlington), Marston, Sandford, Wilcot (Wiuelescote), and Yarnton 
(Erdington) in Oxfordshire.) They are in the hands of the Committee 
of the Oxford Historical Society. 

All Saints Church. 

The institutions all run ' ad ecclesiam Omnium Sanctorum, Oxon./ 
and thus give no warrant for Wood's assumption (ii. 107) that the 
church was formally made a vicarage. The annual payment to 
S. Frideswyde's priory was ordered by bishop Hugh Wells, not by 
S. Hugh of Avalon (ib.). 

Patron: — Prior et Conventus S. Frideswyde, Oxon, down to 1326. 
. . . 1 : Jacobus, capellanus, presentatus per priorem et conuentum 
S. Fretheswythe ad ecclesiam Omnium Sanctorum de Oxon. . . . 
Concessa est eis ab episcopo pensio trium marcarum. 
1248: Mag. Willielmus Wynter, subdiaconus. 

1263: Mag. Ricardus de Staumford, subdiaconus: vac. by res. 
domini Reginaldi 2 , ultimi rectoris. Institutus fuit apud Ting- 
hurst xviii kal. Julii anno gratie m°cc°lx° tercio: salva dictis 
priori et conventui de dicta ecclesia debita et antiqua pensione. 

1269, 1 Dec, at Tingehurst: 'commendavit Dominus Episcopus' 
(Richard de Gravesende) 'ecclesiam Omnium Sanctorum Oxon. 
magistro Willielmo de Dunham, clerico, per priorem et con- 
uentum Sancte Frediswide Oxon. ad ipsam presentato ut ipsam 
titulo commendationis licite valeat retinere : et super hoc habuit 
literam patentem, sicut ex alia parte s rotuli continetur directe ex 
opposite' 

1290, 20 Sept.: Johannes de Chircehull, capellanus: vac. by death of 
Mag. Willielmus, late rector. 

1 31 6, 10 Aug. : Mag. Alanus de Coningburgh, acolitus : vac. by death 
of John de Chirchehull : pres. by King Edward II, ' racione 
prioratus S. Frideswide, Oxon. vacantis et in manu sua existentis.' 

1 31 9, 13 June: Willielmus de Bibury, presbiter, incumbent of Corn- 
well, by exchange with Willielmus de Wykerslee, rector of 
All Saints. 

Patron : the bishop of Lincoln, down to 1429. 

1 From a roll of bishop Wells (cons. 2 ? de Hulmo, ii. 106. 
20 Dec. 1209, died 8 Febr. 123^), 3 The letter patent is transcribed on 

without dates ; probably not prior to the back of the roll. 
1220. 



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1349, 1 Nov. : Dominus Johannes Kyngesman, de Wakerle, presbiter. 

i35y, 5 March : Johannes de Bannebury, clericus. 

136 1, 11 July: Mag. Johannes Clerk, de Nauesby, clericus : vac. by 

death of Mag. Johannes Nikelyn. 
1403, 14 July: Mag. Thomas Naffyrton, clericus: vac. per mortem 

Johannis Hynkley, ultimi rectoris. 
All Saints Church: chantry of S. Anne (ii. 107). The institu- 
tions are 'ad perpetuam cantariam capellae S. Anne in eccl. Omn. 
Sanct. ville Oxon.'; 'ad perpetuam capellaniam altaris S. Anne 
sitam in eccl. Omn. Sanct. Oxon.' Patron, the Mayor of Oxford, 
' ratione officii sui.' 

Bp. Richard Fleming had intended, by his foundation-charter of 
Lincoln College, Dec. 19, 1429, to confer this chantry on his College. 
But the agreement with the City was, for some cause, not carried out 
till the time of bishop Thomas Rotheram. 

1351, 26 June: ordinatio cantariae in ecclesia Omnium Sanctorum, 
Oxon. 

135 1, 28 Sept. : commission by John Gynewell, bishop of Lincoln, to 
Thomas de Cudlington, abbot of Osney, ' ad recipiendum pre- 
sentationem et quamcunque personam quam idoneam inveneritis 
ad cantariam in capella beate Anne in ecclesia Omnium Sanc- 
torum Oxon., pro anima Nicholai de Burcestr. defuncti quondam 
civis Oxon ordinatam, ista vice per patronos ejusdem nobis 
presentandam, necnon ad instituendum, &c.' Certificate of the 
abbot that he had admitted to the chantry Alexander de S. Albano, 
presbiter, presented by John de ffalle, John Cary, and John 
Longerusch, executors of the will of Richard Cary. 

1 3fjr> 2 7 Febr. : Ricardus Resynden., presbiter : vac. by res. of 
dominus Johannes Clerc de Casteacr. : pres. by dominus Alex- 
ander Sporman, rector ecclesiae Omn. Sanct. Oxon. 

I 37i> J 5 Febr. : Johannes fforster, presbiter: vac. by res. of dominus 
Ric. de Rysynden. : pres. by Alex. Sporman, rector eccl. Omn. 
Sanct. Oxon. 

1387, 25 Dec: Ricardus de la Thoue : pres. by Richard Carston 
(i. e. Garston), mayor. A commission had sat to examine 
the title. 

I 39fj 11 Jan.: Mag. Willielmus Wotton, presbiter: vac. by death of 
Mag. Ricardus Towne : pres. by Thomas Somerset, mayor. 

1394, 9 Nov.: Willielmus Brayn'., presbiter, incumbent of Quenton., 
pres. by Will. Dagvyle, mayor, having exchanged with Will. 
Wotton alias Luddelowe, late chaplain. 



CHAP. XXXVI. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 



1397, 9 Nov.: Johannes Leeman, vicar of Enstan, presbiter, pres. 

by Walter Roone 1 , mayor, having exchanged with dominus 

YYillielmus Patteshull, late chaplain. 
1399, 14 Aug.: Johannes Legh, capellanus : vac. by res. of dominus 

Johannes Leman : pres. by Walter Bowne, mayor. 
1 4 if, 8 March: Mag. Johannes Legh, in artibus magister, presbiter: 

vac. per resignationem ejusdem Mag. Johannes Leegh : pres. by 

John Gybbes, mayor. 
1422, 2 June: Robertus Beuerley, presbiter: vac. by res. of Mag. 

Johannes Lygh : pres. by William Brampton, mayor. 
1440, 8 Nov.: Johannes Carkek 2 : vac. per mortem domini Johannis 

Neuby : pres. by Thomas Bayllye, mayor. 
1442, 29 June: Egidius Hamond, presbiter: pres. by Thomas 

Bayllye, mayor, ' racione maioritatis suae.' 
144}, 24 Febr. : Thomas Cuthbert, presbiter, incumbent of Radnashe, 

pres. by Thomas Dagfeld, mayor, having exchanged with Egidius 

Hamond, late chaplain. 
1458, 30 Apr.: Mag. Robertus Calthorp : pres. by Richard Spragot, 

mayor. 

All Saints Church: chantry of the Holy Trinity (ii. no). 
Founded by John Stodley ; the patronage came, by attainder of 
Sir Robert Tresilian, to Richard II ; and was acquired by New 
College. 

The, institutions run 'ad perpetuam cantariam S. Trinitatis in 

ecclesia parochiali Omn. Sanct. Oxon/ Patron: Custos, socii, et 

scholares Collegii S. Marie de Wynton in Oxon. 

1388, 13 Apr.: Ricardus Resyngdon, presbiter: pres. by Richard II, 
racione terrarum et tenementorum quae fuerunt Roberti Tresulian, 
chiualier, in manu sua per judicium in parliamento redditum 
existentium ad cantariam in ecclesia Omnium Sanctorum Oxon. 
per Johannem Stodley nuper fundatam. 

1406, 29 Dec: Dominus Robertus Oppy, capellanus: vac. by res. of 
Dominus Ric. Rysyndon: pres. by New Coll., and so always 
afterwards. 

141 J, 14 Jan.: Robertus Hete: vac. by institution of Robert Hopy, 
late chaplain, to another benefice 'non compatibilis cum dicta 
cantaria,' as certified by a commission, consisting of 

Th. Naserton, rector of All Saints ; Th. de Burstogh, rector 
of St. Mildred's ; John Motson, rector of Hayford superior ; 
Dominus John VrTord, rector of Sulthorn ; John Felton, vicar of 
1 rectius Bowne. 2 or Carkel. 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



St. Mary Magdalen; and Mag. John Collys, vicar of Kydde- 
lyngton. 

1 4 1 1 , 25 Jan.: Dominus Thomas Burstogh, rector ecclesiae paro- 
chialis S. Mildredc, Oxon, by exchange with Robert Hete, late 
chaplain. 

1420, 13 July: Walterus Blanket, presbiter : vac. byres, of Nicholaus 
Cosyn, late chaplain. 

1420, 9 Dec: Dominus Robertus Lardener, vicarius perpetuus eccle- 
siae parochialis de Ambresdom : by exchange with Dominus 
Walter Blanket. 

1 42 J, Jan. 1 : Johannes Wellys, presbiter: vac. by res. of Thomas 
Lardyner. 

1449, 20 Nov.: Johannes Thomas, presbiter: vac. by res. of Mag. 

Willielmus Peryn, in artibus magister, late chaplain. 
1455, 1 March, at Leicester by the archbishop's (John Stafford) 

commissary, during vacancy of see : Johannes Charles, capel- 

lanus : vac. by res. of dominus John Thomas, late chaplain. 
1460, 20 Oct.: Mag. Johannes Balon., in legibus bac. : vac. 'per 

sententiam privacionis et perpetue amocionis domini Johannis 

Charles, ultimi capellani ejusdem, propter neglectam curam 

cantarie predicte in non residendo contractam ' : pres. by 1 Seynt 

Mary College of Winchestr. in Oxenford.' 
1470, 26 Apr.: Mag. Walterus ffyssher, in legibus bac: vac. by res. 

of Mag. John. Baloon. 
1474, 27 May: Dominus Henricus ffyscher, presbiter: vac. per 

adepcionem alterius victus incompatibilis ex parte domini 

Johannis Vale. 

1485, 18 Aug.: Mag. Thomas Audeley, presbiter: vac per mortem 

domini Henrici Saundres. 
148!, 18 Febr. : Dominus Willielmus Rowell : vac. by res. of Thomas 

Awdeley. 

149I, 14 Jan. j Mag. Willielmus Assh, in artibus magister, presbiter: 

vac. by death of Will. RowelL 
1498, 31 Oct.: Mag. Willielmus Jacob, in jure canonico graduatus : 

vac by res. of Will. Asche. 
i5of, 6 Febr.: Mag. Willielmus Walden, in decretis bac, presbiter: 

vac. by death of Will. Jacobe. 
151 1, . . . 2 : Dominus Johannes ffishe, capellanus: vac. by res. of 

Will. Walden. ' 



1 day not given. 



2 not dated : probably in May. 



CHAP. XXXVI. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 



1529, 20 Dec: Mag. Henricus White, juris pontificii professor: vac. 

by res. of Mag. John ffyshe. 
1539, *9 J u *y : ^ a o- Rogerus Bromhall, artium magister : vac. by 

death of Dr. Henry White : pres. by the bishop of Lincoln (John 

Longland) 1 per lapsum semestris temporis.' 

S. Aldate's Church. 

The institutions are ' ad ecclesiam S. Aldathi, Oxon.' Patrons : 
S. Frideswyde's priory, Oxford, and Abingdon abbey, conjointly. 
1249 : Walterus de . . . \ capellanus. 

1 27 1, 1 Nov.: Mag. Hugo de Lincoln., diaconus: vac. per mortem 

Walteri, ultimi rectoris. 
1299, 28 June : Willielmus le Clere, de Oxon., subdiaconus : vac. by 

death of Hugh de Lincoln. 
1305, 19 Dec. : Rogerus de Somerford, subdiaconus: vac. per mortem 

Willielmi, ultimi rectoris. 
130^, 19 Febr. : Alexander de Medburn., acolitus: vac. by institution 

of Roger de Somerford to Mertham, dio. Sarum. 
1337, 8 Nov.: Rogerus de Pershore, presbiter: vac. by death of 

Dominus Alexander de Medbourn, 
1 36 1, 12 Aug.: Willielmus Wolfyn, presbiter: vac. per mortem 

domini Walteri : pres. by King Edward III. 
138!, 3 Febr. : Walterus de Appelton, rector of Crudwell, dio. Sarum, 

by.exchange with Will. Dolfyn de Newenham, rector of S. Aldate's, 

Oxon. Patrons of S. Aldate's are S. Frideswyde's and Abingdon. 
141 2, 21 Dec: Mag. Thomas Bruns, in utroque jure licenciatus : 

vac. per mortem Magistri Willielmi Potager, ultimi rectoris. 
1448 2 , 2 June: Mag. Rogerus Bulkeley, presbiter: vac. per mortem 

domini Willielmi Colstan. 
1450, 22 Oct.: Mag. Thomas Eslake, in decretis bac. : vac. by res. 

of Roger Bukley : instituted by the commissary of John Stafford, 

archbishop of Canterbury, during vacancy of the see. 
1457, 3° Oct. : Mag. Ricardus Vele, incumbent of Resyngdon magna, 

dio. Wygorn., by exchange with Thomas Eslake, rector of 

S. Aldate's. 

147^, 6 Jan.: Mag. Willielmus Sylke, in utroque jure bac: vac. by 
death of Richard Vele : pres. by John Rudyng, clericus, who had 
obtained from Abingdon and S. Frideswyde's concessio prime et 
proxime vacacionis. 



blank in the roll. 



2 so in roll : probably 1447. 



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150^, 23 March: Mag. Andreas Newman, clericus : vac. by death of 
Mag. George Wode : pres. by Milo Harcourt, esquire, son and 
heir of Richard Harcourt, knight, who in 1485 had acquired 
from S. Frideswyde's the next presentation. 

1 506, 5 Nov. : Mag. Robertus Mill, in decretis bac. : vac. by res. of 
Andrew Newman : pres. by Abingdon abbey (Alexander, abbot). 

1507, 11 May: Mag. Johannes KyfFyn, in legibus bac: vac. by death 
of Robert Myll : pres. by S. Frideswyde's priory. 

1514, 16 Jan.: Mag. Willielmus Marble, in legibus bac: vac by 

death of John Kyffyn : pres. by Abingdon abbey. 
1538, 2 Nov.: Mag. Philippus Propert, legum bac: vac by res. of 
William Marble, who is to have a pension of 40 shillings per 
annum for life: pres. by Thomas Carter, esquire, in virtue of 
a grant of the next presentation 'per dudum priorem et con- 
ventum S. Frideswide, Oxon.' to Dominus Willielmus Rede, 
miles, Mag. Thomas Ridley, artium magister, and Robert 
Egerley, generosus, assigned by Egerley to Carter. 
T 54 r ; r 5 J une : Thomas Hopkyns, clericus : vac by res. of Willielmus 
Robertes, clericus : pres. by King Henry VIII. 
St. Aldate's Church : chantry of S. Mary (ii. 37). The institu- 
tions are ' ad cantariam capelle (or ' altaris ') beate Marie in ecclesia 
S. Aldati, Oxon/ 

133J, 16 March : ordinacio cantarie Johannis de Doclynton in ecclesia 
S. Aldati. 

133I-, 23 March: Thomas Colle de Hegham-ferers, presbiter: pres. 

by John de Doclynton, de Oxon. 
1341, 29 Nov.: Adam de Kemeston, presbiter: vac. by res. of 

dominus Thomas de Hegham-fferers : pres. by John, son and 

heir of John Dokelyngton, de Oxon. 

1356, 8 Aug.: Andreas Aleyn, presbiter: vac by res. of Robert de 
Circestr. : pres. by Richard fforester, burgess of Oxford. 

1357, 27 Sept. : Johannes Caudener, presbiter : vac. by res. of Andrew 
Aleyn : pres. by John Gibbes, burgess of Oxford. 

1366, 15 Oct.: Robertus de Brampton: pres. by John Gibbes, 

burgess of Oxford. 
1384, 1 June: Dominus John Solle, presbiter: pres. by the bishop of 

Lincoln (John de Bokingham), by lapse. 
1404, 16 April: Dominus Thomas de Neuhale, presbiter, rector of 

Begbroke, by exchange with John 1 , presbiter, chaplain of the 

chantry. Patron of the chantry, John Gybbes de Oxon. 

1 John ' Celle,' in the Begbroke institutions, i.e. Solle, ut supra. 



CHAP. XXXVI. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 



140^, 19 Febr. : Dominus John Sell, capellanus: vac. per mortem 
ultimi capellani : pres. 1 by John Gybbys de Oxon. 

1 4 16, 22 Nov.: John Soone, capellanus: vac. by res. of John Selle : 
pres. by John Gybbus, alderman of Oxford. 

1420, 18 Apr.: Lodowicus Morys, presbiter: vac. by res. of Mag. 
John Soom : pres. by Thomas Gybbes, burgess of Oxford. 

1421, 29 Oct.: Thomas Wylle, presbiter: vac. by res. of Dominus 
Lodowicus Frewchirche : pres. by Thomas Gybbus, alderman of 
Oxford. 

1433, 5 Nov. : Clemens Dyueray, presbiter: vac. per mortem Magistri 

Ricardi Karlyon, ultimi capellani : pres. by Michael Norton, 

burgess of Oxford, executor of the will of Thomas Gybbys, 

sometime alderman of Oxford. 
. . . 2 : Dominus Johannes Hogges, capellanus : vac. by res. of 

Dominus Willielmus Kylpyn: pres. by Johanna ffitz-Aleyn, 

relict of John ffitz-Aleyn. 
145!, 17 Febr.: Robertus Tysho, in artibus bac. : vac. by death of 

Mag. John Hogges : pres. by Johanna ffitz-Aleyn. 
1464, 13 Sept.: Dominus Ricardus Eton, presbiter: vac. by death of 

Robert Tyso : pres. by Johanna ffitz-Aleyn, widow. 
1480, 29 May: Dominus Ricardus Donson, presbiter: pres. by the 

bishop of Lincoln (Thomas Rotheram), probably by lapse. 
1482, 5 July: Dominus Willielmus Swynley, presbiter: vac. by res. 

of Dominus Ricardus Docheson : pres. by John Goylyn, senior, 

of Sandford. 

i486, 2 Apr.: Dominus Willielmus Shireley: vac. by res. of Will. 
Swynley : pres. by Margaret Goylyn (' ad cantariam perpetuam 
S. Johannis Baptistae in ecclesia S. Aldati, Oxon./ in error). 

S. Budoc's Church. 

1 241 : Alexander de Bernyngton, capellanus, presentatus per dominum 
regem (Henry III) ad ecclesiam Sancti Budhoci, Oxon. 

S. Clement's Church. 

The institutions are ' ad ecclesiam S. Clementis, in suburbio, Oxon./ 
or 1 extra muros, Oxon./ or, most commonly, ' extra portam orientalem, 
Oxon./ or ' ultra parvum pontem/ 

Patron : Prior et Conventus S. Fredeswithe, Oxon. 

1 The chantry is here said to be ' in 2 undated in the roll : probably 
australi parte ecclesie S. Aldati.' January or February, 145^. 



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i 2/} 2 : Ricardus de Sancto Clemcnte, capcllanus. 

1271, 14 Dec: Henricus de Estria, capellanus : vac. by res. of Mag. 

Richard de Bradewell, late rector : salva pensione priori et con- 

ventui S. Fredeswide si sit debita et antiqua et si facultates 

ecclesie sufficiant ad solutionem ejusdem. 
127^-, 29 Jan.: Hugo de Dadington, capellanus: vac. by res. of 

Henry, late rector : salva annua pensione, &c, as before. 
1273, 23 Dec: Mag. Rogerus de Brackele, subdiaconus : vac per 

mortem Hugonis, ultimi rectoris. 
1275, 21 Sept.: Willielmus de parvo ponte, presbiter : vac by death 

of Roger de Brackele. 
1298, 24 June: Henricus de Norton: vac. per mortem Hugonis. 
132I, 15 Jan.: Reginaldus de Melton, presbiter: vac. per mortem 

Henrici, ultimi rectoris. 
I 3 2 f> 3 March: Johannes de Cherbyry, presbiter: vac. per mortem 

. . . 1 , ultimi rectoris. 
1 33 1, 15 Apr.: Henricus de Santredon., presbiter : vac per mortem 

domini Johannis de Cherlebury. 
1334, 12 Aug.: Willielmus de Burton., presbiter: vac. by res. of 

Dominus Henricus de Sauntresdon. 
1 35 1, 12 May: Mauricius le Brutt, presbiter: vac. by res. of John de 

Garsyngdon. 

1369, 29 Oct. : Johannes Aldewyne, presbiter : vac. by res. of Dominus 
Bruer. 

1389, 7 May: Johannes de Stokgrove, presbiter: vac. by res. of John 
Alwedyn. 

1398, 16 Dec: Rogerus Gryt, presbiter: vac. by res. of Dominus 
Johannes Notteys. 

1407, 8 Oct. : Robertus Tracy, clericus: vac by res. of Mag. Johannes 
Cell. 

1408, 28 Aug. : Dominus Robertus Tunstall, capellanus : vac by res. 
of Dominus Robertus Tracy. 

1 41 4, 25 Sept.: Willielmus ffydyan, vicar of Hakeborn, dio. Sarum., 

by exchange with Robert Tunstall, rector of S. Clement's. 
1431, 20 Sept.: Johannes Hugate, presbiter: vac. by death of 

Dominus Thomas Graveley. 
i43§, 16 Jan.: Willielmus Hawtryve, presbiter: vac. by death of 

Dominus Johannes Hugate. 
i44f, 3 March: Mag. Thomas Gefferey, presbiter: vac. by res. of 

Dominus Thomas Warnar. 



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1446. 9 Dec: Mag. Willielmus Byrtt, presbiter: vac. by res. of 
Thomas Geffray. 

i45x, 21 March, at Lincoln : Mag. Willielmus Cook, in decretis bac. : 
vac. by res. of Dominus John Wyng. Instituted by the official 
of the archbishop of Canterbury (John Stafford), during vacancy 
of the see. 

1457, 8 Aug.: Dominus Robertus Hoot, capellanus: vac. by res. of 
Will, Cook. 

1466, 30 Aug. : Mag. Johannes Julyan, in artibus magister : vac. by 
res. of Robert Hote. 

1 47 1. 10 Oct. : Dominus Walterus ap Huy, presbiter : vac. per mortem 
Magistri Johannis, ultimi rectoris. 

1472, 19 May: Mag. Edmundus Alyard, presbiter, artium magister: 
vac. by res. of Walter ap Huy. 

1500, 5 Aug., at Oxford: Mag. Johannes Gurlle, presbiter et in 
artibus magister : pres. by bishop of Lincoln (William Smyth), 
by lapse. 

1500, 8 Nov.: Willielmus Worcestr., confrater et concanonicus eccle- 
siae conventualis S. Frideswide, Oxon.: vac. by res. of John 
Gorle. 

1 5 if, 16 Febr. : Mag. Ricardus Wynnesmore, artium magister: vac. 

by res. of Dominus Willielmus Worceter. 
1 5 if, 12 Febr.: Mag. Oliverus Stonyng : vac. by res. of Rich. 

Wynysmore. 

1523, 4 Nov.: Mag. Willielmus Bays, in decretis bac: vac by res. of 
Oliver Stonynge. 

1540, 5 Nov.: Mag. Johannes Powell, juris bac: vac. per mortem 
ultimi incumbentis : pres. by bishop of Lincoln (John Longland), 
by lapse. 

St. Ebbe's Church. 

Institutions 'ad ecclesiam Sancte Ebbe, Oxon': patron, 'abbas et 
conventus de Egnesham,' i. e. Einsham. 

1227: Walterus de Cnoll., capellanus. 

1262 : Galfridus de Dokelington., diaconus: vac. ' per mortem Walteri, 
ultimi rectoris.' 

1272, 27 April: Johannes de Gillinges : vac. 'per mortem Mag. 

Walteri, ultimi rectoris.' 
127-f-, 18 Febr.: Johannes de Burenton., presbiter: vac. by res. of 

John, rector ecclesiae de Knotting., late rector. 

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1300, 22 Nov.: Mag. Johannes de Clare: vac. by institution of 
Willielmus de Adereston, late rector, to S. Peter-le-Baily, Oxon. 

1302, 14 June: Johannes de Oxon., acolitus : vac. by res. of John 
de Clare. 

1 3 10, 18 May: Robertus de Whelpyngton., capellanus : vac. by res. 

of John de Oxon. 
1 3 16, 24 Oct.: Galfridus de Heddesore, presbiter: vac. by res. of 

Rob. de Whelpyngton. 
1327, 12 Dec: Rogerus de Broughton, accolitus : vac. 'per mortem 

domini Ricardi de Ystele V 
1332, 10 Sept. : Robertus de Lavyngton, accolitus : vac. by institution 

of Roger de Broughton, late rector, ad vicariam ecclesiae de 

Tettebur., Wygorn. dioc. The bishop (Henry Burghersh) claimed 

the presentation ' per lapsum semestris temporis,' but presented 

the patron's nominee^ 
1 339, 19 Aug.: Johannes de Aylneton., ' optinens cantariam liberam 

in capella S. Elizabethe, Wynton dioc./ by exchange with Rob. 

de Lavynton, rector of S. Ebbe's. 
1351, 22 June: Rogerus Bledelawe, presbiter : vac. by res. 'domini 

Willielmi.' 

1354, 6 June: Edmundus Letice, subdiaconus : vac. by res. of John 

Taillour, presbiter. 
1364, 26 Aug.: Dominus Thomas Hales, vicarius ecclesiae de Pusye, 

dio. Sarum, by exchange with Edmund Letice. 
137!, 6 Febr. : Willielmus Luyde, rector ecclesiae de Hedyngdon, 

dio. Sarum, by exchange with Johannes Erl, rector S. Ebbe, 

Oxon. 

1 41 6, 1 Dec: Mag. Willielmus Querley, utriusque juris baccalarius : 
vac per mortem domini Philippi Gryffyth, late rector. 

1 41 8, 23 June: Johannes Dalton, presbiter: vac. by res. of Will. 
Querley. 

1432, 5 July: Mag. Ricardus Emsay. 
1435, 1 Apr. : Thomas Darsy, subdiaconus. 

1440, 19 July: Mag. Johannes Halewey, magister in artibus : vac. 

per mortem domini Rogeri Haxay. 
1448, 22 Aug.: Mag. Thomas Hall, presbiter: vac. by res. of John 

Halewey. 

1454 2 , 15 Nov. : Mag. Thomas Heker, in artibus magister, presbiter: 
vac. by res. of Mag. Ricardus Harueys. 

1 ?<de Yftele,' i.e. Iffley. 

2 sic, but possibly 1456, as it occurs among entries of that year. 



CHAP. XXXVI. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 83 



1 4 7 , 12 May: Dominus Adam Haymond, presbiter: vac. by res. of 

Thomas Hevkere. 
1466, 24 May: Magister Thomas Hylle, S. Theol. inceptor. 
146^-, 23 Febr. : Mag. Thomas Proctor, in artibus magister: vac. 

per mortem Magister Thome Hylle. 
1472, 17 Oct.: Dominus Robertus Holcot, presbiter : vac. by res. of 

Thomas Proctour. 
1 48 1 1 , 10 July : Mag. Willielmus Walwen, S. Theol. bac. : vac. by 

res. of Robert Holcote : presented * per Hugonem Beulton,' to 

whom, no doubt, Einsham Abbey had sold the right of next 

presentation. 

1481, 19 Nov. : Mag. John Barbour, utriusque juris baccalarius: vac. 
by res. of Will. Walwen. 

150^, 6 Feb.: Mag. Ricardus Hawerdyn, in legibus bac. : vac. by res. 
of Mag. Reginald West. Presented by James Souche, in virtue 
of a grant by Einsham of the next presentation to Will. Attwater* 
S. T. P., and James Souch, dated 14 Henr. VII, 1499. 

1507, 28 May: Mag. John Gorle, artium magister: vac. by res. of 
Richard Hawardyn. 

1 510, 2 Nov.: Dominus John Bulcombe : vac. by res. of John 
Gorle. 

152I-, 2 March: Mag. Robertus Blackemor, in legibus bac: vac. by 
res. of John Bulcombe. 

S. Edward's Church. 

A rectory. The institutions are ' ad ecclesiam S. Edwardi Oxon.' 
Patron : Prior et Conventus S. Fretheswide, Oxon. 

1226: Willielmus de London., capellanus : Robert de Cukewald, 

clericus, had been presented, but refused institution. 
1245 : Clemens de . . . 2 , capellanus. 

1298 : S. Edward's Church united to S. Frideswyde's church. 
A vicarage. Patron : Prior and Convent of S. Frideswyde. The 

institutions are ' ad vicariam ecclesiae S. Edwardi, Oxon.' 

130!, 2 March : Thomas de Harpham, clericus: vac. by institution of 
John de Aldeburn., late vicar, to rectory of S. Michael's at South 
Gate, Oxon. : presented by the bishop of Lincoln (John Dalderby), 
who claimed by lapse, S. Frideswyde's having presented 'quemdam 
inhabilem.' 

1 sic, but there is a duplicate entry, dated, perhaps more correctly, 21 Nov. 1480. 
8 blank in the roll. 



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1308, 29 Apr.: Robertus de Bloebir., capellanus: vac. by res. of 

Thomas de Harpham. 
131^-, 21 March : Ricardus de Grafton, diaconus : vac. by institution 

of Robert de Blebur., to vicarage of Wormenhale. 
1 32 J, 13 Jan.: Rogerus de Vndel, presbiter, vicar of Marston, by 

exchange with Richard de Grafton, vicar of S. Edward's, Oxon. 
1327, 24 Sept. : Johannes de Bluntesdon., presbiter: vac. per mortem 

domini Rogeri. 

1330, 22 Sept.: Johannes de Mixebury, presbiter: vac. by res. of 

Dominus Johannes de Bluntesdon. 
1336, 29 Nov.: Rogerus de Sadyngton., presbiter, vicarius ecclesiae 

prebendalis de Milton, by exchange with John de Mixebur., vicar 

of S. Edward's, Oxon. 
1338, 2 May: Johannes, Alius Ade Gilmyn de Burton., presbiter: vac. 

per mortem domini Rogeri de Sadyngton. 
1340, 14 Nov. : Johannes Marchall, de Oxon., clericus. 

S. Frideswyde's Church. 

The institutions are usually 1 ad vicariam ecclesiae parochialis 
S. Fredeswithe Oxon/ Patron : S. Frideswyde's priory. 
1225 : ' ordinatio vicariae ' in the church, by bishop Hugh Wells. 
1239: Galfridus, capellanus. 
1243 : Walterus de Tanton., capellanus. 

1249: Adam de Pirlton. capellanus: pres. 'ad vicariam altaris 

S. Crucis in ecclesia S. Frethesythe, Oxon.' 
1 27 1, 18 Dec: Hugo de Ewnelod., capellanus: vac. per mortem 

Walteri, ultimi capellani. 
1293, 8 Oct.: Johannes de Aldeburn., capellanus: vac. by res. of 

Thomas de Hungerford. 

S. Frideswyde's Church: Montacute chantry (ii. 170, 171). 
Patron : S. Frideswyde's priory. 

1 36 1, 14 Aug.: Walterus de Chirchefell, presbiter: ad cantariam 
capellani principalis in capella S. Marie in monasterio S. Fredes- 
wyde, Oxon., pro anima domini Willielmi de Monte acuto 
ordinatam : vac. by death of William Vernoun. 

1365, 18 June: Dominus Rogerus, rector ecclesiae S. Mathei de 
eccis. (?), W 7 ygorn. dio., by exchange with Walter Chirchefeld, 
capellanus perpetuus cantariae in capella beate Marie virginis in 
monasterio S. Fredeswyde virginis, Oxon., per dominam Eliza- 
bethan! de Monte acuto fundatam. The exchange was sanctioned 



CHAP, XX XI 7. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 85 



1 per sup-priorem et conventum S. Fredeswide, priore ejusdem in 
remotis agente.' 

1377, 6 Nov.: Willielmus Collursley, presbyter: ad cantariam, &c, 
(as in 136 1) : pres. by the bishop of Lincoln (John de Bokingham), 
pro hac vice. 

S. Giles' Church. 

The institutions are ' ad vicariam perpetuam ecclesiae S. Egidii in 
suburbio Oxon./or 1 extra portam borealem in suburbio Oxon.' Patron : 
Abbatissa et Conventus de Godestowe. 

1226: Walterus de Sancta Maria Magdalena, capellanus: according 
to a scheme for a vicarage approved by the bishop (Hugh 
Wells). 

1234 : Herebertus de Godestow, capellanus. 
1236 : Johannes de S. Eadmundo, capellanus. 
1238: Robertus Mangard, capellanus. 
1 241 : Robertus, capellanus. 

i27f, 21 March: Thomas de Quintyn, capellanus: vac. by res. of 

Mag. Thomas de Stamford. 
1349, 6 Apr. : Johannes Odebryght, presbiter : vac. per mortem domini 

Willielmi, ultimi vicarii. 
1349, 29 Aug.: Hugo de Pipe, presbiter: vac. per mortem domini 

Johannis. 

i35|,'2 8 Jan.: Henricus de.Werston, vicar of Wotton, by exchange 

with Hugh de Fordiane, vicar of S. Giles'. 
1354, 7 Aug.: Rogerus dictus Smyth, de Bisshopeston., dio. Sarum, 

by exchange with Henricus Baker de Worston, vicar of S. Giles'. 
1 361, 23 Aug.: Thomas Elynaund de Iccombe, presbiter: vac. per 

mortem domini Rogeri. 
1 36 J, 14 Jan.: Johannes de Northeby, presbiter. 

1378, 10 Aug.: Johannes Burdet. 

138^, 16 Feb.: Johannes Forster, presbiter, incumbent of Hegham, 
by exchange with dominus Willielmus Cranbourn, vicar of 
S. Giles'. 

1 3ff , 1 Febr. : Simon Mariot, presbiter, incumbent of Clendon, by 

exchange with dominus John Forster, vicar of S. Giles'. 
13H, 18 Febr.: Dominus Johannes Wantisford, vicarius perpetuus 

capelle curate de Haukyngton, dio. Sarum, by exchange with 

Symon Maryot, vicar of S. Giles'. 
I 39^» r 3 July : Willielmus Felyce, rector of Augrechepynge, dio. 

London., by exchange with John Wandesford, vicar of S. Giles'. 



86 WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 

1 39 J, 23 Febr. : Willielmus Sulgrave, presbiter, incumbent of Ouyng, 
by exchange with William Felice, vicar of S. Giles'. 

1414, 6 June: Thomas Oliver, presbiter: vac. per mortem domini 
Willielmi Selgrave, ultimi vicarii. 

1420, 27 June : Thomas Arkynden, presbiter : vac. by res. of Dominus 
Thomas Olyver. 

1 46 J, 5 Febr.: Dominus Thomas Smyth, presbiter: vac. per mortem 

domini Ricardi Androws. 
146! , 6 Jan. : Dominus Willielmus Rawlyns, presbiter. 
147^, 13 Jan.: Mag. Willielmus Grey, presbiter: vac. by institution 

of Will. Rawlyns to another benefice. 
1479, 5 Aug. : Dominus Willielmus Darset, presbiter: vac. by res. of 

Will. Grey. 

1 48 1, 25 Oct.: Mag. Willielmus Darset, in artibus magister: vac. by 
his own res. 

1 48 J, 25 Febr. : Mag. Willielmus Grysley, in legibusbac. : vac. by res. 

of Mag. Willielmus Porter. 
148!, 11 Febr.: Dominus Thomas Marclogh, presbiter: vac. by res. 

of William Gryssely. 
1494, 5 Apr.: Willielmus Pierson, capellanus: vacant by death of 

Thomas Marclowgh. 
149-J-, 3 March: Mag. Johannes Zoele, in decretis bac. : vac. by res. 

of Mag. Willielmus Fynymore, in artibus magister. 
1 501, 5 Nov.: Mag. Thomas Orton, in decretis bac, presbiter: vac. 

by res. of Dominus Johannes Jewell. 
1 508, 1 April : Dominus Edmundus Clerk, capellanus : vac. by res. of 

Thomas Orton. 

151 1, 24 Oct.: Mag. Johannes Copland: vac. by res. of Edmund 
Clark. 

1 5 1 4 : Mag. Robertus Dod, in decretis bac. : vac. by death of Dominus 
John Copeland. 

1 51 8, 7 Aug. : Mag. Thomas W r od, in decretis bac. : vac. by death of 

Mag. Roberti Doddes. 
1524, 27 Apr. : Mag. Thomas Aphowell, in legibus bac. : vac. by res. 

of Mag. Ricardus Gwent, in decretis bac. 
1528, 25 Apr. : Mag. David Pole, decretorum doctor : vac. by res. of 

Thomas Powell. 

153^, 2 March : Mag. Morganus Johns, in decretis bac. : vac. by res. 
of David Pole. 

1531, 7 Dec: Mag. Johannes Barbur, legum bac: vac. by res. of 
Morgan Jones. 



CHAP. XXXI 7. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 87 



1534, 20 Nov.: Mag. Edwardus Webster, artium magister : vac. by 

res. of John Barbor. 
1536, 14 Dec.: Mag, Johannes Price, legum bac. : vac. by res. of 

Edward Webster. 

S. John Baptist's Church. 

1224: Mag. Willielmus de Gurthum, subdecanus, presentatus per 
Petrum filium Hereberti ad ecclesiam beati Johannis, Oxon., 
salva Ricardo de Culum. vicaria sua in eadem, qui totam eccle- 
siam nomine vicarie sue quoad vixerit tenebit reddendo inde 
dicto Willielmo duos solidos annuo nomine pensionis. 

. . . 1 : vacante personatu ecclesiae S, Johannis in Oxon., dum Petrus 
Alius Hereberti qui fuit in possessione patronatus ejusdem ex- 
communicacionis vinculo fuisset innodatus, dominus Legatus 
ecclesiam illam Johanni, capellano, contulit, salva vicaria Ricardi 
de Culum., presbiteri, qui dictam ecclesiam tenet sub annua unius 
aurei pensione. 

1265, 6 May: Willielmus de Reding, subdiaconus : vac. per mortem 
Magistri Johannis, ultimi rectoris; pres. by abbas et conventus 
de Reding. 

1294, 2 Nov.: S. John Baptist's Church appropriated to Merton 
College. 

S. Martin's Church, 

The institutions are 'ad ecclesiam S. Martini, Oxon.' Patron: — 
Abbas et Conventus de Abendon. 

1266, sabbato Quattuor Temporum ante festum S. Michaelis, i.e. 
Ember Saturday, 25 Sept. : ..... . 2 : vac. per mortem Egidii, 

ultimi rectoris. 

1274, 22 Mar.: Henricus de Waueting, subdiaconus: vac. by res. of 
John de Worting, late rector. 

1295, 6 Aug. : Walterus de la Rye, capellanus: vac. by death of John 
de Estewod. 

1295, 26 Oct.: Willielmus de Wycumb, diaconus : vac. by res. of 
Walter de la Rye. 

1 3 14, 8 Aug.: Mag. Johannes de Sutton, accolitus : vac. by death of 
William de Wycumb. 

13 1 5, 18 Apr. : Mag. Walterus Lespecer de Oxon., accolitus: vac. by 
res. of John de Sutton. 

1 undated : in the time of Hugh Wells, f 1235. 
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1340, 18 Dec: Radulfus de Conyngeby, vicarius ecclesiae pre- 
bendalis de Thame, by exchange with Richard Elys, rector of 
S. Martin's. 

1354, 7 Apr.: Willielmus de Newenton, presbiter, incumbent of 

Newenton porcell. 1 , by exchange with Ralph de Conynggesby, 

rector of S. Martin's. 
1395, 25 March: John Grouer, rector of S. Michael's at South Gate, 

Oxon., by exchange with William (de) Newenton Iwell 2 , rector 

of S. Martin's. 

i4y£, 22 Jan.: David Bradwell, rector of Bukby, dio. Line, by ex- 
change with Dominus Johannes Grover, rector of S. Martin's. 

1433, 24 Nov.: Thomas Rouhode, presbiter: vac. by res. of Mag. 
John Dalaver, late rector. 

1435, 18 Sept.: Mag. Willielmus Bycouyll, utriusque juris bac. : vac. 
by death of Mag. Thomas Rouet. 

1452, 27 Oct.: Mag. Thomas Saundres, decretorum doctor: vac. by 
res. of Thomas Hende. 

1458, 26 Oct.: Dominus Robertus Bedell, presbiter: vac. by death of 
Thomas Saundres. 

1464, 25 July: Dominus Johannes Brugge, presbiter: vac. by res. of 
Robert Biddel. 

1464, 30 Oct.: Mag. Lodowicus Subdon., de Mountegomery, dio. 
Heref., by exchange with John Brugge, rector of S. Martin's. 

1475, 6 Nov.: Mag. Ricardus Mathon., presbiter: vac. by res. of 
Mag. Lodowicus Subdon., who is allowed a pension of 100 shillings 
a year for term of his life. 

148J, 20 Jan. : Mag. Ricardus Estmonde, presbiter : vac. per resigna- 
tionem ejusdem magistri Ricardi. 

1500, 15 Aug., at Croyland: Mag. Johannes Yong, legum doctor: 
vac. by res. of Mag. Ricardus Estmond, sacre theologie pro- 
fessor. 

1503, 3 July : Mag. Petrus Burnell, clericus : vac. by res. of Dr. John 
Yong. 

1 510, . . . 3 : Dominus Willielmus Wodward, capellanus: vac. by res. 
of Peter Burnell. 

I 53J» 21 Jan.: Dominus Georgius Bynkes, clericus: vac. per resigna- 
tionem ultimi incumbentis : pres. by King Henry VIII. 

S. Martin's Church : chantry of S. Mary (ii. 83). The institu- 

1 Newton-Purcell, Oxon. 3 day and month omitted : probably 

2 I think this is a mis-reading for Aug. 
♦ Purcell.' 



CHAP. XXXVL SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 89 



lions are 'ad perpetuam cantariam capelle (or 'ad altare ') beate 
Marie virginis in ecclesia S. Martini." 

1 36 20 Feb. : Johannes Adekyns, presbiter, presentatus per Ricardum 
Fforester de Staunton Seynt John ad cantariam in ecclesia S. Mar- 
tini, Oxon., vacantem. 

140^, 10 Febr. : Thomas Lyche, capellanus : pres. 1 by Lambert 
fforster, esquire. 

I 43h x 5 Febr.: Johannes Andrewe, capellanus: vac. per mortem 
domini Lyth 2 , ultimi capelkni: pres. by Thomas Coventr., 
burgess of Oxford. 

1 4o l , 30 Sept.: Mag. Johannes Rows: vac. by death of Dominus 
Willielmus StokfTyeld : pres. by bishop of Lincoln (i. e. by the 
Commissary appointed by John Stafford, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, during vacancy of see), by lapse. 

1453, r 4 May: Dominus Thomas Edward, capellanus: vac. by res. 
of Dominus Johannes Cokkes : pres. by Richard Spragott, mayor 
of Oxford. 

1 45 J, 24 Febr. : Dominus Ricardus Childe, capellanus : vac. by res. of 
Thomas Edward: pres. by Richard fforster, esquire. 

1 46 1, 4 July: Dominus Johannes Brownyng, presbiter: vac. by res. 
of Richard Childe : pres. by Richard fforster, gentilman. 

1463, 2 June: Dominus Willielmus Alyard, presbiter : vac. by res. of 
John Brownyng : pres. by Richard ffoster. 

S. Mary the Virgin Church. 

A rectory ; patron, the Crown. The institutions are ' ad ecclesiam 
beate Marie, Oxon.' 

1248 : Petrus de Kyllum, capellanus : pres. by Henry III. 

I2 li> 2 § Jan.: Mag. Robertus de Fleiham : vac. per mortem Petri, 

ultimi rectoris : pres. by Edward I. 
1 3 15, 22 Nov.: Gilbertus de Sandale, accolitus : vac. by death of 

Mag. Johannes de Burnynghull: pres. by Margareta, regina 

Angliae, i. e. Margaret, widow of Edward I. 
!3 l6 > 7 Dec: Dominus Willielmus de Thorntoft, presbiter: vac. by 

res. of Gilbert de Sandale : pres. by Margareta, regina Angliae. 
13 19, 8 May: Willielmus de Neuport., presbiter: vac. per dimis- 

sionem Willielmi de Thorntoft, ultimi rectoris, in forma con- 

stitutionis novelle.: pres. by Edward II. 

1 S. Mary's chapel is here said to be ' in parte australi ' of S. Martin's church 

2 ? Lyche. 



90 WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 

A vicarage. Patron : Propositus ct scholares aule 1 beate Marie, 
Oxon., i.e. Oriel College. 

1349, 7 Aug.: Robertus de Tyrlyngton, presbiter : vac. per mortem 
domini Nicholai. 

! 35t> 2 7 Jan.: Nicholaus de Bannebury, presbiter: vac. by death of 

Robert de Tirlyngton. 
1361, 7 Sept.: Thomas Warde, de Berughby, presbiter: vac. per 

mortem domini Nicholai. 
l 3l9: 3° Apr.: Johannes de Prestwold, presbiter. 
1384, 26 Nov.: Johannes de Asshefordby, presbiter: vac. by res. of 

Mag. John de Prestewold. 
1395, 22 July : Mag. Johannes Freeu. 2 , presbiter. 
1 453, 17 Oct.; Dominus Willielmus Hurley alias Scryvener, capel- 

lanus : vac. by death of dominus Johannes Gocyll. 
1 46 J, 20 Febr. : Mag. Robertus Careswell, arcium magister: vac. by 

res. of Mag. Ricardus Scryvener alias Hurley. Henry Sampson 

is Provost of Oriel. 
1466, 15 June : Mag. Willielmus Laughton, in artibus magister: vac. 

by res. of Robert Careswell. Henry Sampson is Provost of 

Oriel. 

1483, 1 May: Mag. Robertus Offrers, S. Theol. Professor: vac. by 

death of Will. Laughton. 
1485, 28 Oct.: Mag. Ricardus Ludwiche : vac. by res. of Robert 

Offrees. 

1498, 14 Nov.: Mag. Johannes Roper, S. Theol. bac., presbiter : vac. 
by res. of Mag. Petrus Carsleyght. Thomas Cornyshe, Thymens. 
episcopus, is Provost of Oriel. 

1534, 11 June : Mag. Johannes Pytte, S. Theol. bac. : vac. by death 
of Mag. John Roper, S. Theol. Professor. 

1 535, 2 6 Oct. : Mag. Georgius Sutton, S. Theol bac. : vac. by res. of 
John Pyttes. 

S. Mary Magdalen Church. 

The institutions are 'ad perpetuam vicariam ecclesiae S. Mariae 
Magdalenae extra portam aquilonarem, Oxon/ 

1 ' aule B. M. Oxon.' in the entries 1453 ; ' collegii Regalis Universitatis 

of 135^ and 1361 ; ' domus collegiate Oxon.,' in 146^ ; ' collegii Regis Oxon., 

B. M. Oxon.,' in 1349; ' collegii B. M. vocati Oryell,' in 1466, 1483, 1485; 

Oxon.,' in 1379; 'collegii ac domus 4 collegii Regalis Oxon., vocati Oryell,' 

B. M. Oxon.,' in 1384 ; 1 collegii B. M. in 1498; 'collegii nuncupati Oryall 

Oxon., Oryell vulgariter nuncupati,' in College in Oxonia,' in 1534, 1535. 

J 395 ; ' collegii de Oryell in Oxon.,' in 2 ?Freene or Freeuer. 



CHAP. XXXVI. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 91 



Patron : Abbas et Conventus de Oseney. 

In 1 Quinque rotuli simul consuti,' of bishop Hugh Wells' time, but 
undated, are the ordinations of several vicarages in churches belonging 
to Osney abbey (including S. Mary Magdalen Oxford, Coueleia, 
Cudelington, Sanford), as also in S. Giles', Oxford, belonging to 
Godstow nunnery. 

1225: Michael, capellanus. 

1234: Johannes de Tyham, capellanus: vac. by institution of Michael 

to a benefice in Sarum diocese. 
1235 : Willielmus de Grauel., capellanus. 
1235 (or 1236) : Willielmus . . .* capellanus. 
1240: Willielmus . . capellanus. 
1243 : Ricardus de Morton, capellanus. 

1268, 21 Dec: Mag. Robertus Maynard, diaconus : vac. per mortem 
Willielmi, ultimi vicarii : institution subject to the conditions that 
' ad proximos ordines accedat in presbiterum ordinandus et ex 
tunc personaliter resideat in eadem/ 

1274, 12 Apr. : Mag. Robertus Maynard: vac. by his own institution 
ad vicariam ecclesie de Wykumb, which he now resigned. 

1323, 9 July : Egidius de Thurmeston., presbiter: vac. by death of 
Robert Punchard. 

1 34 J, 9 Febr. : Galfridus de Aulton, presbiter, vicar of Carsyngton 2 , 
by exchange with Robert ffesant, vicar of S. Mary Magd., 
Oxon. 

1349, 29 Aug.: Ricardus de Mersh, presbiter: vac. per mortem 
domini Ade. 

1369, 28 May: Rogerus de Merton : vac. per mortem domini Thome 

Runcore, ultimi vicarii. 
1378, 8 Nov.: Mag. Willielmus Wakefeld, capellanus. 
1382, 27 Oct.: Dominus Johannes Coupe, rector of Bradewell, dio. 

Wygorn., by exchange with Will. Wakefeld, vicar of S. Mary 

Magd., Oxon. 

I 3 8 f» 2 3 J an - : Johannes Smyth, rector de ffoxcote, by exchange with 

John Drax, vicar of S. Mary Magd., Oxon. 
1397, 10 May: John Felton, presbiter. 

I 434». I 9 June: Willielmus Bradshawe, presbiter: vac. per mortem 

domini Johannis Felton. 
M34> 29 Oct.: Radulphus Prestbury, presbiter: vac. by death of 

Mag. William Bradshawe. 



1 blank in the roll. 



2 ? Cassington, Oxon. 



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1443, 9 Aug.: Mag. WilHelmus Rede, in artibus magisLer, presbiter: 

vac. by death of Dominus Richard Richewyll. 
*46f, 9 March: Mag. Johannes A^by, in artibus magister, presbiter: 

vac. by res. of Will. Rede. 
1471, 23 Apr.: Mag. Ricardus Broke, S. Theol. bac. : vac. by death 

of Mag. John Asshby. 

1500, 3 Sept., at Lidington: Dominus Ricardus Wynter, presbiter: 
vac. by death of Richard Broke. 

1 501, 4 Apr.: Mag. Johannes Denham, S. Theol. bac, presbiter: 
vac. by res. of Richard Wynter. 

j 504, 18 Apr.: Mag. Johannes Haster, S. Theol. bac, presbiter: 

vac. by res. of John Denham. 
1 51 1, 25 Apr. : Dominus Willielmus, abbas monasterii de Osseney : 

vac. by death of John Haster. 
1 515, 15 Apr.: Mag. Johannes Gurle, artium magister: vac. by res. 

of William Barton, abbot of Oseney juxta Oxon. 
1 534, 17 July: Mag. Willielmus Tresham, S. Theol. Professor: vac 

by res. of John Gurle : pres. by John Snowe, of Oxford, who had 

obtained the next presentation from Osney. 
1537, 28 Sept.: Mag. Willielmus Huske, juris bac: vac. by res. of 

Will. Tresham. 

S. Michael's at North Gate. 

The institutions are ' ad perpetuam vicariam ecclesiae S. Michaelis 
ad portam aquilonarem,' or ' borealem,' ' in Oxon.' 

Patron: Prior et Conventus de S. Frideswida de Oxon., down to 
1326. 

1223 : Mag. Silvester de Cornubia, clericus. 

1277, 27 Oct.: Hugh de Eunelade, presbiter: vac. per mortem Mag. 
Nicholai, ultimi rectoris. 

1 30 J, 4 March: 'vacante ecclesia S. Michaelis ad portam borealem 
Oxon per mortem Hugonis, ultimi rectoris ejusdem, prior et con- 
uentus S. Fredeswyde Oxon. ad eandem ecclesiam episcopo 1 
presentarunt Elyam Porteroye, clericum; factaque inquisitione 
per officialem archidiaconi 2 Oxon per quam &c. et episcopo 
exhibiia per Elyam prediclum, examinala et persona ejusdem 
Elye, inventus fuit inhabilis ad beneficium ecclesiasticum cum 
cura animarum . . . propter intolerabilem quem paciebatur in 
litteratura defectum. Unde episcopus eundem Elyam ad dictam 

1 John Dalderby," cons. 12 June, 2 ? Amadeus de Savoy, in partibus 
1300. transmarinis. 



CHAP. XXXVI, SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 



ecclesiam non admisit, sed, attendens collacionem ipsius ecclesie 
per culpam dictorum presentancium ad ipsum ea vice esse de- 
volutam de jure, (contulit) ipsam ecclesiam Magistro Ricardo de 
Wytingeham, clerico.' 

301. 16 May : 'memorandum quod cum episcopus ad providendum 2 
per se vel per alium seu alios Henrico le Kniht de Morton, 
pauperi clerico, de beneficio ecclesiastico cum cura vel sine cura 
si quod in civitate vel diocesi Line, vacaret vel quamcito ad id 
se facultas offerret, spectante communiter vel divisim ad presenta- 
cionem prioris et conventus S. Fredeswyde Oxon. dicte dioceseos, 
secundum ipsius pauperis clerici merita, a sede apostolica sub 
certa forma deputatus fuisset, idem episcopus, . . . ecclesia beati 
Michaelis ad portam borealem Oxon (spectante ad presenta- 
cionem eorundem prioris et conventus . . .) vacante per resigna- 
cionem Magistri Ricardi . . . eandem ecclesiam, auctoritate sibi 
in hac parte .tradita, memorato Henrico contulit.' 

gif, 20 Mar. : ' venit Mag. Adam de Haselbech., procurator Willielmi 
de Geytington., rectoris ecclesiae S. Michaelis ad portam borealem 
Oxon., in eadem ecclesia per dominum Gaucelinum, Dei gracia 
Sanctorum Marcellani et Petri presbiterum cardinalem, auctori- 
tate apostolica (ut dicitur) instituti, et juravit episcopo 1 nomine 
domini sui canonicam obedienciam/ &c. 
Patron: bishop of Lincoln, down to 1429. 

34I, 18 March: Rogerus de Kedyng, presbiter. 

3Mj 8 J an - : Ricardus de Chackesle, clericus. 

361, 22 Sept.: Ricardus Giddyng, presbiter. 

397, 7 July : ....... vicar of Bureton juxta Aylesbury, by 

exchange with Mag. John Lechampstede, late incumbent. 

418, 23 May: Johannes Byrche, presbiter: vac. by res. of Mag. 
John Perey, late rector. 

419, 6 Aug. : Dominus Henricus Shercroft, presbiter: vac. by death 
of John Byrche. 

422, 16 Oct.: Ricardus Babthorp, clericus. 

422. 11 Nov. : Dominus Johannes Beke, in artibus magister, presbiter. 

S. Michael's at South Gate. 

The institutions are * ad ecclesiam S. Michaelis ad portam australem 
1 Oxon/ 

Patron : Prior et Conventus de S. Frideswida, Oxon. 
1 John Dalderby. 

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1223 : Johannes de Oxon, clericus. 

1250: Mag. David de Sancta Fretheswitha, subdiaconus : instituted 
by R. de Marisc, official of bishop Robert Grostete, then 'in 
partibus transmarinis/ 

1290, 26 Oct.: Ricardus de Ewelm., capellanus : vac. by institution 
of Johannes de Cercelle, late rector, to All Saints', Oxon. 

1302, 17 Nov.: Johannes de Aldeburn., capellanus : vac. by death of 
Richard de Ewelme. 

1306, 17 June: Robertus de Spridlington, acolitus : vac. by institu- 
tion of John de Aldeburne to vicarage of Wichirche, dio. 
Sarum. 

1 36 1, 21 Sept. : Johannes atte Halle, presbiter: vac. by death of John 
Boteler. 

1363,11 Nov. : Galfridus Ponteys, incumbent of Sandford, by exchange 
wilh Johannes atte Halle. 

13^-, 2 Feb.: Willielmus de Gaynesburgh : vac. byres, of Dominus 
Galfridus de Horewode, late rector : pres. by King Edward III. 

1386, 16 May: Stephanus Dudder, de Brakkele, clericus: pres. by 
King Richard II. Certificate is given 10 May, 9 Rich. II, i.e. 
1386, that the king, by a suit before the Justices of the King's 
Bench at Westminster, has recovered the right of presentation ad 
ecclesiam S. Michaelis de Southgate in Oxon against the bishop 
of Lincoln (John de Bokingham), John Norteys (clericus), Walter 
Suttewell, Adam Irysshe, Nicholas Talbot, John Broune, and 
Robert Mounteynge. 

1392, 6 June: John Gouere 1 , presbiter, vicar of Wroxton, by ex- 
change with Stephen Brakeley, rector of S. Michael's at 
South Gate, Oxon. : S. Frideswyde's priory is again patron of 
S. Michael's, and so afterwards, down to 1458, q. v. 

1395, 25 Mar. : Willielmus de Newenton Iwell 2 , rector of S. Martin's, 
Oxon., by exchange with dominus Johannes de Grouer, rector of 
S. Michael's at South Gate. 

1395, 28 June: Johannes Rolfe, presbiter: vac. by death of Will, de 
Newton Iwell 2 < 

1412, 29 May: Thomas Pannall, clericus: vac. per mortem domini 

Johannis Archer, ultimi rectoris. 
1 41 4, 20 May: Mag. Ricardus fflemmyng, sacre pagine professor, 

presbiter : vac. by res. of Thomas Pannall. 
1414, 2 June: Thomas Pannall/presbiter. 



1 rectius Grover. 

2 Probably a misreading for 'Purcell,' i.e. Newton-Purcell, Oxon. 



CHAP. XXXVI. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 95 



14-':. 1 j Aug.: Willielmus Hoper, legum doctor, presbiter: vac. by 

death of Mag. Thomas Pannall. 
145a, Bg Sept.: Lucas Laucok, decretorum doctor. 
1453, 8 Dec: Johannes Helyer, clericus : vac. per liberam resigna- 

tionem Ma'gistri Luce Lucas, decretorum doctoris. 
1458, 19 July: Dominus Willielmus Scherwode, presbiter: vac. by 

death of Dominus Johannes Helyer : pres. by S. Frideswyde's 

Priory. 

1458, 17 Oct.: Willielmus Shirwoode, clericus: pres. by King 
Henry VI. 

147 1, 24 Sept.: Dominus Willielmus Crafforde, rector of Bradsted, 

dio. Cantuar.. by exchange with Mag. Will. Shirewode, rector of 

S. Michael's at South Gate, Oxon. 
147S-. 21 Febr.: Mag. Willielmus Shirewode, decretorum doctor: vac. 

by death of Will. CrafTord : pres. by S. Frideswyde's Priory, and 

so afterwards. 

148-J, 4 Febr. : Mag. Johannes Cadvor, in decretis bac, presbiter. 

149®, 9 Febr.: Mag. Thomas Elton, in legibus bac, presbiter: vac. 
by death of John Caddevore : pres. by William Reigny, clericus, 
who had in i486 acquired the right of next presentation from 
Sir Richard Harecourte, knight, who had in 1485 acquired it 
from S. Frideswyde's Priory. 

1 50 1, 28 Oct.: Dominus Jacobus Elston, presbiter: vac per mortem 
Mag. Thomae Eltenham. 

1505, 26 July: Mag. Petrus Lygham, clericus: vac by death of 
James Elston. 

151 2, 3 July: Mag. Ricardus Gune, artium magister: vac. by res. of 
Peter Ligham. 

1522, 18 Oct. : Mag. Johannes Olyver, legum doctor: vac. by res. of 
Richard Gownne. 

S. Michael's at South Gate : S. Mary's chantry (ii. 92). The 
institution is ' ad cantariam ad altare beate Marie in ecclesia 
S. Michaelis ad portam australem, Oxon/ 

1340, 24 May: ordinatio cantarie. 

1340, .4 Aug.: Willielmus de Tochale, presbiter: pres. by Thomas 

de Leye, de Oxon, and Johanna his wife. 
1 34 J, 19 Mar. : Johannes de Burton, presbiter : vac. by res. of Will. 

Tochale: pres. by Johanna With, relict of Thomas de Leye, 

burgess of Oxon. 

1348, 22 Dec: Roger de Elmynghall, presbiter: vac. by death of 



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John de Paskeden : pres. by Richard de Selwode, maior seu 
custos ville Oxon. 
1357, 30 July: Johannes de Clove, presbiler: pres. by Thomas de 
Legh, son and heir of Thomas de Legh. 

S. Mildred's Church. 

Institutions are ' ad ecclesiam Sancte Mildrede, Oxon.' 

Patron: — Prior et Conventus S. Fredeswithe, down to 1326. 
1232 : Johannes de S. Petro, capellanus. 
1235 : Henricus de Anna, subdiaconus. 

1307, 20 July: Johannes de Brayles, capellanus: vac. per mortem 

Rogeri, ultimi rectoris. 
Patron : bishop of Lincoln, down to 1429. 
1 33 1, 7 Jan.: Dominus Rogerus de Theiden. : vac. by death of John 

de Brayles. 

1334, 1 Apr.: Dominus Rogerus Heruy, presbiter : vac. by institution 
of Roger de Theyden. ad vicariam ecclesiae prebendalis de 
Croppr. 

1 38 J, 19 March: Robertus Bollor, de Claypoll, clericus. 

1382, 26 July: Robertus Alesby, rector de Haddon, by exchange 

with Robert Bollor. 
1398, 5 Apr.: Willielmus Kyrkeby, presbiter. 

1398, 1 June: Thomas Brusch., presbiter: vac. by death of Will. 
Kirkeby. 

141 J, 25 Jan.: Rob. Hete, chaplain of Holy Trinity chantry in 
All Saints, Oxon, by exchange with Thomas Burstogh, rector 
ecclesiae parochialis S. Mildredae. 

S. Peter's in the East. 

A rectory : patron, the Crown. The institutions are ' ad ecclesiam 
S. Petri ad portam orientalem Oxon/ The rectors were non-resident. 
1235 : Poncius de Pontibus: pres. by King Henry III. 

[Poncius, however, wished only the revenues, and so, next 
year, with Henry Ill's consent, a vicar was appointed to perform 
the services.] 

1236, 26 Aug.: Robertus de Eboraco, capellanus: pres. by Poncius 
de Pontibus, rector, ad perpetuam vicariam ipsius ecclesiae. 
[Bogo de Clare, next rector, followed the same course.] 

1 261 : Magister Henricus, diaconus : pres. by Bogo de Clare, rector 
of S. Peter's in the East, ad vicariam ejusdem ecclesiae. 



CHAP. XXXVI. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 97 



127J, 21 March : Philippus Pouer, diaconus, pres. by dominus Bogo 

de Clare, rector of S. Peter's in the East, ad vicariam, vac. by 

res. of Mag. Henricus de Staunton, late vicar. 
129^, 18 March : Willielmus Batayle, pres. by Bogo de Clare to the 

vicarage vac. by death of Philip Poer, was ordained subdiaconus, 

and instituted. 
A vicarage, the rectory being vested in Merton College. 

1294, 2 Nov.: vacante ecclesia S. Petri versus orientem Oxon., per 
mortem domini Bogonis de Clara, qui ultimo tenebat eandem, 
that rectory, together with S. John Baptist Church, is transferred 
to 1 scholares et fratres domus de Merton, Oxon/ 

1297 : ordinatio facta inter Magistrum Simonem de Gandavo, archi- 
diaconum Oxon., et scholares domus de Merton. 

After this the institutions are 1 ad vicariam ecclesiae S. Petri Orien- 
talis Oxon.' Patron : Custos et Scholares domus de Merton, Oxon. 

1305, 2 July: Mag. Nicholaus de Iuingho, capellanus : vac. by death 

of Willielmus de Norwyco. 
1307, 19 Nov. : Mag. Willielmus de Walecott, presbiter, instituted in 

person of his proctor, Adam de Walecote : vac. by res. of Nicholas 

de Iuingho : John de Waneting is Warden of Merton. 
132I, 13 March: Mag. Willielmus de Bulmer, presbiter: vac. by 

death of William de Walcot. 
1338, 13 May: Mag. Robertus de Gillyngham, presbiter. Robert de 

Trenge is Warden of Merton. 
134I, 1 Febr. : Mag. Willielmus de Sutton, presbiter: vac. by death 

of Robert de Gillingham. 
1349, 4 Dec: Mag. Thomas Bokelond, presbiter: vac. by death of 

Will, de Sutton. 

1 36 1, 21 June: Henricus de Norton, presbiter: vac. by death of 
Thomas Bokelond. 

1 361, 22 Dec. : Nicholaus de Bischopeston alms de Redyng, diaconus : 
vac. by death of Henry de Norton. 

1397, 1 Dec. : Mag. Johannes Rysburgh, bac. in Theologia, presbyter. 

141 1, 1 Apr.: Mag. Vincencius Wykyng, magister in artibus, capel- 
lanus, et consocius domus sive aule scholarium de Merton. 

1 44^, 23 March: Mag. Thomas Alayne, presbiter: vac. by death of 
Vincent Wykyng. 

1447, 7 Dec: John Symmys, presbiter: vac. by res. of Thomas 
Alayne. 

1499, 8 July: Mag. Simon Mollond, S. Theol. bac, presbiter: vac. 
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by death of dominus Thomas Peny. Ricardus, Roffensis epi- 

scopus, is Warden of Morton, i. e. Richard Fitzjames. 
1520, 4 Aug.: Mag. Robertus Hyll, S. Theol. Professor: vac. by 

death of Simon Mollond. 
1524, 20 Dec: Mag. Robert Series, presbiter: vac- by death of 

Dr. Robert Hill. 

S. Peter le Bailey. 

The institutions are c ad ecclesiam beati Petri ad Castrum, Oxon.,' 
or 'in Ballio, Oxon/ Patron: Prior et ConVentus Sancte Frides- 
wyde, Oxon. 

1232 : Ranulfus de Cantilupo, subdiaconus. 

1262 : Adam, presbiter: vac. per mortem Ranulfi, ultimi rectoris. 

1263 : Mag. Johannes de Sancto David : vac. by death of Adam, late 
rector. 

1 291, 17 May: Alexander de Henningly, capellanus : vac. per mortem 
Magistri Radulphi. Mag. Rogerus Mymkam had been pre- 
sented, but refused institution. 

1298, 30 Nov. : Jacobus de Douor., capellanus : vac. by res. of Alex, 
de Henningly. 

1300, 8 Oct.: Willielmus de Adereston, capellanus: vac. by res. of 

Mag. Jacobus de Dovoria. 
1330, 1 Dec: Ricardus de Elmedon. : vac. per mortem domini 

Willielmi. 

1349, 4 Dec: Hugo de Saundreston, presbiter: vac. per mortem 
domini Radulfi. 

1387, 28 Mar.: Thomas de Derfeld : pres. by King Richard II, 
racione prioratus S. Frideswide, Oxon., nuper vacantis et in manu 
sua existentis. Certificate that Richard II had recovered the 
presentation against the prior of S. Frideswyde's and William 
rTorster, capellanus. 

1394, 11 Oct.: Richard Ryppeley, presbiter: vac. by res. of Mag. 
Thomas Derfelde. 

1401, 10 Dec: Thomas NarTerton, clericus. 

1403, 19 July: Dominus John Daubeney, capellanus: pres. by King 

Henry IV. The year is given as 1403, but the entry is found 

among those of 1404. 
1407, 8 April : Johannes Pagrave, de Offord, capellanus : vac by res. 

of John Daubeneye. 
1407, 11 June: King Henry IV presented Roger Spert, capellanus. 

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CHAP. XXXVI. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 99 



was that there was no vacancy, S. Frideswyde's priory, the true 
patron, having presented John Pograve. The commissioners 
were : — 

Mag. Thomas Nanton [Naferton], rector of All Saints ; Mag. 
Thomas Briscow, rector of S. Mildred's ; Mag. Will. Potager, 
rector of S. Aldate's ; Dominus John Archer, rector of S. Michael's 
at South Gate ; Dominus Thomas Bermyngham, rector of 
S. Michael's at North Gate ; Dominus John Bloxham, rector of 
S. Martin's ; Dominus John ap Griffith, rector of S. Ebbe ; Mag. 
Thomas Wilcotes, rector of Charlton ; Mag. Rich. Stabull, vicar 
of S. Peter in the East ; Dominus Will. Sulgrave, vicar of 
S. Giles' ; Dominus John Felton, vicar of S. Mary Magdalen ; 
Mag. John Home, vicar of S. Mary's. 

417, 19 Oct.: Dominus Thomas Wurshope alias Chestrefelde, 
presbiter, incumbent of Suldron, by exchange with dominus 
Johannes Pagrave. 

454, 27 June : Mag. Nicholaus Gosse, S. Theol. bac. : vac. by death 
of Mag. Thomas Woller. 

45I, 7 March: Gilbertus Sammesbury, presbiter: vac. by res. of 
Nicholas Gosse. 

456, 5 Nov. : Mag. Edwardus Hanyton, in artibus magister : vac. by 

res. of Gilbert Sammesbury. 
47}, 24 March: Mag. Willielmus Scherwode, decretorum doctor: 

vac. by res. of Edward Hanyngton. 
47f, 1 March: Mag. Robertus Garton: vac. by res. of Will. Shire- 

wode. 

485, 28 May : Mag. Willielmus Burton, in utroque jure bac. : by res. 
of Robert Garton. 

488, 15 May: Mag. Thomas Gilberd, decretorum doctor: vac. by 
res. of Will. Bourton. 

493, 5 July : Dominus Rogerus Mathew, presbiter : vac. by res. of 
Dr. Thomas Gilberd : pres. by the same Dr. Thomas Gilberd, 
who had in 1491 acquired the next presentation from S. Frides- 
wyde's priory. 

519, 13 Oct.: Dominus Roger Dingley: vac. by death of Roger 
Mathew. 

522, 18 Oct. : Mag. Thomas Smyth, artium magister: vac. by death 
of last incumbent : pres. by John Longland (bishop of Lincoln), 
to whom S. Frideswyde's had granted the next presentation. 

523, 1 June: Mag. Arthurus Bulkeley, in legibus bac: vac. by res. 
of Thomas Smyth. 

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1 53 J, 2 March : Mag. Hugo Robertes, in decretis bac. : vac. by res. 
of Anthony Bulkeley : pres. by king Henry VIII, ' racione sup- 
pressions monasterii S. Frideswide, Oxon/ 

1541, 12 May: Dominus Laurencius Parker, clericus: vac. by death 
of last incumbent: pres. 'per decanum et canonicos collegii 
regii Oxon. vulgariter nuncupati Kynge Henrye the VIII th his 
colledge.' 

S. Peter le Bailey Church: chantry of S. Andrew (ii. 103). 
The institutions are ' ad cantariam altaris S. Andree in ecclesia 
S. Petri in Ballio,' or ' ad perpetuam cantariam capelle S. Andree/ &c. 

132^, 12 Jan.: inspeximus of charter of Robert de Wormenhale, 

burgess of Oxon, founding a chantry at the altar of S. Andrew in 

S. Peter's Church in the Baily. 
I 33iJ 3° J an - : Walterus Blundel, presbiter: vac. by res. of Richard 

de Elmeden. : pres. by Andrew de Wormenhale, burgess of 

Oxford. 

1365, 28 Sept. : Rogerus de Marton : pres. by John de Wormenhale. 
I 39f> 3 March : Johannes Kyrkby, presbiter : vac. by res. of Dominus 

Johannes Blandesford : pres. by Robertus Craunford, of Parys- 

newton, and Alice his wife. 
1398, 8 Dec: Willielmus Dalby, incumbent of Loughton parva, dio. 

Line, by exchange with John Kyrkebymalueshed : patrons of the 

chantry, Robert and Alice Craunford. 
1406, 30 Nov.: Dominus Willielmus Lute, capellanus: vac. by death 

of Will. Dalby : pres. by Robert and Alice Craunford. 
1 4 12, 30 Apr.: Dominus Johannes Wortley, capellanus: vac. by res. 

of William Lutt, late chaplain : pres. by Robert Craunford, 

dominus de South Newenton, and Alice his wife. 
1412, 17 May: Dominus Ricardus Gille capellanus: vac. by res. 

of John Wortley, late chaplain : pres. by Robert Craunford, 

dominus de South Newenton, and Alice his wife. 

S. Prides wyde's Priory. 

1228: frater Helias, canonicus S. Fretheswethe, elected prior, king 
Henry III, ' ejusdem prioratus patronus,' having granted leave to 
elect. Election confirmed by the bishop (Hugh Wells). 

1235 : frater Willielmus de Glouc, quondam celerarius Dunestapl., cui 
dominus episcopus [Robert Grostete] prioratum S. Frideswide, 
Oxon., contulit, auctoritate concilii, vacantem per deposicionem 
E. Scoti, quondam prioris ibidem, eo quod conventus (petita 



CHAP. XXXVI. SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 101 



a domino rcge [Henr. Ill] licencia, et optenta, eligendi) contra 
formam elegit concilii, ad eundum prioratum admissus est, &c. 

248 : frater Robertus de Weston, canonicus S. Frideswide, recognized 
as prior, and the archdeacon of Oxford instructed to admit him. 
King Henry III had granted licence to elect, and the bishop's 
(Grostete's) commission pronounced the election canonical. 

260 : frater Johannes de Olneia, canonicus, elected prior per sup- 
priorem et conventum, the king's (Henry III) licence to elect having 
been obtained. Election confirmed by the bishop (Richard de 
Gravesend). 

278, 8 Oct. : priorship vacant by death of Robert de Olneya : licence 
to elect obtained from the king (Edward I) : the convent agreed 
on a committee of five to elect in the name of the convent. At 
Stowe, by the bishop (Rich, de Gravesend), on 8 Oct. 1278, 
after examination of the circumstances by his clerks, the election 
was quashed, as illegal. But the bishop, because of the consensus 
of opinion that frater Johannes de Leukenhouere, canonicus, was 
a fit person, decided 'curam et custodiam ipsius domus in 
temporalibus eidem tamquam priori committere/ and wrote to that 
effect to the archdeacon of Oxford. 

294, 24 Apr.: confirmation of the election of Alexander de Sutton, 
sub-prior, into the priorship vac. by cession of Robert de Ewelme; 
the king's (Edw. I) licence having been obtained. 

316, 25 Aug.: confirmation of the election of frater Robertus de 
Torueston, canonicus, to be prior in place of Alexander de 
Sutton, deceased; the king's (Edw. II) licence to elect having 
been obtained. The official of the archdeacon of Oxford (Gail- 
hardus de Mota, a Roman cardinal, non-resident) was instructed 
to install him. 

347 : charter exempting the tenants of S. Fredeswide's priory from 
military service. 

349, 11 May: confirmation of election of Nicholas de Hungerford, 
canonicus, to be prior in place of John de Lyttlemore, deceased. 

391, 23 April: confirmation of election of Thomas Bradewell, 
concanonicus, to be prior in place of John Dodeford, deceased. 
A long process. 

434, 8 June : confirmation of election of Edmund Audener, canonicus. 

to be prior. A long process. 
482 : visus status monasterii S. Fredeswide. 

49f, 16 Jan. : William Smyth, bishop of Lincoln, confers the priorship, 
vacant by death of Richard Walker, on Thomas Ware, presbiter, 



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canonicus, claiming the appointment 'per lapsum semestris 
temporis.' 

1 50 1, 6 June: William Smyth, bishop of Lincoln, confers on William 

Chedill, canon regular, priest, the priorship of S. Frideswyde, vac. 

by death of Thomas Ware, claiming the appointment ' per lapsum 

semestris temporis.' 
1 513, 8 April: approval of Dominus John Burton, sub-prior, as prior 

of S. Frideswyde's, in place of Dominus Will. Chedyll, resigned. 

S. John Baptist's Hospital. 

1237 : Robertus, capellanus, pres. by king Henry III to the warden- 
ship, vac. by res. of Elyas, capellanus. 



Littlemore Nunnery. 

1 266, 28 Oct. : confirmation of election of soror Amabilia de Saumford 1 
as prioress, in place of Isabella de Stures, deceased. Leave to 
elect had been obtained from ' frater Ricardus films Johannis, 
gerens vices Magistri Militie Templi in Anglia, patronus/ 

1274: confirmation of election of soror Amicia de Samford, commo- 
nialis, as prioress, in place of Amabil. de Saumford, deceased. 
Leave to elect had been obtained from the patron, frater Thomas 
de la ffenne, gerens vices Magistri Militie Temple in Anglia. 

1293, 1 July : confirmation of election of soror Emma de Wanetinge, 
monialis de Littelmore, as prioress, in place of soror Matilda de 
Gloucestre, deceased. 

1340, 6 Apr.: confirmation of election of soror Matilda de la Rye, 
monialis de Luttelmor, as prioress, in place of soror Agatha de 
Oxon., deceased. 

1349, 27 Apr.: the bishop of Lincoln (John Gynewell) quashed the 
election, on ground of informality, of domina Asselma Bulbek, 
monialis domus de Littelmor, to be prioress ; and claiming the 
appointment by lapse, admitted her prioress. The vacancy was' 
by death of late prioress : the election was held on 13 Apr. 
1349- 

Osney Abbey. 

1235: frater Johannes de Leche, el. abbot: the king's (Henry III) 

licence to elect having been obtained. 
1249: confirmation of the election of frater Adam de Berners, 

1 ?Saunford, i.e. Sandford. 



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canonicus domus Osen., to be abbot, in place of John [de Leche], 
resigned. 

ra6f-, 23 Jan.: confirmation of the election to abbot (vice R. 1 , re- 
signed), of William de Sutton, canon of Oseney. Mag. William 
de Neuwerk and Dominus Gilbert de Harton. examined the 
election for the bishop (Richard de Gravesend). 

1297, 2 May: confirmation of the election of John de Bebur., canon 
of Osney, as abbot in place of Roger [de Coventre], deceased. 

1 317, 30 March : confirmation of the election of John de Oseneye, 
canon of Osney, as abbot, in place of John de Bebur., resigned. 

1330, 13 Aug.: confirmation of the election of Thomas de Cude- 
lyngton, canon of Osney, as abbot, in place of John de Oseneye, 
deceased. 

1373, 25 May : confirmation of the election of John Bokeland, canon 
of Osney, as abbot in place of Thomas de Cud[l]ynton, deceased. 
Proceedings recorded at great length. 

1394: agreement between Osney abbey and Coldnorton priory as to 
tithes of S. George in the Castle of Oxford, and Thenford. 



It is worth while noting that there is a Bodleian MS. (MS. Top. gen. 
d. 4), which gives a history of Osney abbey, prepared for the press, 
by George G. Aungier — see Mr. Madan's Summary Catalogue of 
MSS., no. 25531. 

Chancellor of the University of Oxford. 

The following notices of confirmation of elections of Chancellors of 
the University occur in the institution-rolls of the bishops of Lincoln. 
In most cases the record of proceedings is very lengthy. 

1302, 8 Nov.: Mag. Walterus de Wetheringsete, S. Theol. Professor: 

vac. per cessionem Magistri Jacobi de Cobham. 
i3of, 31 Jan.: Mag. Simon de Fauresham; vac. per cessionem Mag. 

Walteri de Wetheringset. 
130!, 4 Feb.: Mag. Walterus Burdun, archdeacon of Gloucester, 

S.T.P. : vac. per cessionem Mag. Simonis de Fauresham. 

1308, 13 Apr. : Mag. Willielmus de Bosco, S.T.D. : vac. per cessionem 
Mag. Walteri Bordon. 

1309, 27 Oct.: Mag. Henricus de Mannesfeld : vac. per cessionem 
Mag. Will, de Bosco. 

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1 312, 11 Dec: Mag. Henricus de Harkele. 
1 3 I 7> J 5 Oct.: Mag. Johannes Lutterel. 
1322, 18 Oct.: Henry de Gower. 
1325, 3 Nov.: William de Alberwyk. 
i 3 2 tj 2 5 J an - : Thomas de Ocham. 

1329, 12 Nov. : Roger de Stratton. 

1330, 22 Nov.: Nigel de Wauere. 

1333, 30 May : Richard Radi, S.T.P. 

1334, 14 May: Hugh de Willughby. 

1335, 9 May: Robert de Stretford. 

1338, 10 Nov.: John de Lech. 

1339, 26 Dec: William de Skelton, 

1 34 1, 10 June : Mag. William de Bergeveny. 
1343, 10 June : Will, de Bergeveny. 
1 345, 15 May: John de Norwode. 
134®, 10 March: John de Northwode. 

1363, 14 June: Magister Johannes de Eckingham, S.T.D. : vac per 

cessionem Mag. Johannis de Renham. 
1367, 10 June: Mag. William de Courteney. 

Balliol College. 

1546, 4 Oct.: a long document, setting forth that James Brookes, 
S.T.P., had been elected Master, per maiorem, seniorem, &c, 
partem sociorum, in place of George Cootes, resigned. 

Brasenose College. 

At Lincoln cathedral are also ' voluminous papers as to Brazen-nose 
College and other Colleges/ 

Lincoln College. 

1434, 7 May: vacante nuper officio rectoris collegii beate Marie et 
Omnium Sanctorum Lincoln., in Oxonia, per mortem naturalem 
Magistri Willielmi Chaumberlayn, ultimi rectoris ejusdem, qui 
obiit septimo die mensis Marcii anno Domini mccccxxiii 0 : et 
quia collacio provisio et disposicio officii ejusdem certis et legitimis 
de causis reverendo [&c] epischopo [Will. Grey, transl. 30 Apr. 
1 43 1, died Febr. 143!-] pertinuerit, &c. : idcirco . . . Magistro 
Johanni Becke, presbitero, in sacra Theologia bacallario, viro 
virtuoso, &c, contulit, intuitu caritatis, &c 

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CHAP. XXXVI SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. 105 



for the appointment resting with the bishop may have been that 
there were no fellows, the College being on the point of expiring. 
Beke was rector of S. Michael's, and there his vested interest 
stood in the way of uniting All Saints' and S. Michael's, accord- 
ing to bishop Richard Fleming's foundation charter. 

146J. 2S Febr. : confirmation of election of Mag. Johannes Tristhorp, 
collega collegii B. M. et Omn. Sane. Lincoln, in Univ. Oxon., to 
be rector in place of John Beek, resigned : elected per correctorem 
et collegas ejusdem collegii. 

1 4^^-. 1 2 Febr. : the rectorship, vac. by death of John Tristhorp, has 
been filled by election of Mag. Georgius Strangways, S. Theol. 
bac, collega. 

14S8, 2 Nov. : confirmation of election of Mag. Will. Bethome. collega, 

as rector in place of Strangways, resigned (rectius deceased). 
149-I, 15 March: confirmation of election of Mag. Thomas Bank, 

collega, as rector in place of Will Bethum, deceased. 
1503, 21 Nov. : confirmation of election of Mag. Thomas Drax, S.T.B., 

nuper socius, as rector in place of Thomas Bankys, deceased. 
1 53-^. 11 Jan.: confirmation of election of Hugh Weston. M.A., as 

rector in place of John Cottysford, S.T.B., resigned. 



In the muniment-room of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln is a IMS. 
• Status controversiae inter rev. Oxon.' [John Fell] ' et Lincoln.' 
[Thomas Barlow] 1 episcopos, de ordinatione ' [in Lincoln College 
chapel : Doble's Hearne's Collections, ii. 300]. 1 an legitime an contra 
canones ; disputatio habita in capella Collegii Reginae, anno 1676.' 

Oriel College. 

1326. 23 May : ordinacio novi collegii aule beate Marie, Oxon. : a long 
deed. 

1 33 1, 16 Oct. : inspeximus pro domo beate Marie, Oxon. 

1332. 27 June: Prepositura domus beate Marie, Oxon.. vac. per 
mortem domini Ade de Brom : Ma°r. Willielmus de Leverton. 
mag. et socius, has been elected per concordem electionem 
sociorum suorum. 

1 3 7 3 ; 11 July: Prepositura domus sive aule beate Marie. Oxon.. vac. 

by death of Will, de Daventre : Mag. John de Colyntre has been 

elected concorditer per collegium ejusdem domus. 
1394. 15 Dec: confirmation of election of John Maldon. S. Theol. 

scholaris and M.B., on death of Mag. John Myddelton, S.T.D. 

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1 414, 17 Nov.: Mag. John Rote, 'socius et scholaris/ has been 
elected : vac. by death of dominus John Possell. 

1 4 if, 10 March: Mag. William Corve has been elected. Very long 
proceedings. 

1 41 7, 29 Oct.: Richard Garsdale, former fellow, has been elected 
provost 'per maiorem et seniorem partem sociorum/ Long 
proceedings. 

142 1, 1 Dec: confirmation of election of Henry Kayll, scholaris et 

socius collegii sive aule beate Marie de Oryell Universitatis 

Oxonie, to be provost. 
1 435, 4 June : confirmation of election of Walter Lyhert, former fellow, 

to be provost, in room of John Carpenter, S.T.P., resigned. 
149I, 26 Febr. : confirmation of election of Thomas Cornyssh, Tinen. 

episc, to be provost in room of John Taylor, deceased. 
1516, 25 Oct.: Edmund Wilforde, S.T.P., provost, died 3 Oct. 1516. 

James More, S.T.B., has been elected in his place. Very long 

process. 

I 53° J 2 5 Nov.: long document, setting forth that Thomas Warre, 
S.T.P., has been appointed provost in room of James Moore, 
resigned. 

i53§, 21 Jan.: Henry Myn, artium professor, pres. by dean and 
fellows as elected provost in place of Thomas Ware, res. 

3540, 7 Nov.: William Haynes, S.T.B., pres. by the dean and 
fellows as elected provost in place of Henry Myn, deceased. 



(CHAPTER XXXVII.) 



The Names and Lives of those Writers and Famous 
Persons that have bin borne in Oxon. 

(Wood mentions this, i. 38, as an intended chapter for his City 
treatise, but adds the note ' not done! We can, however, from these 
volumes, and from a run through the Athenae Oxonienses, discover 
what names he would have included. 

The foremost name would have been Richard I, Cceur-de-lion, 
*• 7 7 ? 367 ; and King John, also, would have been brought in, i. 367. 
In later politics, there is no name to be inserted till we come to 
Henry Marten, the Regicide, 1 1680. 

Of bishops, Wood mentions John de Oxon., bishop of Norwich, 11 75, 
1 1 200; Maugerus, bishop of Worcester, 1 200, ti 2 1 2 ; Thomas Cooper, 
author of the Latin dictionary, bishop of Lincoln, 157 1, and of Win- 
chester, 1584, 1 1594 ; John Underbill, bishop of Oxford, 1589, 1 1592 ; 
William Peirce, bishop of Bath and Wells, 1632, 1 1670. 

Among writers of early date, place would have been found for 
Malgerius, i. 77 ; and for Thomas Wyke, i. 320, the Osney chronicler. 
Letters of times nearer Wood's own would have claimed Sir William 
Davenant, Poet Laureate, 1 1668; Sir Toby Mathews, the supposed 
papal agent at the court of Charles I, translator into Italian of Bacon's 
Essays, 1 1655 ; and 'captain' William Hicks, whose book of Oxford 
jests found so many imitators. 

The representatives of scholarship would have been the Orientalists, 
Edward Pocock, 1 1691, and James Lamb, 1 1664 ; Barten Holyday, 
translator of Juvenal, + 1661 ; and Gerard Langbaine the younger, 
a pioneer in the bibliography of the English drama. Science, in 
several ages, would have been represented by Edward Wootton, 
+ I555? tne zoologist; Thomas Hariet, mathematician and navigator, 
+ 162 1 ; and Henry Coley, astrologer. 

Of contributors to the polemical divinity of his own and the pre- 
ceding age, W T ood notes the preacher of reasonableness, William 



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Chillingworth, 1*164 J, and his frantic opponent, Francis Cheynell, 
1 1665. And among minor stars of the same class, John Garbrand 
alias Herks, 1*1589, John Prime, 1*1596, John Dawson, 1 1641, 
Thomas Coleman, + 1647, an ^ ms own brother Edward Wood, 
1 1655, with Puritan sympathies ; and of Royalists, Matthias Prideaux, 
t 1646, Henry Jackson, t 1662, editor and admirer of Hooker, and 
Henry Bignell, 1 1656, a typical specimen of the genus 1 scandalous 
and malignant priest.' 

Sir Richard Holloway, Justice of the King's Bench, in spite of 
Wood's personal antipathy to him, must have been given a place, 
because of his part in the trial of the bishops. Benjamin Woodroffe, 
t 171 2, whose project of a Greek college, and negotiations to have 
his hall (Gloucester Hall) erected into a college, supply a very amusing 
chapter of Oxford history, just comes into Wood's period. William 
Lyde alias Joyner, a Roman Catholic, whose friendship Wood found 
very embarrassing in the Popish plot days (Wood's Life and Times, 
ii. 427, 433), and some other versifiers and sermon-writers of Wood's 
contemporaries might have been brought in as 1 writers,' though not 
as 1 famous persons.') 



(CHAPTER XXXVIII.) 



(Monumental Inscriptions in Oxford Churches.) 

(In the MS. of Wood's City treatise, MS. Wood F 29 A, there is 
a section (fol. 321-356), of larger paper than the rest, which gives 
monumental inscriptions in the churches of S. Mary's, S. Aldate's, 
S. Mary Magdalen, All Saints, S. Michael's, S. Martin's, S. Peter's 
in the East, and S. Cross (Holywell). 

This was at one time part of a separate treatise (cited, ii. 173, by 
Wood as his ' folio book of monuments '), and was probably inserted 
by Wood in his City volume as an after- thought when he had used 
up the other part of it in his Colleges and Halls. It occurs as an 
integral part of the City volume in the 1697 Catalogue made im- 
mediately after the transfer of Wood's MSS. to the Ashmolean 
Museum. It is therefore printed here. 

These records are of some permanent value owing to the destruc- 
tion of monuments in the fall of All Saints and the demolition of 
S. Aldate's church. 

It may be noted that these Oxford monuments have received, and 
are receiving, a considerable amount of attention. We have, con- 
temporary with Wood, Matthew Hutton's notes of inscriptions in 
Oxford churches, MS. Rawl. B 397, made 1659-60. There are 
also many Oxford inscriptions in Thomas Dingley's History from 
Marble, written about 1670, published by the Camden Society' in 
1867. MS. Harl. 964 is Richard Symonds' notes of Oxford city 
and suburban churches, taken before the Civil War : I have not seen 
the volume. 

For more recent, and more valuable, work, I may refer to the 
Journal of the Oxford Brass-rubbing Society. 

I am indebted to the Rev. John Darlington, M.A., Lincoln College, 
for transcribing the inscriptions of S. Mary's, S. Aldate's, and S. Mary 
Magdalen during his undergraduate days.) 



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<fol. 321 a.> In S. Marie's Church, Oxon. 1 

In the chancell. 
On a fair white marble fastned to the north wall by the high altar 
is this : — 

To the memory of the late most vertuous and truly religious M ris Anne Hele, 
wife of Nicholas Hele, gent. (M.A. of this Universitie), who died in childbed 
Nov. 6, 1664, being the 25 yeare of her age, and lyes here interred. 



We greive our losse, ble'st soul ! and might whole shores 

Of teares have stayed thee, still thou hadst been ours. 

Vertue's faire copie, and heavens choice delight, 

Too good for men's, more fit for angells', sight. 

In whose unspotted breast, sweet innocence 

(Exil'd by most) found welcome and defence. 

Vertue's great triumph, and thy sexes pride, 

Religion's boast, pure gold in furnace try'de. 

'Tis hard within its bounds our greif to keepe : 

Our softer hearts must with thy marble weepe. 

Yet listning to thy Halleluiahs, wee 

Forbeare, and onlie long to be with thee. 

Satis mihi vixi non aliis. 

Armes on this monument are ' five lozenges ermine in bend, a 
cressant for a difference/ impaling ' two barrs/ by the name of Penne, 
without colours. 

On a brass plate fastned to the wall under the aforesaid monument 
is this : — 

De juvene 2 lectissimo Jacobo Blount, filio et haerede Johannis Blount in com. 
Hereford, armigeri, immatura morte praerepto, Coll. Oriel 3 Maii 3 , 1600, aetatis 
suae 19 

Tetrastichon. 
Dissimilem quae te dant exanthemata nobis, 

Fallor ? an hac similem te quoque (JavOe) dabant. 
Scilicet ille tui marcescens flosculus agri 

Est ortus? non est: nam simul ortus obit. 

A little below the former is an altar-monument of course marble, 
above which (against the wall) hath been a white marble table, 
adorned on its verg with military tokens, as drums, colours, fifes, 
pikes, swords, &c, carved in fine stone; and on the same white 
marble (which hath been many yeares since taken away by command 

1 Matthew Hutton's notes of these 2 ' juveni ' in MS. : Hutton has ' di- 
monuments are in MS. Rawl. B 397, lectissimo.' 
pp. 21-35. 3 Hutton adds 'anno salutis.' 



CHAR XXXVI1L MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS, in 



of the Olivarians, for certaine passages therein *) hath been this in- 
scription : — 

Solve lacrymas tuas viator : alibi fortassis, at hfc non est quod spectes gratis : 
Edoardus Feilding 

De summo loco vir, quern Newuham Padox in agro Warwicensi villa (majorum 
cunabila N atque ille villam mutuo honestarunt, Belgiae, Sueviae, imo totius Ger- 
maniae, nec non et charae patriae suae honoribus onustus, hie fessa deponit 
membra, qui fide, diligentia militari, atque animi in summis periculis praesentia, 
inter suos clarus, postquam adversus Dei hostes, Ecclesiae, Regis, Legum, et 
bonorurn omnium fortiter ac faeliciter se gesserit in proeliis 

Keintoniensi, 

Brainfordiensi, 

Roundwaidownensi, 

Neuburiensi 

quinque tandem acceptis vulneribus 20 die Septembris An. Dom. 1643 (meriti 
oppressus pondere an sanguinis (fol. 32ib)inopia fractus, futura est quaestio), 
non sine communi luctu, fato succubuit suo. 

Armes are 1 argent, on a fess blue, 3 lozenges or/ quartering, 1, 
' ennine, on a fess blue 3 escallops or'; 2, 'gules, a bend argent 
between 6 martletts or'; 3, 'gules, a saltire vaire argent and blue' 
[Willington] ; but these were set up without colours. 

On a black marble table against the said north wall is this : — 

Arlingtoniae in agro Gloucestrensi indigena, Londini municeps efnorescens, 
societatis aurifabrorum amplamembrum vere aureum, amicorum amor et deliciae, 
ecclesiae' filius pius et instructus, Willielmus Smithier hanc juxta tabulam resurrec- 
tionem praestolans dormit, qui natali solo hucusque cedens ad Londinenses suos 
se recepturus, heu ! in ipso aditu ad hanc urbem febre interreptus debitum naturae 
hie rependit, et ad beatas sedes placide migravit. Cujus meritis pie consulens 
Maria uxor quinquennium circiter perpulchra, viae vero vitaeque comite viduata, 
relicta ejus moestissima (sobole non superante qua parentis memorandi simulachrum 
posteris vivum extaret) hoc ejus memoriae sacrum dicavit marmor. 

A , \ mense Aug. ) I salutis MDCLXI 
Obnt i . & } anno < . .. „, 

( die xxix $ ( aetatis XL. 

(Arms : — ) 1 barry of six ' : without colours. The crest 1 a bull's 
(or ox) head coup'd/ 

A little below the former, is this following, on a black marble fix'd 
to the wall: — 

Memoriae S. S. 

Mariti charissimi Georgii Mompesson, armigeri, apud Corton in agro Wilton, 
oriundi, qui pridie Cal. Septembris MDCXXXV naturae debitum persolvit. Uxor 
superstes E. M. insigne hoc fidi amoris debitum moerens posuit. 



1 subst. for 'which hath been many yeares, upon what account I know not, 
taken away.' 



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(Arms : — ) ' argent, a lyon rampant sable, in dexter canton a 
cressant gules/ quartering four other coates \ 

On the south wall of the chancell: — 
At the upper end neare the high altar is a black marble table, 
with this inscription theron : — 

In hope of a glorious resurrection here lyes interred the body of M ris Joyce 
Hardinge, wife of Thomas Hardinge, Bachelor of Divinitie, and Rector of Soulderne 
in the countie of Oxon, daughter of William Stapleton of Lily wood in the countie 
of Stafford, esq., who was an eminent patterne and example of pietie and charitie 
towards the poore : she deceased on the 28 of May in the yeare of her age 49 and 
in the yeare of our Lord Christ 1 650. 

(Arms : — ) ' argent, a dolphin naiant embowed vert, finned or'; 
impaling, ' argent, a lyon rampant sable.' 

The said Thomas Hardinge before mentioned was formerlie as 
I conceive fellowe of S. John's College in Cambridge, and afterward 
one of the masters of Westminster schoole, whose proficiency in the 
Greek tongue was so great, that he was commonlie called The 
Grecian. He was Rector of the aforesaid church of Soulderne 26 
yeares, where he was not onlie eminent for his holy (fol. 322 a) and 
pious conversation but for his hospitality and charity to the poore. 
He died 10 Oct. 1648 and was buried in the chancell of Soulderne 
church, in the time of the great revolution and change of the church 
and state, living and dying himselfe in the same constancy of obe- 
dience, a true son of the church and a professor of the antient 
Catholique faith. His epitaph is legible in the larg volumes of his 
workes, especially in a great ecclesiasticall history, which comming 
into his widdow's hands after his death, and from hers (when she 
died in Hart hall) to Mr. John Fell, came since into those of Dr. 
William Lloyd, Deane of Bangor; and 'tis the foundation of that 
ecclesiasti(c)all History of England which he is about to publish. 

A little belowe the former, on a neat white marble, is this inscrip- 
tion following set up to the memory of Thomas Gourney, M.A. and 
fellow of Brasenose, who dying on the second of July was the same 
day buried here, anno 1661 : — 

Adeste niveae ! candidae adeste animae ! quae non intermorturae amicitiae 
solatia degustastis, date gemitus, lacrymasque vestras; acerbum juxtaque imma- 
turum Gurnaei funus tales deposcit Hyacinthos et Lilia ; occubuit unus acri 

1 Hutton gives them as : — tween 3 lyons faces or ' ; 4. ' a towre 

1 . * gules, a chevron ermine between triple-towred sable, in cheife 3 pellets ' 

3 lyons faces or ' ; 2. ' argent, a lyon — the last as the first. 

passant gules ' ; 3. { blue, a fesse be- 



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ingenio, optima indole, suavissimis moribus ornatus, spe ex omni parte magna, 
sod heu ! brevi praecisa. Patria natus est Northampton, antiquae stirpis parentibus, 
quern primum Oxoniae missum alumnum fovet Coll. Aen. Nas., post socium, 
ejusdem nullo non tempore insigne decus et ornamentum, quod cum ingenii 
acumine, mellitissimis moribus, et vel in juvene senilis animi prudentia ornaret 
funesta variolarum lue correptus triste sui apud omnes bonos desiderium relinquens, 
amicos potissimum ; candidam et piam animam Christo reddidit, Jul. 3 anno aerae 
Christianae mdclxi. Lugete vos hujusce busti aequissimae praeficae ! Vos charites 
omnes et musae lugete ! 

Amies are ' paly of six,' without colours ; creast, ' lyon's head 

issuing out of a coronet/ 

Below the former is this on a plate of brass fixed to the said south 
wall :— 

Epitaphium in mortem Nicholai Quarme, filii et haeredis Roberti Quarme de 
Woodhowse in West-Allington in comit. Devon, generosi, Oxoniae defuncti, anno 
aetatis suae decimo sexto, et decimo secundo calendas Sept. Anno Dom. 1598. 



Haec monumenta mei, tibi sunt documenta futuri. 

Quod jacet hie fies, quodque tueris eris. 
Doctus eram, juvenilis eram : doctrina juventus 

Nil valuere tamen, cessit utrumque neci. 

(fol. 322 b.) Inscriptions on stones laying on the ground in the 

chancell. 

On a blew marble, laying before the high altar : — 

Here lyeth the body of Henry Brett, gent., the son of Henry Brett of Elsfield, 
esq., who died 29 March 1671. 

Armes are ' fess dauncette'e, thirteen billets, four and three above, 
three, two, and one below/ without colours. 

Upon a little white stone 2 , on the first step leading to the altar : — 
Nathaniel Butler, commensalis collegii Oriel, obiit Dec. 4, 1628. 
He was the son of Nathaniel Butler of Saperton in Gloucestershire, 
and died in the 1 9 yeare of his age. 

On a marble 3 , laying on the said first step, is this : — 

In Aula floruit Beatae Mariae, pietatis, literarum, et ingenii candoris exemplum, 
illustris juvenis Edvardus Crosse, qui Johannis Crosse de Halberton in agro 
Devoniensi, et Johannae Wood filiae Tristrami Wood de Riddeford in agro Somer- 
setensi generosi, parentum spes unica, et expiraturae prosapiae conatus ultimus, 
a Petechiali correptus febre, diem obiit Feb. 10, 1654. 

1 ' doctrinae ' in MS. 3 ' On a gravestone of black marble' : 

a see Dingley's History from Marble, Hutton. 
p. lxxxvii. 

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On a little white marble fastned to an old stone : — 
Sir Charles Blount, knight, died June the I, 1644. 

He was of Mapledurham in this countie, and was killed at the 
north port, by the sentinell, for not standing at his command. 

In 1 the middle of the chancell, on an old marble is a certaine 
french inscription in Saxon letters, of which is onlie legible Walter de 
Villete. And on another neare to the former, onlie this, Johannes de 
Delham, the rest woren away by time and treading. 

About the middle of the chancell on the north side is this on a flat 
marble : 

Hie jacet Georgius Bysse, Baccalaureus in artibus, e coll. Wadhami, filius Georgii 
Bysse de Badcomb in agro Somerset, armig., obiit Mar. 16, A.D. 1675. 

Armes are 1 three escallops on a pale ' ; impaling, 1 a lyon rampant 
with a cressant for a difference/ without colours. 

On a brass plate fastned to a marble 2 : — 

Sis memor: absque mora properat mors, preterit hora, 

Willelmus testis Scot est victus nece pestis. 

Quem Cardinalis Eboraci sanguis honorat, 

Cancia natalis cui patria que 3 modo plorat : 

Hie fuit a cujus vultus gravitate modestus, 

Carnis et immunis viciis cunctis et honestus, 

Anno milleno Domini C quater quadrageno 4 . 

Adjuncto semel I Gereonis lumine feste 

Mors rapit, hunc plora, Christe sit ei salus ora. 

Neare the former, this 5 : — 

Hie jacet magister Wills, de Hawkesworth, sacre pagine quondam professor, 
et tercius prepositus hujus ecclesie, qui obiit VIII die April 6 Anno Domini 
MCCCXLIX. 

(fol. 323 a.) The reader is to note that in the chancell have been 
engraven on the pavement the initiall letters of severall persons that 
lye there buried, with the years of their decease, but to tell the names 



1 On a slip pasted to fol. 322 b is this 
note : — 

Below the altar steps are two antient 
marble stones with Saxon inscriptions 
on them, but much obliterated. 

The first runs thus : — 

' Hie jacet magister Johannes de Del- 
ham, quondam hujus ecclesiae sancte 
marie virginis' (rector or decanus) 
' cujus anime propitietur deus, amen.' 



On the other, this : — 

* Mestre Walter de Villete gist yci deu 

e sa alme eyt mercy.' 
The stone is figured in Dingley, I.e., 
lxxxvii, who says Deulflete. 

2 Dingley, I.e., lxxxiv and lxxxv. 

3 1 quem ' in Dingley. 

4 Wood notes, in margin, ' 1440.' 
6 Dingley, I.e., lxxxiv. 

6 M. Hutton gives ' August.' 



CHAP. XXXVIIL MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 115 



of all at length, being not now in my power, I shall set downe as 
many that by the help of the regester have come to my knowledge, 
with the day and yeare on which they have been buried, viz. : — 

Sir James Hussey, knight buried 11 July, 1625. 

William Brockhurst, gent. ,, 26 June, 1643. 
Catherine, daughter of Sir William Leigh, 

knight 7 June, 1626. 

Thomas Stroude, gent. „ 24 Sept. 1643. 
William Hutchins, Bac. of Div. and fellow of 

Brasnose Coll. „ 2 Jan. 1647 \ 

R. (quaere) Bull, gent. 16 Feb. 1645 2 . 

Richard Gough, gent., merchant of Bristow ,, 5 Aug. 1629. 

Ralph Braddyll 3 , Principall of S. Marie's hall „ 14 May, 1632. 

Captaine John Richardson „ 4 June, 1646. 

Captaine Henry Skipworth or Skipwith ,, 3 Oct. 1643. 

Captain Hugh Haughton „ 25 May, 1643. 
Henry Ashworth, Dr. of Physicke, somtimes 

fellow of Oriel Coll. „ 15 Oct. 1633. 

Sir Charles Vavasor, knight „ 1 March, 1643 4 . 

William Clapham, gent. „ 1 June, 1645. 

Sir William Mallory, knight ,, 22 July, 1643. 

Captaine (W., quaere) Lowe „ 18 June, 1643. 

William May, gent. „ 29 Nov. 1643. 
Atherton Bruch, of Brasenose Coll., somtimes 

proctor of the Universitie „ 29 Oct. 1633. 

Margaret, wife of Sir Simon Fanshaw, knight „ 6 Feb. 1642 5 . 

Anne, wife of Sir Thomas Leigh, knight 13 July, 1643. 

Sir John Dolton, knight 23 July, 1643. 

Sir John Spelman, knight „ 26 July, 1643. 

Sir-Thomas Boswell, knight „ 25 Oct. 1643. 

Anne, wife of Sir John Teryngham, knight ,, 28 Jan. 1643 6 . 

Fraunces, viscountess Purbeck ,, 4 June, 1645. 



(fol. 323 b.) In the bodie of the church. 

On the north wall, as you passe into the chancell : — 

Daniel Amorrien 7 , ex antiqua et nobili equestris ordinis familia, apud Westphal., 
Germ, pop., nat. mag. pat. Wilheimi Amorrien magnae spei primogenitus filius 
utraque stud, periodo peracta Oxoniae uber. ingenii cultus gratia agens, coelo 
adfert. max. luctu damnoque patriae. Obiit 3 Octobris, Anno Ciddc, aet. 21. • 

Concerning this person I find in the regester this written, 'Dan. 
Morrien' (a Morrien) ' sepultus 26 Sept. 1599/ so that presuming that 
this monument was set up some yeares after the decease of the 

1 i.e. i6 4 |. 5 i.e. i6 4 f. 

2 i.e. 164$. ■ 6 i.e. 164$. 

8 This entry is scored out in pencil. 7 Hutton has 1 A morien.' 

4 i.e. i6 4 £. 

I 2 



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1 un tie, the exact time of his death was forgotten. The armes on 
it are, ' argent, a file of four points in bend sinister sable, a mullet of 

6 points in canton dexter gules/ The crest to it is, ' upon a floure de 
lize issuing out of a crowne, a man's head' (without colours) and under 
the coat is written ' Morrien.' There be also three other coats, which 
I presume do belong to certaine matches of his familie, as first the 
coat belonging to Rec Ke, secondly that belonging to Val Ke, and 
thirdly that of Ossen Brock. The blasoning of all which is needless, 
I suppose, now to repeat \ 

On a brass plate fastned to a marble laying on the ground neare 
to the chancell dore : — 

Orate pro animabus Johannis Staffolde et Margarete consortis suae, nec non 
Alicie et Agnetis filiarum ejusclem. 

This John Staffold died about the yeare 142 1 and his widdow 
Margaret was afterward married to William Offord, a burgher of Oxon. 

Neare to the former was another stone 2 (which layd before the 
reformation of religion neare the altar of S. Thomas) and theron 
the proportion of a man in a gowne, with a bedell's staff in his hand, 
and an inscription underneath (severall yeares since woren out) shew- 
ing that there was buried John Doo, somtimes Yeoman-Bedell of 
the faculty of the Law (son of William Doo and Margaret his wife of 
Fincham in the parish of S. Marten in Norfolke) which John died 

7 Nov. 1507 (23 Hen. VII). 

by pestilence I had my passage 

All reasonable creatueres that walke by thys waye 
For mye sowle, I praye, a charytabell suffrage praye. 

The armes on it are ' a bedell's staff, between three does' heads 
crazed.' 



1 Hutton gives them as follows : — 
(2) 'blue, on a fesse argent 3 pallets 
gules ' ; the crest ' a pair of wings 
levant blue issuing out of a crowne or ' 
(on the wings the fesse as in the coate) — 
underneath it REC ke. 

This and the former are over the 
inscription. Under it are (1) ' argent, 
a raven sergreant sable, membred and 
beaked or,' the crest the like bird be- 
tween a pair of homes — underneath it 
val ke; (2) 'gules, a bull's head 
couped in bend sinister argent,' the 
crest the like head issuing out of a 



crown or — underneath it ossen brock. 

2 described in Dingley, I.e., xci, 
where a longer copy of the inscription 
is given : — ' In worldly solace man putt 
thou noo confidence in what degree 
thou be, but . . . not ever endur ... so 
they wyll . . . Jhon Doo was my name 
I now ... in the yere of oure Lord 1467 
November the 7 day out of this world 
. . . pestilence I had my passage All 
re . . . creatures that walke by this 
way for my soule I pray you of your 
charitable suffrage . . 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 117 



On another plate fastned to a white stone : — 

Beati mortui qui in domino moriuntur. 

Foelici memoriae Thomae White, medicamentarii peritissimi et fidelissimi, ex 
Academia Oxoniensi, qui lento confectus morbo, e vita hac mortali placide 
emigravit 10 die Sept. An. Dom. 1616, aetatis suae 48. Uxor charissima po. fe. 

Candida sic virtus tua sic pietasque fidesque 

Meniere nomen candidi 
Donee eras hospes terrae, et nunc incola coeli 

Factus re ipsa candidus. 
Aeternum sequeris quocunque incesserit agnum 

Stolaque fulges candidd l . 

(fol. 324 a.) On another brass plate under the effigies of a 
woman : — 

Here lyeth the body of Fridesvvyde Goode, late wife of Richard Goode, late 
alderman of this citie, who deceased the 18 November 1623. 

In the regester thus, Friswide Good, vidua, sepultus' 1 8 Dec. 1622, 
so that here you see is a fault somewhere. 

On a white stone : — 

Here lyeth the body of Thomas Harris, one of the Aldermen of this citie of 
Oxon, who was three times Mayor of this cittie, and died the 10 of May 1628. 

On another : — 

Gulielmns Goulsey, Art. bac. coll. Aenean. obiit 8 Dec. 1622. 
On another white stone : — 

Depositum suavissimi adolescentis Samuelis Oxwick 3 , Roberti Oxwick, mercatoris 
Londiniensis, ex lectissima conjuge Elizabetha, filii unici, sed accumulatis naturae 
donis prolis instar numerosae ; ob eximias corporis, ingenii, artisque, dotes chari 
(heu nimium) Amasii parentum, omnium dum superfuit, sed et dei, dum in flore 
reptus, tarn cito occidit maturus coelo, nondum saeculo, anno aetatis suae 14, 
Christi 1638, Sept. die 16. 

On another : — 

Here lyeth the body of Joseph Barnes, stationer and printer of this most famous 
Universitie, who departed this world in the 72 yeare of his age, the 6 of December 
1618. 

In his grave was buried (Anne) his daughter, the widdow of John 
Sambach, Doctor of Physick, who died 2 April 1657, sme prole. 



1 after this entry Wood wrote : — 
'Neare to this was another inscription 
on a brass plate for the wife (if I doe 
not forget myself) of Dr. John Prideaux, 
daughter of Dr. (William) Goodwin, 
somtimes Deane of Christ Church ; but 



long since toren off and stoln away.' 
Then he scored it out, adding in the 
margin : ' quaere,' ' vide S. Michael's 
Church.' 

2 sic in MS. 

3 Hutton has ' Ostwick.' 



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On a fair larg marble in this epitaph (made by Henry Cornish, 
somtimes canon of Ch. Ch.) for John Nixon, alderman (son of John 
Nixon of Blechingdon in this countie, yeoman) who died 14 Apr. 
1662 : — 

John Nixon of this cittie Alderman, 

Ended that race he 73 yeares span, 

In April 62. No merits he 

Owned but Christ's, yet by its fruit the tree 

Is to be knowne. Twice twentie free-school-boyes, 

Immortalize his name, and with less noise 

Farre greater bounties were disperst unknowne, 

Except to reapers where his seed was sowne. 

May many more this worthie patterne eye, 

A good faire copie for posterity, 

Neare to him was buried his widdow, Joane (daughter of Steven- 
son of Weston on the green, pieb.), who died 18 Aug. 1671, sine 
prole : the armes of whome with her husband's are impaled on the 
said stone. 

On a blew marble towards the west dore : — 
Thomas Bowring 1 died the 21 day of May 1639, aet. suae 44. 



Quern tegit hoc marmor peperit Devonia fiorens 
Omnibus Oxonii charus Sanctis animabus 
Coelum continuo recolens terrena reliquit 
Quoque die natus, conjux denatus, eodem 
Uxoris natis charum sed triste relinquens 
Mvqpoovvov fidei redivivae non moriturae. 

Neare to the west dore, on a white marble of a diomond square : — 

Hie jacet matris spes unica Rogerus Dollinge generosi filius e com. Devon, qui 
obiit 19 die Aug. 1657. 

(Armes) ' three torches flaming'; impaling, 'two bends,' without 
colours. 

(fol. 324 b.) In the north isle, joyning to the body. 

At the foot of the staires leading somtimes to the old Congregation 
House, and in the place where somtimes stood S. Katherine's altar, 
is an erected tombe 2 of free stone planked with marble, and over it 
is a larg peice of brass plates. One of them containeth the picture 
of a man kneeling in a procuratoriall habit and formalize, speaking 

1 Wood notes in the margin : — ' He against All Souls College.' 
was a vintner of this parish living 2 described in Dingley, I.e., lxxxv. 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 119 



those two verses to the picture of St. Catherine with a coronet upon 
her head : — 

Auxiliare tuis famulum precibus Katerina 
Ut mihi cum superis sit sine fine locus. 

Another containeth the picture of St. Katherine, who stands above 
him at some distance and doth in answer to his petition direct her 
speech to the picture of an old man sitting in a chaire above, and at 
some distance from her, pointing with her right hand (while she 
speaks) to the supplicant below: — 

Obsecro, summe 1 deus, veniam concede precanti 
Edmundo Croston gloria fine carens. 

And a third containeth this epitaph, to the memory of the de- 
funct : — 

Hie lapis Edmundi Croston tegit ossa sepulti 

Olim qui vivus vir fuit eximius. 
Lancastrensis erat patria princeps et eeni 2 

Contubermoli providus atque sagax 
Procurator item respublica pace quievit, 

Postque Bikulswadie praefuit ecclesie. 
Post Christum natum labitur millesimus annus, 

Et post quingentos septimus annus erat 3 , 
Anteque calendas sextum Februarius egit, 

Hunc ex hoc seculo cum rapuere fata. 
Hec quicunque legis Croston memor esto precando 

Ut sibi cum superis detur in arce locus. 

Upon this tombe (which cost 2/2. 2s. ^d.) are crosses with tuns at 
each end, and upon the tabinacular work over it are tuns ingraven, 
and at the side is a cross fitched, peircing through a tunne 4 . After 
this tombe was built, it served for an altar, and the chantry preist 
celebrated therat, as at St. Katherine altar which stood in the very 
place as I have told you where this tombe now stands. 

On a brasse fastned to the buttress of the steeple : — 

Epitaphium in mortem Edovardi Chernock, Aeneanasensis, unici filii et heredis 
Roberti Chernock de Chernock in comitatu Lancastriae, armigeri, Oxoniae 
defuncti quinto die Augusti anno 1581. 

Quod patruo melius, currentibus ordine fatis, 
Triste dares carmen, do tibi chare nepos : 

Qui quod eras eque charus patruoque patrique, 
In lachrymas simuli, cogimur ire modo. 



1 Wood wrote ' sancte,' as a correction ; 
but afterwards rejected.it. 

2 Wood wrote ' eevi,' as a correction ; 
then rejected it ; then wrote in the 
margin ' eevi, quaere.' ' A member ' 



(contubernalis) ' of Brasenose Hall ' 
(Aene (aule)) seems meant. 

3 Wood notes, in the margin, '1507.' 

* figured in Diugley, I.e. 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Ncc si lugcndum juste cedentibus unquam 

E vita est, luctus nostcr iniquus erit. 
Namque tribus lustris plene vir amplius actis 

Solum fata suo preripuere patri. 
Artes, ingenium, mores, industria, corpus 

Singula dicebant pene fuisse virum. 
(fol. 325 a.) Scilicet hunc tantum miseris ostendit amicis, 

Deinde rapi voluit summits ad astra deus. 
Censuit indignum nobis, ideoque recepit, 

Se dignum statuens coelitibusque suis. 

(Arms : — ) ' on a bend three cross croslets/ quartering, c a cross 
molin, a fleur de lis in dexter canton/ without colours. 

(A slip pasted to fol. 325.) On a white marble table 1 fastned to 
the north wall, below the said buttress : — 

P. M. 

Sampsonis White, militis, flagrante rebellione subditi fidelissimi, hujus civitatis 
aldermanni et bis praetoris, i° sub reditu regis, cui in coronationis festo ad 
Botelaria serviebat, 2° cum saeviente undique pestilentia, parliamentum Oxonii 
indicebatur. Magistratum semper sustinuit modeste et diligenter sine fanatica 
austeritate vel fastidio, quo nemo melius civitati prospexit, quamvis nullas unquam 
lites movit cum Academia. Quod ad magis privatum vitae genus spectat, domi 
hospitalitatem, humanitatem foras, ubique honestum et decorum ita exercebat, ut 
pietate, charitate, et prudentia, vix ulli videretur secundus, inter tot virtutes 
consenescens morti succubuit. 

Anno \ ^ a * ut * s \ a ^ omn j DUS desideratus. 

( Aetatis 78 \ 

Maria conjux moestissima (ex quo septem filios susceperat et quattuor filias) 
post consortium foelicissimum per quinquaginta annos monumentum hoc posuit. 

Laus Deo. 

(Arms : — ) ' or, a chevron gules between three parrets vert, within 
a bordure azure charged with bezants ' — impaling ' argent, a saltire 
ingraild between twelve billets sable/ The first coat of armes was 
put for Sir Sampson White, born at Cogges neare Witney in Oxford- 
shire, where his name hath continued time out of mind ; but how any 
of his family that 3 claime that coat, which was granted to the Whites 
of Southwarnborough in Hampshire, I cannot conceive. The other 
coat is put for Soper of Hampshire. 

(fol. 325 a.) On the east side of the north dore, hath been an 
inscription painted on a black table fastned to the wall, but long since 
woren out 4 . It was set up to the memory of John Acroid, cheif 



1 Wood notes in pencil: — ' This is r to 
follow the epitaph of Robert Charnock': 
' Robert,' in error for Edward. 

2 Wood notes, in the margin, 'he 
died 28 Sept. 1684.' 



3 sic for ' can.' 

4 Hutton's account of it is this : — 
A little stone table against the north 
wall, now within the stairs that go up 
to the gallery (some say it is for one 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 121 



builder of the Schooles, who was buried underneath it 11 Sept. 1613. 
There was no signe left of it as belonging to him, onlie the armes of 
the freemasons, which I shall mention in S. Peter's church in 
the East. 

On a white stone laying on the ground neare the entrie in Adam 
Brome's chappell : — 

Depositum praematuri juvenis Johannis Clerke, filii natu minoris Gilberti 
Clerke, annigeri Derbiens. Obiit Aug. I, 1642. 

On another : — 

Robert Whitley, gent., M. of A. of Brasnose, buried 30 Dec. 1617. 
On another: — 

John Pate, M.A. of Brasenose, 11 Feb. 1619 1 . 

In the south isle joyning to the body. 

At the upper end on the north wall is this, on a black marble 
table :— 

Felici memoriae nobilissimi Ovenii Julii Dani, ex antiqua et equestri Juliorum 
Danorum familia, modis omnibus sanguine, virtute, pietate praenobilis juvenis, 
Hermanni Julii domini de Abergh et serenissimi Regis Daniae, Norwegiae, 
Gothorum, &c, Christiani IIII in insula Gotlandiae gubernatoris, filii, qui in 
aetatis suae fiore, dum patria et amici auctiorem ab ipso messem sperabant, 
(Germania et Gallia per integrum quinquennium peragratis) quinto in Angliam 
adventus sui mense, oculos in unum Jesum Christum nitentis, eo annum agens xxiii 
cum vera dei 2 invocatione, quietissime obdormivit xxvi Septembris Anno mdcvii, 
teste laudabili laudatissimae et antiquissimae hujus Academiae Oxoniensis Exoniensi 
Collegio, hoc suae, suum in fratrem consobr. disc, pietatis, amoris, observantiae 
monumentum cum luctu posuerunt et lachrymis Chr. Jul. Fr. Jul. CC. B. Joh. M. 

Armes over it are, ' parted per fess wavee azure and argent, in base 
two barrs wavee of the first, in cheif a mullet of six points or.' The 
crest, ' two mens armes holding between them a mullet of six points 
or/ And about the coat is this written, Pie, juste ac sobrie unum 
necessarium. There be severall coates about the inscription, no other 
(I presume) than such that have been matched into the family, which 
being many I shall now pass them by for brevity sake 3 . 



Bentley, one that built the Schooles) : 
the inscription is worne off. Over it 
the masons' armes, viz. 1 on a chevron 
between 3 towres a pair of compasses,' 
with crest. 

1 i.e. i6|£. 

2 'die' in MS. 

3 Hutton gives them, as follows : — 
'About the monument these armes: 



(i) "blue, 2 trunks of an elephant in 
pale argent," the crest the said 2 trunks ; 

(ii) the aforesaid paternall coate ; (iii) 
the same again ; (iv) " argent, a demi- 
unicorne salient sable," the crest "lances 
sans nombre or"; (v) "gules, a fesse 
argent," the crest " 2 proboscides of 
an elephant conjoined in base"; (vi) 
" argent, a bird's leg in pale couped at 



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On the east wall is a plate of brass fixt to a marble, and theron 
is engraven a woman kneeling before a table with a book on it, and 
behind her are seven sons and five daughters all kneeling, with this 
epitaph under : — 

Suavissimae matri, Dominae Mallinae 1 Boys, Antonius Boys filius, gratitudinis 
et amoris ergo, una cum (fol. 325 b) fratribus et sororibus superstitibus moerens 
posuit. 

Malle Mallina tuum gens omnis postera laudet 
Malle mori bene, quam vivere. malle male. 

Vita tibi in Christo, et Christo bene mortua vivis, 
Non moritur, quisquis vixerat ante Deo. 

Mortua est in Domino Oxonii anno aetati(s) suae lxx anno autem ultimi temporis 
mdlxxxiiii mense Augusti die xxv. 

Armes 2 are ' a griffin rampant parted per fesse, within a bordure 
charged alternatelie with crosses patee and acornes ' : impaling, ' a 
chevron charged with three lyons rampant/ without colours. 

On the south wall, neare to the former, is this inscription on a 
gilded table : — 

To the memory of Mr. William Tilly ard who deceased the 7 of November 1587 
and Mr. Peter Pory 3 who deceased the 20 of November 16 10, togeather with 
Mris Elizabeth, first, wife to the former, and, afterwards, to the latter, who 
deceased the 7 of June 16 21. And also five of her children by her former husband, 
viz. John, Edward, Christopher, Mary and Elizabeth, who all lye interred within 
the body of this church. 

(slip to fol. 325 b.) On a white marble table a little below the 
former and on the west side of the upper south dore is this : — - 

In memory of John Hopkins and of his two wives Anne and Katherine, and of 
his son William Hopkins, who by his last will and testament, appointed his 
executor to erect this smal monument for a memorial of those his deare parents. 
This monument was erected the 30 day of Sept. in the yeare of our Lord 1682. 

The said William Hopkins was an attorney and dying 30 March 
1 68 1 bequeathed 300//. for charitable uses, with which was paved the 
altar with the steps leading therunto, at the upper end of the chancell 
of this church, done in Oct. 1682. 



the thigh or," the crest two like legs 
erected; (vii) " argent, a chevron sable," 
the crest "two elephants' trunks con- 
joined in base, sable and argent counter- 
changed, between them an ostrich 
feather " ; (viii) the demi-unicorne, as 
before; (ix) "gules, 3 de lis or," the 
crest " two elephants' trunks conjoined 
in base, between them a de lis " ; (x) 
" argent, 4 stairs gules," the crest "the 
elephants' trunks as before, argent, each 
charged with a fesse gules"; (xi) the 



three de lis as before ; (xii) " blue, a 
bird's leg couped argent," the crest 
"upon a scrole a bird's wing argent" ; 
(xiii) the three de lis again ; (xiv) 
"gules, 8 bezants 3, 2, 2, 1," the crest 
l( a towre gules between the elephants' 
proboscides, as before, or ".' 

1 Hutton has 4 Malinae,' ' Malina.' 

3 figured in Dingley, 1. c, lxxxviii. 

3 Wood notes in the margin, ' He 
was a baker and servant to All Souls 
College.' 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 123 



(fol. 325 b.) Another against the south wall : — 

Hie jacet Gulielmus Doble, Artium Magister ex Aula Cervina, filius Johannis 
Doble de Caludleigh 1 iu comitatu Devon, armigeri. Obiit 17 Octob. An. Dom. 
1675, aetatis 25. 

Amies are ' gules, a doe passant, between three bells argent/ 

Another below the former, made by Dr. Thomas Barlow : — 

Posteris et aeternitati sacrum. 
Hie subtus conduntur (viri optimi) reliquiae Martini Lipyeat, qui Marleburgi 
lucem aspexit primum, piique parentis cura probe institutus, virtutem quam 
postremis annis exhibuit, primis promisit. Oxoniam delatus (pap/xaKonouav exercuit, 
fidelius nescio an foelicius. Aegrotos (tanquam filios) charos habuit, quos scienter 
procurabat et sedulo, ut annos potius multos, quam nummos numerarent. Linguas 
(Latinam, Gallicam, Graecam) calluit ; ex ingenio aeque ac privilegio Academicus. 
Filios quatuor, filias duas, et nepotes sex (quorum reliquiae hie in confinio conditae) 
sepulchro et coelo superstes misit. Ipse tandem virtutum aeque ac annorum plenus, 
terris valedixit, coelumque desideratum die securus adiit Cal. Sept. 2 cid idclxvi. 
Superstes aegrotorum auxilium, et urbis ornamentum ; nunc omnium triste 
desiderium. 

— Aeternumque salve charissime conjux 
Aeternumque vale — 

Charissimo conjugi et bene merenti conjux moesta posuit Mart. 20, 1666. 

Armes are 'argent, on a fess gules, a lyon passant or between 

three powder balls sable, fired or/ 

On a pillar opposit to the former : — 

M.S. 

Subtus jacet Maria, uxor Josephi Cox, LL.B., filia Richardi et Marthae Davis, 
Oxon. bibliop., quae puerperio obiit. Inquaere, lector, an non sit lucrum mori, 
cum moriens vitam dat, et accepit, mortalem nato, aeternam sibi, earn nempe 
Maria quae nequit demi. Feb. 12, anno Domini CIddclxxv. 

(slip to fol. 325 b.) Against the lower pillar saving one, this on 
a black table of marble : — 

Commune hoc conditorum, mutuae concordiae, dum vixerunt symbolum, sibi 
suisque (patri Gulielmo, Annae matri, fratri Thomae, quatuorque nepotibus e 
sorore Maria hie sepultis, ipsique et quotquot ex ejus posteris hue inferri curabitur) 
instituit Samuel Jackson ; in hac paroecia natus, in Aede Christi alumnus : ubi, 
toga ad tempus deposita, militiae Regiae contra rebelles strenuam operam centurio 
collocavit, ad studia reversus in Medicinae facultate gentilitia summum turn peritiae 
turn honoris gradum merito suo adeptus est : anteactis laboribus ultra 56 nm aetatis 
annum vitam non concedentibus, suorum luctu, et reipublicae damno obiit Mart. 3 
annoque salutis 1674. 

(Arms : — ) 1 argent, on a chevron between three jack-dawes heads, 
sable, as many cinquefoyles of the first ; on a chief azure, 3 trefoyles 

1 ?Chudleigh. 

2 Wood notes in the margin, f he was buried 3 Nov. — so the register.' 



I2 4 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



slipt or ' ; which coat though put here, yet it was not owned (nay not 
so much as knowne) by Dr. Jackson while he was living. 

(fol. 326 a.) On a defaced 1 marble laying on the ground are 
these verses on a scrolle comming out of an angell's mouth directed 
to the picture of Christ : — 

Hujus leticie pie Jhesu suscipe votum 
Et sibi da nitido grandia vera polo. 

The inscription showing for whome the stone was laid, and who 
was buried underneath, hath been long since taken away. 

At the head of this former is this : — 

Here lyeth the body of Jane Bowman the wife of Leonard Bowman daughter of 
Ralph a Deane of Brittwell in the countie of Oxon., who deceased the 21 day 
of May an. 1641. 

At the head of the former and neare to the bottome of the old 
pulpit staires was this 2 on a brass plate fiVd to a marble : — 
Gualterum patrie dedit alma Devonia Whrightum 

Lumen, et heu cassum lumine terra tegit. 
Caesarei qui jura fori veneranda professus, 

Purpureae merito fulsit honore togae. 
Instituitque senex, tractans sacra verba Jehovae, 
Dicere jura fori, pandere jura poli. 

This epitaph was made for Doctor Walter Wright, commissarie of 
the Universitie in the time of King Edward 6, who dying in Exeter 
College on the 10 May 1561 was buried not where his stone lately 
laid but in the nave of the church. He bequeathed to the said 
college a gilt cup or platter weighing seven pound besides 3/z'. in 
money ; as also somthing (if I mistake not) to the church of Bampton 
in this county of which he was somtimes one of the vicars. 

On a larg marble stone laying before the lower south dore : — 

Here lyeth the body of Thomas Fyfeild, who departed this life the 18 day of 
October, Anno Domini 1662, aged 53 yeares. 

In the chappell of our Lady 3 . 

Neare to the middle is a raised monument of free-stone covered 
with a marble, on which hath been a portracture and inscription on 



1 more fully described in Thomas 
Dingley's History from Marble, lxxxiii, 
lxxxiv. Hutton's account is, ' On a 
grave-stone on the ground, two scroles 
in brasse, issuing from a man and a 
woman's mouth. On the one, this — 
Uuius letticie pre . . .Jesus suscipe vota 

Et sibi da nitido gaudia vera polo. 



On the other, only this remaining, viz., 

gaudia vera mihi. 

Over all, a popish picture of Our 
Saviour.' 

2 copied in Dingley, I.e., lxxxiii. 

3 substituted for 'in Adam Brom's 
chappell.' Hutton's note of this chapel 
is : 'In a chappell on the north side of 



CHAP, XXXVUL MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 125 



brass, but long since toren off, so that nothing but constant tradition 
tells us that it was erected to the memory of Adam Brom the first 
builder of the chappell and first provost of Oriel, who, as I have told 
you there, died 1332. Here are also 10 flat marbles which hath had 
inscriptions on them, laid for certaine of the antient provosts and 
fellows of Oriel College, but their particular names I cannot tell. 
Such hath been the baseness of certaine people that not onlie these, 
but more than 18 in the chancell and church hath been most sacri- 
legiously defaced. I have heard some antient men report, that in 
the beginning of King James raigne or therabouts a certaine person 
being taken with some of the brass about him that he had stolen 
away in the night-time, was set in the public stockes for his punish- 
ment with the brass hanging about his neck and afterwards whipt. 

(fol. 326 b.) On one of the said old marbles is this engraven: — 

Anno 1646, Mali 3 ; H. E. sub spe gloriosa resurrectionis. 

These letters were engraven for Henry Eccleston, Bac. of Div., 
somtimes fellow of Oriel College and vicar of this church, who was 
buried on the said 3 of May. 

On another is engraven S. D. for Samuel Dicus, M. of A. and 
fellow of Brasenose, buried 19 Jan. 1644 *• 

(fol. 327 a.) M. S. Hie subtns jacet Rogerus Fry in agro Vigorniensi natus qui 
prima juventute in hac Academia tres annos plus minus togatus egit : dein 
chirurgiae operam dedit in qua arte per aliquam multos annos sub Anatomiae 
professore chirurgico Academicus meruit, donee febre correptus quam plurimis 
amicis desideratus obiit 25 die Junii anno aerae Christianae 1681, aetatis suae 38. 



the church, called "the vestry" alias 
"Adam Brome's chappell," a raised 
monument : thereon a great marble, the 
inscription pulled off : but it was for 
Adam deBrome,who built that chappell, 
who- also was first provost of Oriall 
College.' Hutton notes these coats of 
arms : — 1 In the windows of Adam 
Brome's chappell :— " gules, a chevron 
between 3 bucks heads cabosed argent." 
quartering (i) "gules, on a bend ermine 
a talbot current sable"; (2) "vert, 
10 ovalls, 5, 5, in pale or"; (3) de- 
faced.— At the bottom of the pulpit, (i) 
the archbishoprick of Canterbury, im- 
paling " a fesse between a goat's head 



rasd in cheife and 3 escallops in base " 
( Warham) ; (ii) " a dolphin najant em- 
bossed" (Fitzjames) ; (iii) bishoprick 
of Salisbury, impaling " fretty." — Above 
the pillars (i) "a dolphin najant em- 
bowed between 3 mullets " ; (ii) bishop- 
rick of Winchester. — Over the north 
west doore, (i) " a dolphin najant im- 
bowed"; (ii) "a crosse ingrailed, in 
the first canton an eagle displayed." — 
Over the west doore, (i) the University 
armes ; (ii) New Colledge armes.' 

1 i.e. 164I. The rest of fol. 326b 
is blank. There are four slips which 
count as fol. 327 a. Fol. 328 is blank. 



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S. Marys church, on little stones, on the ground 1 : — 

Here lieth the body of Mary, late wife of Nicholas Maund of this University an 
Apothecary, who died y° 8 th of November 1684. Aged 34. 

Sepulti : S. Marie's Church. 



John Thryng, A.B. 2 


95 


Peter Bowey 


102 


Henry Bessforth 


118 


Nicholas Rundell 


16 


Thomas Smith 


119 


Henry Popy 


119 


Margaret Goldsmith 


144 


Richard Tomblinson 


145 


John Bowman 


155 


Richard Alcoc 


186 


William Harden 


209 


An Harks 


210 


Roger Bracegirdle 


210 


Thomas Griffith 


218 


Margaret Hutchins 


222 


Ant. Tye, Oriel 


223 


v. comp. A.B. 250 




Thomas Ryley : Horman's office 3 


26 


Nicholas Todde, alderman 


28 



Dr. Bathurst, vicechancellor, gave about 150//. for marble, but the 
University paid for the laying (of it) in the church : quaere at the foot 
of the account of that yeare : (see Wood's Life and Times, iv. 75, 76). 

John Vincent in his Baronagium, p. 474 : — 

* Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, married Amie sole daughter 
and heir of Sir John Robsert of Sisterne in com. Norfolk, knight: 
had her neck broke downe a payre of staires on Saturday 8 Sept. 
1560 in Ant. Foster's house in Cumnore: buried obscurely at first 
in Cumnore church, afterwards taken up and solemnly buried in 
St. Marie's Church Oxon ' (at the upper end of the chancell). 

(In the churchyard 4 , south side, upon a table of black marble, 
against the chancell wall, this inscription : — 

Piae mem ae viri spectat ml Georgii Hoveden, eccle ae Cant Iensls Canonici, Coll 11 
Om m An m socii, qui anno salutis 1625, Augusti 24, aetatis suae 63, pestis nuperae 
Oxonii saevientis rabie sublatus, funus habuit meritis impar quale in periculo 
summo festinatio metusque paraverat. Hoc marmor affigi curavit Eliz a uxor 
fidelissima. 

1 this inscription is not in Wood's Life and Times, iv. 117. 

hand ; the heading is. * omitted by Wood : inserted from 

2 i. e. Wood MS. D 3. Hutton's notes, MS. Rawl. B 397, 

3 i. e. Wood MS. F 28 ; Wood's p. 64. 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 127 



Over all his armes, viz. 1 cheeky argent and sable, on a bend gules 
3 lyons heads razed or/ the crest 1 a dog's head.' 

On a tomb of stone erected in the middle of this place this coate — 
1 gules, a chevron or, between 3 bezants/ quartering . . . 

On a raised tomb of stone, at the lower end here, this inscrip- 
tion : — 

M. S. 

Johannis et Mariae Dobsoni. 
P. E. P. F. 

Quod intus uraa condit haec par conjugum 
Insigne amansque quondam erat bis quatuor 
Dum sustulissent liberos hie primitus 
Fato maritus cedit et charissimae 
Viduae relinquit regnorum cura suae 
Quam praestat ipsa lustra septem ac amplius 
Duos fere annos optima semper fide 
Nepotulos plurimos videns suum 
Deo lubenter inde dedit spiritum 
Obiit iii° die mense Novembris anno 1585 
Haec autem mense Octobris, a.d. 1622.) 



(fol. 329 a.) St. Aldate's Church 1 . 

In the chancell. 

On a brass plate 2 fix'd to the east wall neare the S.E. corner, is 
engraven the picture of a man kneeling in a gowne with a table 
before him and theron a book : — 

In obitum optimae spei juvenis Arthuri Strode Devoniensis, nuperrime in Medio 
Templo Londinensis legum studiosi, in Aula Lateportensi vitam consummantis 
23 Augusti 3 anno salutis 161 2, aetatis suae 23, 

Epitaphium. 

Non jacet ut reliqui Arthurus prae marmore clarus, 
Quanquam prae reliquis hunc meruisse canam. 

Illos defunctos sua nobilitare sepulchra, 
Attamen ille suum nobilitat tumulum. 

Armes are 1 chevron between 3 conies/ without colours. 

On another brass plate 4 against the said wall is engraven 'the 
picture of a man in a Master's gowne (but the engraver hath not 
done right) and hood kneeling before a table wheron lyes a booke 
expanded. 

1 the heading is not in Wood's hand. 3 Wood notes in the margin, « buried 
Hutton's notes for this church are in 30 Aug. 161 2 — so the register.' 

MS. Rawl. B 397, pp. 64-68. 4 noticed in Dingley, I.e., xcvii. 

2 in Dingley, 1. c, xcviii. 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



In mortem immaturam, maturi tamen animo juvenis Nicholai Roope, Devon., 
gen., ex aula Latep. in Art. Bacc. qui annum agens 27 cum vera dei invocat. 
quietissime obdormivit anno MDCXiii April, die 5 0 . 

Lata locus mihi porta necis, sic porta valeto 

Lata, per augustam non placet ire viam. 
Intravi angustam (si fas sit dicere) portam, 

Porta vale (fas sit dicere) lata vale. 
Inveni portum laetum, dum lata per orbem 

Nec via nec firmum porta dedere locum. 

Armes are ' a lyon rampant between 3 pheons'; impaling, { a spread 
eagle ' : without colours. 

On the north wall of the chancell is a fair table of marble, bor- 
dered with alabaster and theron this inscription : — 

Neare unto this place lyeth the body of Thomas Fulkes, late of the Universitie 
of Oxford, gent., who died 26 Jan. in the yeare of our Lord God 1672, aged 56. 

Armes are, 'on a chevron between three cressants, an escocheon 
charged with a lyon rampant.' 

On a flat marble 1 stone laying in the middle of the chancell is this 
engraven : — 

Elizabeth, wife unto Sir Richard Bealasyse of Ludford in the county palatine of 
Durham, kt., sole daughter and heir unto William Sponer of Fishly in the county 
of Norfolke, esq. who died the 7 of February An. Dom. 1641. 

Over all are these armes in a lozenge, viz. ' on a chevron, between 
3 fleur de lize, a cressant'; impaling 'a lyon rampant, debruised by 
two cotizes in bend'; but without colours. 

At the head of the former is this on a white stone : — 

Here lieth the body of Dorothy, the wife of Cornelius Gascoigne, gent., of 
Gaunt house and daughter of Esq. Walwine. She departed this life the 1 2 day of 
December an. dom. 1652. 

Armes are ' three jacks (or pikes) heads (standing upward) 
cooped'; impaling, 'a bend ermine and hound passant in sinister 
canton within a bordure ingrailed': without colours. 

(fol. 329 b). On the south side of the chancell is a little 
isle or chappell, built of free stone in the month of October, an. 
1674, by John West the elder of Hampton-Poyle neare Oxon, gent. 

At the west end are set up the proportions of the said John (in 
armour), his wife and daughter, to the middle, and all curiously cut 
out in white marble. 

Under his proportion is this inscription on a black marble table : — 

In memory of John West, the Elder, of Hampton-Poyle in the countie of Oxford, 
1 noticed in Dingley, I.e., xcviii, who reads ' Belasyse/ 



CHAP. XXXVUL MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 129 



esq., one of the gentlemen pentioners in ordinary to his Majestie Kinge Charles 
the Second ; who was a benefactor 1 to this church and the pooie of this parish. 

Under the wive's proportion is this, on a black marble table also : — 

In memory of Man- West, the wife of the said John West, who was the 
youngest daughter of Jervis Kirke of Greenhill in the parish of Norton in the 
countie of Darby, Esquier. 

Under the daughter's proportion is this, also on a black marble 
table : — 

Here lieth interred the bodie of the truely vertuous M ris Ann West the youngest 
and dutifull daughter of the said John West the elder esq. and Marie his wife, 
who having in this life done all that might tend to her future happinesse, she 
departed in this parish to her eternall comfort the 9 day of October in the yeare of 
our Lord God 1674. 

This Anne West being buried in the churchyard under the south 
wall of the chancell, the father meerlie out of love caused the said isle 
or chappell to be erected in all hast over her and to be made but as 
large as to containe the bodies of him, his wife and the said daughter. 
Over his head are his armes engraven in white marble, viz. ' ermine, 
a bend indented/ Over hers in lozenge, ' parted per fess, a lozenge 
counterchanged, on a canton a lyon couchant, collered and cheined, 
holding in his 2 pawes a ([/ Over the daughter's in lozenge also are 
the armes of West, all which are without colours. On the south wall 
of the said isle are the armes of him the said John, impaling those 
of his wife, in colours, viz. [' ermine 2 , a bend indented sable, im- 
paling, parted per fess or and gules, a lozenge counterchanged of the 
feild, on a canton azure, a lyon couchant argent, collered and cheined 
azure, holding in his pawes a ([ argent/ Crest to his armes are 
a boar's 3 head cooped or, (not issuing out but laying) on the red cap 
of a coronet or 4 . Crest to hers is an armed arme proper (the hand 
or) brandishing a sword argent hiked or.] 



In the body of the church. 

Neare the entrance into the chancell are the proportions of a man 
in his gowne, and his wife, engraven on brass plates fix'd to a marble 
stone 6 , and this inscription under : — 



1 a pencil note, in the lower margin, 
says : ' his benefaction, see foul copie.' 

2 the description of the arms, here 
placed in square brackets, is on a slip 
attached to fol. 329 b. 

8 'boar's' is written over 'griffin's,' 
as a suggested correction. 

* Wood has drawn pencil sketches to 
VOL. III. 



illustrate these points. The first crest 
is a coronet or, on the red inner crown 
of which a couped head or, looking to 
the left, is laid. The other crest is an 
arm embowed proper, gauntleted or, 
holding a sword. 

5 noticed in Dingley, 1. c, xcviii. 



J3° 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Here under lyeth the bodyes of Richard Williams, Alderman and twyse Mayor 
of the citie of Oxford, and Johan his wyfe, which Richard deceased Anno Dom. 
1 579 1 in the 21 yeare of the reigne of Queen Elizabeth, being then the second tyme 
of his Mayraltie. 

The said Johan was buried here 2 Julie an. 1578 : 
On a white marble of a diamond square : — 

Here lyeth the body of Elizabeth the wife of William Shawe of London wine- 
cooper who died the 31 of May 1674 aged 30. 

(slip to fol. 329 b.) On a white . . . 2 stone : — 

Here lyeth the body of Anne Yeate, daughter of John Yeate, who died 9 March 
1628. 

Here lyeth the body of M rls Alice Yates the wife of M r John Yates who died the 
10 of Aprill 1637. 
M r John Yates buried 5 July 1642. 

(Docklington's ile.) 

(fol. 329*.) South isle, on the south side of the body. 

A larg marble with Saxon characters round the verg so obliterated 
I cannot make any thing of it, in French : quaere whether not for the 
founder. 

Another stone of marble like a coffin, for one of 14 or 16 yeares 
of age with brass formerly on, long since gon. 

In every window this . . 8 , '2 fishes argent imbowed face to face 
in a red feild/ 

In the west window hath been bishop Beckington's armes long 
since defaced, (a) llegist, quaere principall of some hall herabouts : 
entred. 

From the foul copie 4 must come in : — 

Epitaph of Thomas Smith — John Wilmote — Oliver, son of Richard 
Smith — a monument of John Wilmot defaced — quaere quotations in 
the margin. From these Wilmots are descended those of Berks and 
from those earl of Roff. 5 

Williams, benefactor to the towne : — Twyne IV 316, XXIII 597. 
See Latin 6 copy of churches, English copy, and book of monuments. 

Armes in the windowes — see more in my notes from Camden : — 

1. Parted per pale or and blue, a chevron ermine : John de Wyke. 

2. Blue, a bend argent, cotized or, between 6 lyoncells rampant or : 
JBohun. 

1 Wood notes in the margin : ' buried now inserted after fol. 329. 

21 Sept.' 5 i.e. (Wilmot), earl of Rochester. 

2 blank left for material. 6 i.e. fol. 372-377 : see Wood's Life 

3 Wood gives a sketch of the design. and Times, iv. 222. 

4 i.e. two leaves of a rough copy, 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 131 



3. Quarterly gules and or, a mullet of 6 points in the 1, argent : Vere. 

4. Argent, 2 chevrons and a canton gules. 

5. Gules, a lyon rampant argent. 

6. Quarterly argent and gules, a fret in the 2 and 3 quarters. 

7. Or, a bendlet sable. 

8. Barry nebulae of 6, argent and gules. 

Argent l , three fleur-de-lis sable two and one and as many crosses 
croslet of the last one and two, a lable of 3 points gules — this is 
somewhere among my Oxfordshire notes 2 . 

These two 3 in a windowe in the roome joyning to the north side 
of the chancell : 

(1) , azure, two keys in sahire argent, interlaced with a sword in 
pale or. 

(2) , azure, three garbs or, within a bordure engrailed gules — 
Kempe. 

S. Aldate's Church. 

Chancell. 

At the upper end in the norlh wall, an old arch, from the ground 
middle high, at the bottome an old coffin of stone — for whome made 
is quite forgotten. 

On the north side also (which side seems to be older than the 
other, the other hath orie(l) window put out for light) are yet 
remaining five arched seats in the wall, like to stalls in a chappie ; the 
last towards the altar which made up the 6, is made a dore to the 
old vestrie. On the other side I beleive (h)as been as many but 
taken away — this church hath been called ' monasteriolum.' 

There be mo (re) marble stones, that have had proportions and 
inscriptions on them in brass but long since gone. 

There hath been an old stone with a Saxon character but treading 
and walking hath quite woren out the letters. 

' T.S.' sine dato on a little white stone, by the south dore. 

Body of the church. 

In the body of the church six flat marbles, with the proportions of 
man and women and children, with inscriptions and armes at each 
corner (four corners) all on brass plates toren off time out of mind. 

Ten also or more with proportions and inscriptions, without armes, 

on brass plates — all gone. 

1 Wood gives the coat in trick, 2 MS. Wood E 1 : Wood's Life and 
probably because of its peculiarity. In Times, iv. 237. 
Papworth this coat with the cross cios- 3 given in trick, 
lets fitche is given as of Elyngton. 

K 2 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



In the ile on the north side of the body. 

In the side of the upper window on the north side hath been the 
proportion of a man kneeling with sons behind him, also of a woman 
with daughters behind her, a coat of armes between them, sc(r)ouls 
going out of the man's and woman's mouth, to the picture of God 
above, all on brass plate : under the man and woman a brass plate 
with inscription — all gone time out of mind. Under in the stone two 
letters, first is obliterated and second is § (s quaere). 

(fol. 329*.) At the upper end of the body of the church, under 
the north wall, are the graves of the Smiths of this parish, gentlemen, 
viz. of Thomas Smyth, somtimes Alderman and severall times Mayor 
of Oxon, buried here 9 July, anno 1601 (43 Eliz.). He was the 
fourth son of Richard Smyth of Keereley 1 in com. Lane, son and 
heire of Robert Smythe of the same place, gent., eldest son of Robert 
Smith of Polehowse in the parish of Prescot in the said countie ; 
which Robert was elder brother to William Smyth, bishop of Lincolne 
and founder of Brasenose College in Oxon. 

2. Of Rose, the first wife of the said Thomas Smyth, buried here 
7 Sept., 1582. Shee was daughter of William Buckner of Botley 
neare Oxon by Dorothie his wife, daughter of Robert Huckvale of 
S. Marie Magd. parish in Oxon., gent. 

3. Of Alice, the second wife of Thomas, buried 2 June, 1621, 
daughter of Richard Mayot of Abendon in Berkshire, gent. 

4. Of John, Peter, Thomas 2 , &c, sons of Thomas by his first 
wife: the first (if I mistake not) was buried here 18 May, 1571, the 
second on the 4 Aug., 1577 3 . 

Of Oliver Smith somtimes Alderman and Mayor of this citie, son 
of Thomas beforementioned by Alice his second wife, buried here 
13 April, 1637, aged (53 4 ). 

Of Anne his wife, buried 18 April, 1609, daughter of John Bussey, 
Rector of Shaldeston in Bucks. 

Of Thomas Smyth, Alderman and somtimes mayor, eldest son of 
Oliver by Ann his wife, who died 20 Aprill, 1646, aged 42. He 
married Margaret sole daughter and heir of John Wilmot of this 
parish, gent. His hatchment hangs over his grave. John, his 

1 Wood notes in the margin, 1 or Church. Quaere Thomas Smith, cook, 

Cuerdley — quaere.' Twyne IV 82.' 

a ' Thomas ' is underlined by Wood, 3 ' and the last,' followed : scored 

who notes in the margin : ' doubtful. out. 

Perhaps Thomas Smith, cook of Christ 4 bracketed, as doubtful. 



CHAP. XXXVlll MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 133 



third son, buried here 21 Mar. 1658(f) ; Christian, an infant daughter, 
18 Maw 1628; Thomas, 3 Aug. 1642. 

Of Oliver Smyth, second son to Oliver, who died 20 March, i66|, 
aged 56. Christian, a daughter, bur. 24 July, 1638; Eliz., another, 
Dec. 13, 1639: both infants. Mary, 28 Oct. 1644. 

Of Elizabeth his first wife, buried July 12, 1631, daughter . . .; 
of Christian his second wife buried 1670, daughter of . . . Lyford of 
Reading, by whome he had issue, one onlie daughter that survived, 
named Anne, baptized 14 Sept. 1644, married to James Hearne of 
Abendon (since of Oxon), gent., but hath no issue by her. 

(fol. 329**.) Of John Smith, third son to Oliver, somtimes mayor 
(and alderman, quaere) of the citie, and burgess therof for the par- 
liament begun 1640, who died 4 November, 1657, a g e d 49- 

Of Elizabeth, widdow of the said John, daughter and heir of 
Henry Bosworth of St. Giles parish, Oxford, who died 5 Sept. 1673. 

Of Oliver Smyth, son of Thomas, son of Oliver, who died 14 March 
i66f 

Of (Margaret 1 ) wife of the said Oliver, buried 1651, daughter of 
. . . Boone, somtimes deputy-recorder of Oxford, by whom he had 
issue one onlie daughter named (Margaret) married to . . . Evans, 
M. A. of New-Inn, now minister of Twiford in Bucks. 

Of John Smith, the younger, of Kennington (neare Oxon) in 
Berks, son of John, third son of Oliver, who died 16 Dec. 167 1. 
He married Catherine, daughter of Thomas Blagrave of St. Ebb's 
parish, gent., by whome he had on(e) only daughter named (Elizabeth) 
buried here 19 July, 1669. 

Of Alice, daughter of the said John (third son of Oliver), wife of 
Richard Holloway of this parish, counsellour-(since sergeant-)at-law 
who died 7 Sept. 1672. 

Elizabeth, a maiden daughter, 15 Jan. 1646. 

Charls, an infant son, 21 Aug. 1633. 

Henry, another infant, 22 April, 1637. 

. . ., son of Mr. John Smith, 7 July, 1645. 

(At 2 the upper end of the body of the church, against the east 
wall, a table : theron this coat, 4 argent, on a fess gules, between 
3 eagles heads rased sable, an unicorne couchant between two 



1 several names are bracketed by two tables are figured in Dingley, 1. c, 
Wood, as doubtful. p. xcvii. 

2 inserted from Hutton's notes. These 



*34 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



escallops or,' with mantling and crest, which is 1 ... Under all 
this : — 

Here lyeth the body of Mr. John Wilmote who dyed February the 17 th 1646 s . 

Against the other end of the east wall, a like table : theron, 
' argent, on a fesse dancetty between 3 roses gules 3 a martlett or ' 
with mantling and crest, which is ' a talbot passant or.' Under all : — 

Here lyeth Mr. Thomas Smith, alderman, twice mayor of this city of Oxford. 
He departed this life Aprill the 20 th 1646.) 

(slips to fol. 329***.) Under the threshold of the south dore of 
S. Aldate's chancell, a white stone for one Timothy Greaves, son of 
. . . Greaves of Kingsnorton in com. Wigorn., gent., which Tim was 
borne 5 Aug. 1663, a student in Pemb. Coll. scarce one yeare, died 
of the small poxe 12 July, 1683 — vide Matriculations. 
On the north wall of S. Aldate's chancell 4 — 

Hie jacet 
Georgius Lowe Armig: 
ex antiqua et generosa familia" 
in agro Wilts oriundus, quam 
virtutibus suis magis etiam nobilitavit, 
quibus patriae atque bonis omnibus 
charissimus, utrisque per quadraginta 
plus minus annos, illustri senatorum 
curia (Parliamentum vulgo dicunt), 
non minori singulorum laude, quam 
universorum commodo, operam dedit. 

obijt 19 Novemb A 0 . D nl . 1682. 
aetat : quoque 82 annis atque fama 
satur et tamen suis 
desideratissimus. 
(Arms: — )' gules, a wolf passant argent.' 

Ralph Flexney, Alderman, somtimes Mayor of Oxford, buried 
12 July, 1624. 

Agnes, wife of Ralf Flaxney, daughter of Thomas Smith by Rose 
his wife, buried 18 July, 1580. 

Betonie, 2nd wife of Ralf Flexney, buried 5 Sept. 16 15. (Betonie 
Jennings : see marriages.) 

(fol. 330. > On a marble stone this :— 
Cadaver 
Catherinae Everard 
Sub saxo jacet hoc fatente luctus 

Olim febre puerpera solutae, , 

1 'an eagle's head erased sable beaked 3 roses vert, seeded or ' : Dingley. 
and eyed gules ' : Dingley. * the inscription is not in Wood's 

3 ' 1649 ' in Dingley. hand. 
5 'a fess dancettee gules between 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 135 



Si quid flebilius severiusque 
Norat ponere tristior maritus 
Nunc privata foret, nec hasce divas 
Vanum marmor adinquinasset umbras. 
Obiit Aug. xiiii an. dom. MDCLXII. 

Armes are 1 on a fesse nebule, between three estoyles, a cressant 
for a difference.' She was the daughter of John Hensley of this 
parish (buried here also) and wife of Samuel Everard of Dudingherst 
in Essex, somtimes M. of Arts and student of Christ Church. 

The Smiths of Keerley (or Cuerdley) beares * parted per pale or 
and gules, 3 fleurs-de-luces counterchanged ' : see in my discourse of 
William Smith among the writers, 16 1 8. 

Mr. Thomas Smith, baker, buried 29 June, 1627 (son of the afore- 
said Thomas, quaere). 

Alice, the wife of Mr. Thomas Smith, Alderman, buried 2 June, 
1 62 1- — this may be the second wife of the 1st Thomas. 

(fol. 330 b.) In the isle or chappell joyning to the north 

SIDE OF THE BODY OF THE CHURCH. 

On the east wall is fastned a brass plate, wheron are engraven two 
men kneeling face to face with a deske between them \ one of which 
hath a gowne on and the other a cloake, and under them this in- 
scription : — 

In mortem charissimorum fratrum Ludovici Owen gener. et Griffini Owen, JEdis 
Christi in Art. Mag., Camb. Brit. Monens. ex illustri et perantiqua Owenorum de 
Penmynyth familia oriund. quorum ille i° sextil. 2 an. 1597, hie prid. Calend. 8 
Mart. 1607 vitam suavissimam expiravit, epicedion. 

Carmina cogit amor, sed amor disjungere fratres 

Carmina nec possunt, quos ita junxit amor. 
Unus eos capiat tumulus, quibus una voluntas, 
Mens, pietas, studium, cura, cor, ortus erat. 
Ambo suis clari meritis, virtutibus ambo, 

Ambo inculpatis moribus, ambo boni. 
Nec quicquam laudis seniori detraho fratri 

Si volo Griffinum, vix habuisse parem. 
Mens simplex, spectata fides testatur in omnes 
Inque suos pietas, vix habuisse parem. 
Summi amoris ergo Jana moestiss. Griff, conjux poni curavit. 

Armes are ' on a chevron between three men's heads (Moores) 
couped a cressant,' quartering ; 1 . ' a chevron between three bucks' 



1 Hutton adds : ' theron a booke ex- 1 Aug. — so the register.' 
pansed.' 3 ' buried 2 March, ibid.' 

' Wood notes, in the margin, 'buried 



i 3 6 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



heads caboshcd'; 2, 'a chevron between three helmets'; 3. is as the 
first. All without colours. 

Neare the former on the said wall, is this engraven on a marble 
table :— 

Neare unto this place lyeth the body of Anne, the wife of Mr. Robert Wilson of 
Oxon, and daughter to Timothy Doyly of Stadham in the aforesaid county, gent., 
who departed this life the 3 d day of January 1652 in the yeare of her age 36. 
Mother to eight children, four sons and four daughters. 

Armes are, in lozenge, ' or, two bendlets azure.' 

(fol. 331a.) In Doclington's isle 1 or that isle joyning on the 
south side to the body of the church, (under most part of which, 
if not all, is a vault, or charnell house) are these monuments 
following : — 

Under the upper south window is a raised monument of alabaster, 
and theron is the proportion of a man at length curiously carved 
out of the same matter, laying on his back, having a wide sleeve 
gowne on, or rather a surplice, a large hood on his shoulders, with 
a lesser over it (like to those that our Doctors now weare) and the 
top of his head tonsured, with this inscription on the verge of the 
monument : — 

Orate pro anima Magistri Johannis Noble quondam principalis aule late porte, et 
Official. Archidiac. Berks, qui obiit secundo die Junii anno dni. Mill, cccccxxii 2 , 
cujus animae propitietur deus. Amen. — O beate Jesu qui venisti redimere perditos, 
noli dampnare redemptos — Miseremini mei, miseremini mei sancti vos sancti 
qui . . . 

In the window over this tombe was the proportion of a man 
kneeling with four children behind him, and by it was written William 
Noble . . . which William was perhaps father or brother to the afore- 
said John. 

At the lower end of this chappell layes a larg marble stone with 
a Saxon inscription theron, but not legible, perhaps for John de 
Doclington founder therof, quaere. 

In the west window hath been 3 this coat viz. 'argent, on a fess 
azure between three stags (or bucks) heads cabossed in cheif or and 
three pheons below sable, a miter with labells or 4 .' Boren by Thomas de 
Bekington somtimes bishop of Bath and Wells, formerly (as I conceive) 
principall of an old hostle (joynning to Broadgates) belonging to New 

1 Hutton's description is : ' In a chap- 3 recorded by Hutton, MS. Rawl. 

pell on the (south) side of the church, B 397, p. 68. 

now called Pembroke chappell." * Wood notes, in the margin, 'false 

8 Wood notes in the margin, '1522.' heraldry.' 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 137 



College (of which societie he was somtimes a member). The students 
of which hostles, as of others adjoyning, mostlie conversant in the Civil 
and Canon law, were wont to celebrat mass in this chappell, or isle 

(fol. 332 b.) S* Mary Magdalen Church 2 . 

In the chancell 3 , commonlie called 'the 
minister's chancell/ 
On the north wall, upon a black marble table, is this written : — 
To Posterity. 

In memory of that excellent matron M ris Elizabeth Baylie wife of the reverend 
and most worthy Richard Bajdie, Dr. of Divinity, Deane of Sarum and President of 
St. John Baptist's College in this Universitie, daughter of Dr. John 4 Robinson 
Archdeacon of Nottingham, neice to the glorious Martyr and assertor of the church 
of England Dr. William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, whose great example 
and grave precepts she carefully followed, continuing a true daughter of the church 
of England when it was under persecution, loyall to her soveraigne when he could 
not give her protection, charitable to the poore when sacriledge had devoured her 
childrens bread, but she dayly prayed for it and was dayly supplied. She was a great 
instance of prudence in the government of her family, piety in the education of her 
children, gravity in her conversation, obedience in her behaviour to her husband, 
with whome she lived in all conjugall affection 41 years. He went before her July 
27, 1667 ; shee followed September 29, 1668, to the place where there is neither 
marriage nor giving in marriage. 

Armes are ' azure, three doves sergreant 5 argent, crowned or, 
leg'd and beked gules/ impaling, ' vert, on a chevron between three 
roebucks passant or, as many trefoyles slipt gules,' which last is boren 
by Robinson but that name hath no proofe for them. 

On another black marble against the same wall is this : — 

M. S. 

Ne te lateat quis in hoc pulvere delitescit, scias lector humari depositum Ricardi 
Pates Glocestrensis, Art. Mag. et olim coll. S. Trinit. commensalis, in quo felice 
literatorum vivario, magna cum laude et profectu annos undecim versatus, continuata 
recto ordine studiorum methodo, ubi desiit philosophus ibi medicus incepit. Atque 
proculdubio multorum ille fila 6 prorogasset, nisi filum ipsius praematuro morsu 
Parca rupisset. Etenim aliorum saluti magis quam suae consulens, dum naturae 
scrutaretur arcana, naturae debitum persolvit, dum herbarum vires exploraret, in 
ipso aetatis flpre demessus, suo docuit exemplo quod omnis caro foenum est, cujus 
onere diutina tabe exutus, et in coelestem Academiam adscitus, animarum medico 
Jesu Christo spiritum commendavit 14 Jan. An. Dom. 1633, aet. 28. 

Non prosunt domino, quae prosunt omnibus, Artes. 

1 fol. 331 b and fol. 332 a are blank. gent." In another east window, " Ar- 

3 the heading is not in Wood's hand. gent, a chevron ingrailed between 3 

Hutton's notes for this church are in mullets sable." ' 

MS. Rawl. B 397, pp. 51-56. * Wood notes, in the margin, 'Wil- 

3 Hutton, ibid. p. 56, cites these coats liam Robinson.' 

of arms: — 'In the great east window, 5 'sergreant' written over 'volant.' 

"sable, a chevron between 3 garbs ar- * * filia' in MS. 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



On the south wall of the chancell, at the upper end is this : — 

M. S. 

Edvardus Powys filius natu tertius Thomae Powys, armigeri, de Henly agro 
Salopiensi, qui prosapiae fuit ornamentum ut illi prosapia. Foelix admodum 
naturae dotibus, quas artium liberalium studio ingeniose auxit : Scholae Salopiensis 
olirn alumnus, nuper Coll. Trin. Oxon commensalis, in cujus gremio suavissime 
expiravit, anno salutis 1668, aetatis 18. 

Armes are 'or, a lyon's paw erased in bend, between two crosses 
patee fltched, gules.' 

(fol. 338 a.) Neare to the former on the said wall is the head 
of a man 1 curiously cut in white marble, with pillars of bookes on each 
side of him, and this inscription underneath : — 

Guil. Pickering, Londinas, Art. Mag. et Theologus, coll. S. Trinit. commensalis, 
cui bibliothecam varia librorum supellectile auxerat, corpore nimia lucubratione 
et vigiliis labefacto, spei magis quam annorum plenus, in domino placide obdor- 
mivit April, xi. 1635, an. aet. 35. 

Rand. Pickering frater unicus superstes H. M. fieri curavit. 

On a marble laying on the ground at the high altar is this : — 

Here lyeth the body of John Willis, gent., Chapter Clarke of Christchurch and 
Steward of Eaton college. He deceased Nov. 6, 1675. And also here lyeth three 
sons and four daughters of his who all dyed yong. 

On a brass plate fasined to a marble lying under the communion 
table was this : — 

Here lyeth buried the bodie of Roger Hewet, sometymes Mayor of this citie and 
Alderman at the tyme of his decease, who deceased the v daye of March An. Dom. 
1586. 

He was son of William Hewet mentioned in S. Giles church. His 
first wife was buried here 1564, his second wife Joane (see more of 
her among the benefactors of University College), the 30 July 1580. 
So was his brother Mr. Richard Hewet, 28 Feb. 1575. There was 
one Mris. Anne Hewet that was married to Will. Furness mayor 
of Oxon in St. Michael's Church 7 June 1584, but whether that Anne 
was daughter to Roger or widdow to Richard, I know not. 

Below the steps leading to the altar is this on a white stone : — 

Here lyeth expecting the second comming of Christ Jesus unto the judgment, the 
bodie of the Lady Yonge the loving wife of Sir Richard Yonge, Kt. and Baronett, 
one of the gentlemen of King Charles his most honorable privie chamber in ordinarie. 
She left this world for a better, the 26 of May 1643. 

1 Hutton's description is : — ' The proportion of a man to the middle, with 
a booke in his hand.' 



CHAP. XXX VII I. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 139 



Neare to the former on another white stone : — 

Hie jacent exuviae Janae et Aletheae filiarum Henrici Savage SS. T. P., coll. 
Ball. Mri., quae obierunt, ilia scilicet fere quinquennis Aug. 2, 1670, haec nondum 
quadrimestris Mail 2, 167 1. 

T. E. R. D. Mar. 10. 14 ergo, retro videndum est, ut porro fruamur. 

In the body of the church, commonlie called 
the south body. 

On a black marble fastned to one of the north pillars is this : — 

Here lyeth the body of M ris Elizabeth Parsons, lately the wife of Dr. Parsons, 
the Piincipall of Harthall, formerly the wife of Mr. William Langlie, Master 
of Arts and one of the Students of Ch. Church. In testimonie of her conjugall 
affection, she hath dedicated to each of them a marble monument at her proper 
charge, one unto Dr. Parsons at Barington where he dyed and was interred 
in the church there, another unto Mr. William Langlie who was buried here. 
In memoiie of her selfe she required (in her life time) that the words following 
should be engraven at the foot of this marble. 

I look to dye, but my Redeemer liveth, and my trust is that in his power I shall 
rise 1 againe, see my Redeemer with my eyes, and live with him for ever. 

The said Mr. Langley was buried here 19 Feb. 1625 and M ri * 
Parsons 17 March 1654. 

(fol. 333 b.) On a brasse plate fastned to one of the south pillars 
is the picture of a man kneeling before a table, with this under him : — - 

En jacet hie Smithus praecellens arte magister, 

Artibus ingenuis qui decoratus erat. 
Musicus, Astrologus, Medicus, Geometra Celebris 

Hie fuit, hunc vivum credo fuisse oo<pov. 
Credo fuisse aotyov, nam cunctas calluit artes, 

Artes hunc musae perdocuere novem. 
Mertonensis erat socius cum disceret 2 illas, 

Inde abiens 3 multis causa salutis erat. 
Arte fere bat opem, sed artes non clausit in area 

Parca sibi, miseris sed bene larga manus. 
Sic mundo vixit semper moriturus ut esset, 

Sic vita cessit, vivat ut usque deo. 
Saxa tegunt corpus gelidum sed mens petit astra. 

Gloria virtutis funere nulla perit. 
Qui legis haec discas e terris esse migrandum, 

Virtutum ac studiis sidera summa petas. 
Gulielmus Smithus, Artium Magister, artis medicae peritissimus, obiit 21 
Februarii Anno domini 1580, aetatis suae 58. 

On a marble stone laying in the middle of the body, is the 



1 Hutton adds ' from death.' 1 ' discerai ' in MS. 

3 4 absens ' in Hutton. 



140 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



portraicture of a man in preistly vestments engraven on brass, 
with this at his feet : — 

Testis sis Christe quod non jacet hie lapis iste 
Corpus ut ornetur, sed spiritus ut memoretur. 
Quisquis eris si transieris, tu respice, plora, 
Sum quod eris, fueram quod sis, pro me precor ora 1 . 

This was put on the stone for Mr. Robert Abdy somtimes 
Head or Master of Balliol college, who was buried here about the 
yeare 1494. 

On another, under the pictures of a man and a woman, is this 
engraven, on brass plates : 

Pray for the sowles of Rychard Hamden, esquire, and Alys his wyffe, of whose 
sowles Jesu have mercy : whych departed An. Dom. 1524. 

The said Alice was somtimes the wife of Georg Havell of this 
parish, brewer, and I think shee lived after 1524. 

Note that when the brass (on which the said inscription was 
engraven) was some yeares ago taken up, I read this French inscription 
engraven on the other side : — 

Qi pur l'alme Margret Holgote cy prye devoutement en ciel done luy soit 
graunde joye de dieu lomnypotent. 

so that by this it shewes that the said brass had been fastned to 
another grave, but whether it lay'd here or in another church 
I know not. 

On another, under the picture of a woman engraven on a brass 
plate : — 

Pray for the soule of Philip Caxston, wedow ; whych died the xxiiii 2 day of 
September an MCCCCCXIIII. On hir soule God take mercy. 

Among the writings of this church is mention made of one 
Mr. Caxton that was a benefactor therunto an. 151 5 or before. 
I think his Xtian name was Thomas and that he was father to one 
Thomas Caxston living in this parish an. 1528. The benefaction 
of the said Mr. Caxston was this: — 1, a scarlet gowne fured with 
grey and cofFes of the same, which were somtimes belonging to the 



1 Dingley, 1. c, cxix, adds : — ' Thus 
Englished by Mr. Thomas Carles, 
minister of Cirencester church in com. 
Glocester : — 

Whosoever thou art, that gang'st 
athwart, 



Drop a tear, and away, sir. 
What I am thou must be, and I was 
as good as thee, 

Then pray for me, pray, sir.' 
2 Hutton has ' xxviii.' 



CHAP. XXXrilL MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 141 



Queene: 2, a cap of black velvet with a frontlette : 3, two yards 
of red braunched velvet : 4, a harness girdle pendant a bokyll gilt : 
5, a diaper towell seaven yards long and three quarters: 6, two 
cushions with red harts : 7, a corporax case of gold with two corporax 
in it. 

(foL 334 a.) This following is painted on a wooden table fastned 
to the wall by the south dore : — 

To the perpetuall memorie of John Poole, once servant to New College, who 
gave to the use of the poore of S. Marie Magdalen parish in the suburbs of the 
citie of Oxford two messuages or tenements situated and being on the east side 
of the Theater, and by lease in the occupation of the Universitie, yeilding and 
paying to the great releif of the poore fourteen pounds by the yeare. Which poore 
are elected the vicar and churchwardens for the yeare being. 

Given in the yeare of our Lord, 1643. 

In the parish chancell, or the isle joyning on the north side to 
the minister's chancell. 

On a black marble fastned to the north wall is this : — 

Gulielmus Crompton, filius et haeres Thomae Crompnto de Stone (in) comitatu 
Stafford, armigeri, obiit in aedibus sanctae et individuae Trinitatis Oxoniae die 
Decembris vii, an. dom. 1620, et hoc sui marmore requiescit in domino. 

Armes are 'argent, on a cheif azure 1 3 pheons or.' The crest is 
1 a horse's head coup'd within a coronet or/ 

On -another black marble fastned to the north wall and opposit to 
the former is this : — 

H. S. E. 

Ricardus Tuder, Thomae Tuder e parochia S. Mariae Magd. in Oxonii 
suburbiis natu minimus, qui 24 annos natus, et tarn ob sanctitatem deo, quam 
ob pietatem parentibus. et morum suavitate amicis, charus; tandem denatus est 
13 Jan. 1 66 1. In cujus memoriam hoc fraterni amoris monnmentum flens posuit 
Thorn. Tuder. 

On a free-stone laying under the former is this engraven : — 

Here lye the bodies of Thomas Tuder and Elizabeth his wife (one of the 
daughters of Mr. John Holloway of Oxford, Bachelor of Law and register 
of Berkshire) by whome he had issue 6 sons and 7 daughters, and having lived 
togeather 58 years (for the most part in this parish) and seen their children's 
children, departed this life, he Decemb. 12, 1672, aged 76 yeares, shee March the 
10, 1669. aged 78 yeares, leaving behind them onlie one son and four daughters &c. 

Joan Saunders widow, the relict of John Saunders clerke, and one of the 
daughters of the said Thomas Tuder and Elizabeth his wife, departed this life 
28 Apr. 1674 aged 47 yeares, leaving issue behind her one onlie daughter, 
Elizabeth, of the age of xi yeares. 

1 ' gules ' in Hutton. 



142 WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 

Neare to the entrance into the said isle is this following inscription 
engraven on a brass plate fastned to a free stone : — 

D. O. M. S. et 

Aeternae memoriae lectissimi juvenis Johannis Perkins Artium Bachalaurei, 
amplissimi viri Thomae White militis, Collegii D. Joan. Bapt. fundatoris con- 
sanguinei, (fol. 334 b) suamque adeo in societatem ejusdem relationem quam alias 
meritis imputasset, imputantis natalibus, ingenii elegantis, judicii subacti, laboris 
indefessi, pietatis in deum, regem, parentes, Academiam, amicos summae, qui 
acceptam studiorum contentioni phthisi mortem retulit quam obiit Junii VI anno aere 
christianae MDCLXI libertatis Angliae restitutae II aetatis suae xxn. 

Armes are ' a chevron between 3 feathers with their tops flagging/ 
without colours. 

In the north body of the church. 

On a brass plate fixt to the wall at the upper end : — 

Here lyeth buried the body of Jane Fitzherbert second wiffe of Robert Fitzherbert 
of Tissington 1 in the countie of Derbie esquire and one of the daughters of Thomas 
Basset of Hince in the countie of Stafford esquier, which Jane died 2 the 27 of 
October in the yere of our lord god 1575 3 . 

Armes are ' three lyons rampant, a cressant for a difference ' : 
impaling, ' three piles issuing out of cheife, on a canton ermine 
a cressant ' — all without colours 4 . 

Neare to the former was a brass plate fixed to the wall parting the 
body from the north isle, and on the said plate were engraven the 
pictures of a man and woman kneeling on either side of the picture 
of God sitting in a chaire, holding that of Christ hanging on the crosse 
between his leggs, with the picture of a dove (representing the holy 
ghost) on his head. Behind the man was engraven the picture of 
St. Katherine mediating to God for him, and behind the woman the 
picture of St. Brigit doing the like for her, and under all this 
inscription : — 

Orate pro animabus Johannis Havelde et Johanne uxoris ejus, qui quidem 



1 on a slip pasted in here Wood 
notes: — ' Tyssyngton in Derbyshire in 
the chancell " Jane daughter of Thomas 
Basset of Hintz com. Staff, esq., died 
27 Oct. 1574 buried in S. Mary Magd. 
church in Oxon " ; Ashmole's MSS. no. 
854, p. 53.' The slip is cut from the fly- 
leaf of one of Andrew Allam's books, 
flaving a note by Allam ' pret(ium) 
io d ; We(st); Oct. 4 th (16)78'; i.e. 



according to Allam's custom, the price, 
bookseller, date of purchase. 
* 1 departed,' in Hutton. 

3 ■ 1574,' in Hutton. 

4 but Hutton says : ' over all these 
armes: — gules, 3 lyons rampant or: 
impaling, or, 3 pyles in point gules, a 
canton ermine ; over the first is in- 
graven Fitzherbert; over the last, 
Basset: 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 143 



Johannes obiit xvin Octobris anno Dom. mcccclxxxxviii 1 Quorum animabus 
propitietur deus, Amen. 

Here are severall of these Havells (who write themselves also 
Wheatley) lye buried, viz. among the rest Thorn. Wheatley alias 
Havel who died in the 22 of Edward 4 and Agnes his widow for 
whose soules was a preist appointed to celebrate service for certain e 
yeares. 

On the ground on a white stone : — 

Thomas Browne e Coll. Trin. commensalis, filius unicus Mariae Browne viduae 
de Clifton juxta Bristol Obiit XI Sept. A.D. 1627. 

On a marble at the lower end : — 

Here lyeth the body of John Jackson, stone-carver, an ingenious artist, a loyall 
subject, an honest man and a good neighbour, who died Decemb. 22 A. D. 1663 2 , 
aged 61 yeares. 



(fol. 335 a.) In the isle joyning on the north side 

TO THE NORTH BODY OF THE CHURCH. 

On a black marble fastned to the wall at the upper end is this : — 

M. S. 

Benjamin Guillym, Londin. qui postquam summas Europae partes inspexerat, 
Asiae nonnullas, Oxoniam petiit, fratrem invisendi ergo, cujus amplexibus intra 16 
dies febre obiit Oct. 15 an. Dom. 1662 aetat. 26. 

Spectata vitae spatium virtute peregit 

Et moritur, spreto, dum petit, orbe polum. 
Corpore febrilis lasso qui saeviit ardor 
Apta tamen reddit torrida membra rogo. 
Haec posuit praematurum lugens j Josephus Q n ^\ m 
obitum dilectissimi fratris { Benjamin 

Armes are ' argent, a lyon rampant sable, cohered or, unguled and 
langed gules ' : sure they had no right to this coat. 

On a white stone lying on the ground : — 

Here lyeth the body of Mris Alice Wallis, the wife of Mr. John Wallis, who was 
buried the 14 Sept. 1628. 

(fol. 335 b.) In the churchyard. 

Not long since was a faire altar moniment of white marble 
built in the south churchyard against the south wall of the church, 
over which was a black marble with these verses engraven theron : — 



1 4 1498,' marginal note. 

2 Wood verified this date. There 
are marginal notes here, 4 quaere 1665,' 
'1663, quaere whether 1665'; and a 



note on an inserted slip, ' Jackson's 
monument whether 1663 or 65 ' — all 
scored out. 



i 4 4 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Life's thred dravvne out pale death did change the colour 

And Web orecloud, but Christ the cheifest fuller 

The soule had purg'd, and dipt in such a graine, 

That dying sin might dye and soule not staine 

So that death's change by death a charge might have, 

And Webb be raised in glory from his grave. 

There was another inscription but taken away long since. 

On one side of the said altar-monument was this written : — 

Here lyeth the body of Thomas Webb gent, who died 14 May 1643. 

And on the other side this : — 

Here lyeth the body of Georg Fletcher gent., son in law to Mr. Thomas Webb, 
who died May 22, 1643. 

This monument was set up about the yeare 1654, but for the most 
part stolen away within an yeare or two after, and cried by the 
common belman for restauration. The remainder I saw in the vestrie 
anno 1667. Neare to the said monument was also buried Rob. Webb 
gent. 22 Jan. 1642. (explicit fol. 335 b.) 

(A slip inserted between fol. 334 and 335 : — ) 

In the minister s chancell^ 
Two stones that have their brasses toren off. 

In the body, 

Abdye's \ 

In the north body, 

one or two. 

In the north isle, 
2 stones with brass toren off. 

Armes in the windowes, vide notes from Camden's notes ; see notes 
from Heralds' Office p. 79. 

Story of Rosentan the Dane that hanged himself; buried in the 
church yard. 

<fol. 2 335 B.) 
M. S. 

Henrici Okeover, Rowlandi Okeover de Okeover in agro Stafford militis, ex uxore 
Misericordia filii, collegii SS. Trinitatis Oxon. Art. Bacc. et tantum non magistri ; 
postquam enim per septennium in bonarum artium studiis et pietate operam ibidem 
feliciter posuerit, gratiam pro gradu magistrali facile obtinuit, gradum ipsum et 



1 according to Dingley, 1. c, cxix, 
there was found on Abdy's brass, besides 
the lines given supra p. 140, also these : — 
' Aspera vox ite ; vox est benigna 
venite. 

Dicetur reprobis ite ; venite piis. 



Nec pudet vivere nec piget mori : in- 
quit Ambrosius moriturus.' 

8 a leaf inserted, with some inscrip- 
tions which had been put up after the 
book was compiled. 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 145 



boaores Acadeinicos (adeo fragilis est sors humana) mors immatura praeripuit, ut 
coelestibus, aeternisque donaretur. Obiit xxiii die Mart. A. d. mdclxxxiii aetatis 
suae xxv. 

(Arms are) : — 'ermine on a fess . . . ' The day of his death is 
here false put downe, for he died 25 March (Lady day) 1684. 

Hie jacet Johannes Fry 1 filius Thomae Fry de Well-pennard in agro Somerset. 
Obiit 13 die Junii A. D. 16S4, aetatis suae 22. 

(fol. 336.) Hie jacet corpus Edvardi Calounier, filii Johannis Calonnier patria 
Lotharingensis gen. et Dorotheae filiae minoris Francisci Coupledike sero de 
Harington in comitatu Lincolniensi armigeri, qui decessit ex hac vita 29 die 
Novembris 16S1 aetatis 7 annorum et 9 mensium. 

Discere missus eram : sed sum cito mortis alumnus 

Et mihi pro libris febris acerba datur. 
Dum didici morbum didici dediscere vitam, 
Donee ait, ' satis est,' mors, et abire jubet. 

(Arms: — ) 'parted per fess 3 cinquefoyles ' : impaling 'chevron 
between 3 cross croslets fitch.' — both without colours. 

(fol. 337a.) In All Saints Church 2 . 

In the chancell commonly called the college chancell. 
Against the east wall are these four following inscriptions on tables 
of black marble : — M g 

Roberto Moyle, e Coll. Lincoln, commensali, juveni honesta forma, ingenio felici, 
moribus suavissimis ; filio natu minimo Johannis Moyle de Wye, qui erat frater 
secundus Roberti Moyle de Buckewell in agro Cantiano armigeri ; ex familia illustri 
et antiquissima oriundo ; nato xix Nov. A. D. mdclv, defuncto xx Nov. mdclxxviii ; 
bene merenti posuit frater unicus superstes Thomas Moyle. 

Armes are ' gules, a mule passant argent, a cressant for a differ- 
ence or.' 

John Fisher A.B. Line. Coll. died May 21, 1666. 'EteTcveaepov, 

Inhumatus subjacet Ricardus Thomas, Glamorganensis, honesta satis deductus 
prosapia, et in Collegio Lincolniensi Artium Magister, fragiles juventutis lapsus 
severiore et adhuc magis Christiana responsurus vita ; sed immatura correptus 
morte, studiosam et piam vobis, lectores, et omnibus cordatim commendat vitam. 
Valete et vivere moriendo discite. 

Obiit Decembris 18 anno Dom. 1667. 

Armes are c argent, 3 cheveronells gules.' 

Hie jacet sepultus Michael Wodhull filius natu minor Michael Wodhull de Fenford 
in com. Northampton armigeri, Artium Baccalaureus e Coll. Lincoln., qui obiit 
primo Octobris an. Dom. 1666 annoque aetatis 24. 

Armes are 1 or, 3 cressants gules.' 

1 Wood has a pencil note : — 'ofTrin. hand. The inscriptions in this church 
Coll.' I have collated with Matthew Hutton's 

2 the heading is not in Wood's copies : MS. Rawl. B 397, pp. 10-20. 
VOL. III. L 



146 WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 

Above the former is this inscription 1 painted on a table : — 

Here underneath lycth cnterred the body of Sir Edward Wardour knight who 
departed this life March the 14 an. 1645 ; and likewise the body of his deare and 
loving wife the lady Jane Wardour who desired to be enterred here also, who 
departed this life Jan. 20 an. 1652 and was buried the first of Feb. following. 

Armes 2 over it are ' sable, on a chevron between 3 talbots heads 
erased argent as many fleur de lize azure ' ; impaling ' argent, two 
choughs in pale sable in cheif a cressant gules ' (Bowdler). The crest 
1 a fleur de lize gules/ and the motto ' Guardatevi/ 

On the north wall at the upper end is this on a black marble table : — 

Edvardus Stephens, filius tertio genitus et natu minimus Edvardi Stephens de 
Sadbury-parva in comitatu Glocestrensi armigeri; juvenis optimae spei fratris 
dilecti immatura morte abrepti vestigium premit et naturae debitum persolvit 
Maii 29 anno aetatis vicesimo primo ineunte, an. 1643. 

Jehova dedit et Jehovah recepit ; sit nomen Jehovae benedictum. 

Armes are 'parted per chevron azure and argent, in chief two 
falcons sergreant or'; quartering, 'sable a fesse between 3 wolves' 
(or griffins) ' passant or/ 

(fol. 337 b.) On the said north wall about the middle of the 
chancell is this on a black marble : — 

Memoriale chronicon Pauli Hood S.T.D. qui octoginta et duos in hoc mundo, 
in hac Academia sexaginta sex, et in Coll. Lincoln, rectoratu quadraginta et 
septem annos posuit, longiore dignus saeculo. Lucem illi dedere annus salutis 
MDLXXXV US , Januarius mensis, Leicestrensis ager, sitaque in ejus umbilico avita 
sedes ac deliciae, Bardon-Park. Unde Academiam est profectus sexdecem annos 
natus, annoque demum mdclxviii ac Sextilis 1 1°, Musis simul ac amicis valedicens, 
subduxit se in coelos, satur annorum et famae. 

Armes are * azure, a fret argent on a cheif sable 3 cressants or.' 

[On 3 the south wall on a black marble table is this :— • 

D. M. 

Edvardi Horner Art. Mri. filii natu quarti Georgii Horner equitis aurati de 
Melles in agro Somersetensi quern ob summam pietatem et ingenium, cum in 
artium studio triennium ingenti cum profectu posuisset, Academia primo gradu, 
et Coll. Lincoln, societate sua ultro insignivit. Tandem variolis heu ! correptus, 
hinc ad beatorum sedes cum annum aetatis 23 aegre attigisset ovans migravit, 
Septemb. primo aeraeque Christianae mdclxxv. 

Armes are ' sable, 3 talbots passant argent/] 

Monuments on the ground in the chancell. 
Upon a grey marble is this engraven 4 : — 

Credo resurrectionem corporis hujus, expecto, Margaret Brooke, Jan. 16 an. 164 1. 

1 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxiv, cxv. as a slip and pasted on to fol. 

2 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cix. 337 b. 

3 this inscription was written later 4 see Dingley, 1. c, cxiii, cxiv. 



CHAP. XXXI 711. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 147 



She was somtimes the widdow of Duke Brook of Temple Combe in 
the countie of Somerset esq., and a benefactrix to this church. 

Below the steps leading to the high altar is a defaced monument *, 
having theron the effigies of a man and woman engraven on brass, 
but nothing theron shewing to whom it belonged but the two letters 2 
R. F., which are for Richard Frankish of Oxford, free-mason, who 
died about the 10 of Januar. 1485, and was, with Emm his wife, 
daughter of John Cayme of Oxon, buried here. He gave a house to 
the parishioners (opposite to Lincolne Coll.) for the susteining, help, 
and support of this church, so that they pay 4^. yearly to Lyncoln 
College. It joyned on the south side to a garden ground belonging 
to the said parishioners which then yeilded to them an annuall 
rent of 4s. 

On a white marble 3 fastned to an old stone : — 

Here lyeth the body of Robert Hughes of Lyncolne College gent, the son of 
Humphrey Hughes of Swercles in Wales in the county of Merioneth esq., buried 
Dec. 25, 1650. 

On another marble 4 is the picture of a man in a gowne with 
a bedell's staff in his hand and this inscription under : — 

Orate pro anima Johannis Boswell, armigeri, superioris bedelli facultatis 
Artium Universitatis Oxon, qui obiit xi die mensis Septembris An. Dom. mv c 
primo : cujus anime propitietur deus amen. 

At every corner of the stone are these armes 5 , ' five lozenges in 
fess and in cheif 3 beares heads erased and musled ' without colours. 
[Edmund Boswell 6 , a secular chaplain and bachelor of Decrees, was 
sole executor to John Boswell, lately superior bedell, 1501.] 

Neare to the former was an inscription on a brass plate fastned to 
a marble for Roger Folkys, an inhabitant of this parish, who died 
anno 1444, which, with the armes theron (viz. 'parted per pale, 
a chevron ingrailed ') hath been long since taken away. 

On another are the pictures of a man in a gowne 7 between his two 
wives with this epitaph 8 at their feet : — 

1 Hutton mentions two others (MS. 3 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxiii. 
Rawl. B 397, p. 11) : — < On another of 4 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cix, ex. 
the like hard by (this defaced monu- 5 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cix. 
ment) the picture of a man and his 6 on a slip fastened to fol. 337 b. 
wife in brass.' ' On another hard by 7 Hutton adds ' the man having a 
(Hughes' monument) a man and his great purse by his side.' 

wife, under him 10 children: the in- 8 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cx, who 
scription tore up.' takes Tollitur &c. as second line and 

2 see the drawing in Dingley, I.e., cxiii. Hie bonus &c. as third. 

L 2 



148 WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Oxonie maior, Dagfeld Willelmus ab orbe 
Hie bonus et paciens mitis 1 vir dapsilis ede 
Tollitur et tumulo presenti clauditur ere 2 
Sic vixit mundo quod sit salvus bene crede. 

Another inscription which was round the verg (but long since toren 
off) showed that underneath that stone lyeth the body of William 
Dagfeld, alderman and severall times mayor of Oxon, who died 
29 Oct. 1476, and also of Joane his first wife who was buried there 
anno 1473 ; but this stone I think was removed out of Our Ladye's 
chappell, for by his will (in thesaurario Coll. Line.) he devoted his body 
to be buried there before the altar. His second wife was Margaret, 
who was afterward wedded to one Parker 3 , and dying on Hock- 
munday anno 1523 was buried as it seems in Faringdon church 
in Berkshire, for there, as it appeares (in comput. bursariorum Coll. 
Line), were two chaplayns appointed to sing for the health of her 
soule, and had their wages paid them by the rector and fellowes 
of Lyncoln College. 

(fol. 338 a.) On another marble 4 are the effigies of a man and 
a woman in winding sheets : out of his mouth is this written in 
a scroule : — 

0 blyssyd Trinitie upon oure souks have mercy : 
and out of hers, this : — 

That by Christ's passion saved they may be. 
Underneath is this inscription : — 

Off your charite pray for the soules of Thomas Wayte, wex-chaundler, sumtymes 
baylye of thys towne, and Agnes his wiffe, which Agnes decessed the xxvi day of 
Julye, the yere of owre Lord god MV c xxi and the said Thomas dyed the . . . day 
of ... in the yere of owre lord god mv c ... 5 

He died about the yeare 1528. Armes 6 on this tombe are 
a chevron between 3 tapers burning' without colours. Elizabeth, 
daughter of the said Thomas, was buried here also anno 15 14; 
Thomas his son anno 1548. Nicholas Wayte buried here 25 Aug. 
1565, and John Wayte, severall times mayor of Oxon. John Wayte 
gent, anno 1587 (son of J. Wayte); Grace, his wife, 10 March 1585. 



1 Wood adds in the margin, ' intus, 
quaere,' that being Hutton's reading. 

1 ' ecce,' in Dingley. 

8 Wood's marginal note : — ' One Wil- 
liam Parker was ballive of Oxon 1487.' 

* copied in Dingley, 1. c, cix. 



5 Hutton adds ' on whose sowles Jesu 
have mercy? found also in Dingley. 

6 Hutton says they are the arms of 
wax-chandlers' company. They are 
copied in Dingley, 1. c, cix. 



CHAP, XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 149 



On another the picture of a man in a gowne with a bedell's staff in 
his hand, and his wife 1 by him, with this epitaph : — 

Hoc quicunque legis presens epigramma resiste, 

Et defunctorum nomine funde precem. 
Hie etiam 2 facilis, lepidus, jucundus, honestus, 

Insigni morum quam 3 probitate fuit 
Ilia erat baud dubie quam 4 forma, facundia, virtus 
Ornatam mundo reddidit atque deo. 

This epitaph was made on John Page 5 somtimes inferiour bedell 
of Law who dying in the month of January 1521 was here buried 
by his wife. 

On a white marble is this : — 

Hie jacet corpus exanimatum Ferrerii Rugeley filii natu maximi Ferrerii Rugeley 
generosi, necnon Mariae matris 6 ejus, Burtoniae super Trent in agro Staffordiensi ; 
qui mortem obiit 4 die Junii decimo nono aetatis suae anno, annoque dom. 1661 ; 
alumni Lincolniensis Collegii bac Academia. 

At the upper end of the chancell did hang not long since the headpiece, 
sword, banner, &c. of Sir Henry Reeves, knight, who dying in this 
parish was buried here 8 Nov. 1642. His armes that hung there 
were ' sable, a chevron between 3 fleur de lize or.' 

(fol. 338 b.) In the body of the church. 
Against the north wall is this written on a woodden table painted : — 
The names of those who have been worthy benefactors to this church : — 
Dr. Kilbye, rector of Lincolne College, gave io/?., with one covered cup and 
plate of silver gilt. 
Robert Barton gave 
Sir Henry Reeves gave 20/2. 
Mr. Henry Southam, alderman, gave 40//. 
Mris. Mary Young, 5/2. per annum. 

Mr. John Newton (of Bras. Coll.) gave 10/2. 

Mr. Robert Whorwood gave 2li. 

Mr. Robert Whorwood gave more, viz. 5/z'. 

Mris. Jane Jackson widdow, late of this parish, gave to this parish 5/2. 
Mr. Michael Page gave 5/z. 
Mris. Jane Southam gave 8/z. 

Mr. Richard Gardner of this parish a phisitian gave for a catechisme lecture 200//. 
Susanna baroness Grey of Ruthen gave to this parish one silver flagon. 



1 according to Hutton the wife's 
picture was torn off. 

2 'etenim' in Hutton and Dingley, 
1. c, cxiii. 

3 ' turn' in Hutton and Dingley. 
* ' qua ' in Hutton. 

5 Hutton says that ' John Pace ' was 



written under his picture ; see Dingley, 
1. c, cxiii, who gives ' John Page.' 

6 Wood suspected this reading, but 
verified it, his marginal 1 quaere ' being 
scored out. It seems a mistake for 
' uxoris.' 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



On the south side of the body is this following inscription, on 
a marble table 1 , fastned to one of the pillars: — 

Hie jacet Ricardus Drayton, magis suo merito quam fortunae beneficio magnus ; 
sanguine generosus, virtute simul ac pietate prenobilis. Fuit de Adderston in 
comitatu Warwicensi, inter bonos optimus, inter sanctos sanctissimus. Quid 
plura ? vixit non mode- longiore vita, sed orope immortalitate dignus. At ecce 
quam improviso benemeriti decipiuntur fallacia. Oxonium petiit, in patriam 
rediturus ; in coelestem vero patriam evocatus, emigravit. Ad cujus perpetuam 
memoriam, hoc monumentum, in fidei conjugalis, syncerissimi amoris, et officiosae 
pietatis testimonium, moestissima conjux consecratur 2 . Ex hoc vitae ergastulo 
solutus est an. Dom. 1631 aetat. suae 31. 

eCCe CVpIo DIssoLVI aC IesV Chrlsto Vere aDgLVtlnarl 3 . 

Armes 4 are 'parted per pale indented azure and gules, a lyon 
rampant or ' ; the crest ' a lyon's paw erased or.' 

On a marble stone laying on the ground 5 is this defaced inscription 
on the verge : — 

Hie jacent .... quondam hujus ville marcator, et Alicia ejus uxor ; qui quidem 
Johannes obiit mortem xxii 6 die Decemb. an. dom. MCCCCXVii et dicta Alicia 
diem suum clausit extremum anno . . . 

On another 7 this 8 : — 

Hie jacet Agnes Tanfeld 9 quae obiit xxii mensis Junii an. dom. millesimo 
ccccxlii : cujus anime propitietur deus amen. 

Note that Thomas and John Tanfeld were successively townclerks 
of Oxon in the raignes of Henry VI and Edward IV, so that I suppose 
the said Agnes was either sister or wife to one of them. 

(fol. 339 a.) On another is the picture of a man (with a great 
purse by his side) and his wife 10 . At each corner of the stone are the 
mercers' armes, and round about it was an inscription but all pulled 
off, onlie this remaining at the bottome : — 

mensis Augusti anno Domini millesimo ccccc : quorum animabus &c. 



1 copied in Dingley, l.c.,cviii,andcxii. 

2 ' consecravit ' in Hutton and Ding- 
ley. 

3 Hutton adds £ Phil. i. 23 ' ; which is 
not in Dingley. Dingley notes that the 
chronogram makes 1632 in error. 

4 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxv, who 
says ' gules and azure.' 

5 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cviii. 
Hutton adds that on this stone was 
' the picture of a man and his wife.' 

6 ' xxi ' in Dingley, 1. c. 



7 Hutton notes here other defaced 
stones : — 4 Another gravestone, yron 
(i. e. thereon) the picture of a man be- 
tween two women, under them 13 sons 
and 11 daughters. Another, yron 
a woman holding up her hands and 
a scrole issuing out of her mouth.' 

8 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxvii. 

9 ' Daufeild ' in Hutton. 

10 Hutton adds 'two scroles issuing 
out of their mouths.' See the stone 
figured in Dingley, 1. c, cxvi. 



CHAP, XXXVUL MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 151 

Towards the lower end of the body is this on a white, fastned to 
a blow, marble : — 

Here lyeth the body of Elizabeth Dennis, the late wife of Thomas Dennis l , who 
departed this life the 12 of November, an. dom. 1637 2 m the 27 yeare of her age. 

On a larg freestone monument (breast high), joyning to the north 

side of the steple, are these inscriptions on brass plates : — 

Here lyeth the body of Henry Southam, alderman and twice mayor of this city, 
who departed this life the 10 of March an. 1659. 

This is put downe false, for he dyed 16 March 1658 (i.e. f). 
Armes are 1 sable, 3 arrows with their points downward argent.' 

Here lyeth the body of Margaret Southam, wife of Henry Southam, who 
departed this life the 9 Decemb. an. dom. 1626, aet. 50 3 . 

Here lyeth the body of Margaret Southam, second wife of Henry Southam 
alderman of this city, who departed this life the 3 of Novemb. in the yeare of our 
Lord 1652*. 

Neare adjacent lyeth the body of Jane Southam, the third wife and widdow of 
the said Henry Southam, who departed this life 28 of Decemb. an. d. 1664. 

At the foot of the former monument is a table of black marble 5 , 
supported with pillars of the same ; and on that table lyeth the 
proportion of a man carved in stone 6 and painted to the life. His 
body is adorned with armour, and over it is an alderman's gowne. 
He hath a sword by his side, on the hilt of which are his armes, viz. 
1 argent, on a bend sable, 3 escallops of the first ' ; and on one of the 
pillars that support the table is this engraven : — 

In hope of the resurrection here lyes the body of Mr. William Levins, alderman 
and five times mayor of the citie. Obiit Aprill 12, 1616, aetatis 100. 

On the other pillar is this : — 

With whome lyes interred his beloved wife, Ursula, by whome he had 5 sonns 
and 6 daughters. Obiit 1573, aetat. 43. 

On the side of the said marble table is this : — 

What others singly wish, age, wisdome, wealth, 
Children to propagate their name and blood, 
Cheife place in citie oft, unphysickt health, 
And (that which seasons all) the name of good, 
In Levins were all mixt, yet all are gon ; 
Only the good name lasts, that look upon. 

1 Hutton adds ' mercer,' and so monuments in this church by the col- 
Dingley, 1. c, cxvii. lapse of the steeple, rf§# '■> an( ^ * s now 

2 ' 1638 ' in Dingley. placed in a niche on the south wall to- 

3 1 52 ' in Dingley, 1. c, cxvii. wards the east end. Copied in Dingley, 

4 Hutton adds: — 'Rev. 14. 13. 1. c, cxvii, cxviii. 

Blessed are those thatdy'in the Lord.' 6 'or marble ' followed; scored out 

5 this fine monument escaped the in pencil, 
destruction which befell most of the 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



At the foot of the marble these two verses : — 

Quis me quis miserum redimet de corpora mortis? 
Substravit mortem mors mihi, Christe, tua. 

At the head : — 

Sic oculos, sic ille manus, sic brachia tendens, 
Ad coelum flexit, te duce Christe, viam. 

The said William Levinz, who was second son of William Levinz 
of Croke in the parish of Kendall in Westmoreland, and he the second 
son of Laurence Levinz of Levinz hall in the said countie, married 
Ursula, daughter of Richard Whittington of Oxford, alderman, by 
whome he had issue: — i, Humphrey Levinz, who setled himself at 
Eumeley or Emeley neare Bra(ckley) in Northamptonshire (grand- 
father to Sir Creswell Levinz, attorney general to King Charles II, and 
Dr. William Levinz, president of S. John's College, &c.) ; 2, William, 
who was buried in this church 8 Oct. 1567; 3, Marie, buried here 
17 May 1570; 4, Richard, buried 23 June in the yeare following; 5, 
(fol. 339b) Martha, who was married to Henry Nicolls of Southam 
in com. Warwic; 6, Ellena, the wife of Mathew Harrison, citizen and 
afterward mayor of Oxon ; 7, Eulalia, the wife of Georg Roy, Master 
of Arts ; and, 8, Anne. There were also other sons, as Henry and 
William ; from which last, those of Botley neare Oxford are (as 
I conceive) descended. 

This monument of alderman Levinz was first built between the two 
upper pillars of the body of the church, neare the place where the 
pulpit now stands ; but when the church was repaired and new seats 
set up therin (which was an. 1636), then was the said monument 
removed to the place where it now stands. 

In the isle joyning on the south side of the chancell, now 
called the parish chancell, but formerly 1 . . . 

Against the north wall on a black marble table is this : — 

Hie jacet Joan. Albert Schack de Wittenau, eques, orator, philosophus, quippe 
in palaestra tam fortis quam in lycaeo subtilis, et in conversando tarn amabilis 
quam in loquendo disertus, utrobique tam modestus tit sequius duceret nescire quae 
omnes sciunt quam scire quae omnes nesciunt ! ortum in Prussia habuit, occasum 
oXon. In angLIa Ipso sanCtorVM Die. 

This High-German coming to Oxford purposely to live there and 
make use of the Vatican (as many Germans do to this day) fell sick 
at his arrivall, in the Miter inne, where dying soon after (on the first 

1 Wood adds in the margin ' Trinity chappell.' 



CHAP. XXXVIIL MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 153 



of November 1669) was with great lamentation buried here and 
accompanied to his grave by his countrimen. 

On the south wall is this *, painted on canvass, within a frame : — 

Here lyeth the body of Mr. Jeames Young, esquire, and gentleman of the privie 
chamber to his majestie, whose wife Mris Mary Young hath given 5 pounds per 
annum to this parish for ever, that his body might be kept from violation. He 
departed this life 16 June 1644. 

Underneath it, lying on the ground, is a marble and this written 
on it : — 

James Yo?ig : buried 16 June 1644. 

On a marble 2 fastned to the said south wall at the upper end is the 
effigies of a man kneeling in armour, engraven on a brass plate, with 
two sons kneeling behind him, and out of his mouth goes a scroule, 
wherin is this engraven : — 

0 swete Jesu, take me to thy mercy. 

Opposite to him is a woman with two daughters behind her 
kneeling, and out of her mouth comes this : — 

0 blessed Trynitie, have mercy on us 8 . 

Underneath all is this inscription : — 

Under this tombe lyeth William Freurs 4 and Agnes 5 his wiff, they being thus 
covered by Edward Freurs theyr sone, who did this worke neither for any vaine 
glory, but to have their sowles even 6 yn perpetuall memory that every man or 
woman.that this doth reed over 7 , wyll pray to Jesu for to take their sowles to the 
eternall glory. Amen. 

Under the said marble is an altar-monument of the same and upon 
the verge thereof is this written (fol. 340 a) : — 

William Freurs, justyce of peas of the cytye of Oxford and for the shyre, and 
eight times mayor of the same cytye, and departed to almighty god xvi day 
of July an. dom. MDXLVI. 

Armes 8 on it engraven in brass, and somtimes coloured (but woren 
out), were these : — ' or, an eare of barley between 2 humets gules in 
pale, two flaunches of the second each charged with an eare of barley 
of the first/ granted to the said William, or at least to his son Edward, 
meerly upon the account (as I am perswaded) that both of them (as 
also the father of William) drove the trade of brewing and malting. 



1 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxiv. 

2 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxi. 

3 ' on mee,' in Hutton. 

4 * Frere,' in Hutton. 

5 1 Annes,' in Hutton and Dingley. 



6 ' ever,' in Hutton and Dingley. 

7 4 reede or see,' in Hutton ; 1 reede 
or se,' in Dingley. 

8 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxi. 



*54 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



The said William, by his wife Agnes Reve of Staunton S. John neare 
Oxon (buried here also 1558 or therabouts, tempore Mariae reginae), 
had issue Henry (who died without issue) ; Edward (who married and 
had issue, as I shall anon tell you) ; Frideswyde (the wife of William 
Jennet of Talton gent.); Anne; and Elizabeth. 

On a flat marble laying somtimes neare to the said monument, but 
afterwards removed to another place, is this inscription 2 under the 
pictures of a man and woman, all engraven on brass plates : — 

Here lyeth buried the bodies of Edwarde Freere esquire and Anne his wife, 
by whome he had yssue William, John, and Henrye, Anne and Elizabeth : which 
Edward decessed the xiii of January, in the yere of oure lord god mccccclxv 3 : 
whose soules wee commend to god. 

Armes 4 are those of Freere before-mentioned, impaling c on a fess 
3 bustards, between as many roundells, within a bordure ingrafted/ 
without colours. The said Edward Freere, by Anne his wife (buried 
here anno 1544) daughter of John Bustard of Adderbury in this 
countie esquire, had issue (besides the sons, William, John and Henry 
before mentioned) Anne, who married Henry Baylie Doctor of Physick, 
and afterwards Richard Culpeper of Greys Inne, which Anne was buried 
here 21 June, 1568; and Elizabeth, the wife of John Lovelace of 
Henley in this countie, gent. 

A little below the monument of William Freurs is built against the 
south wall an altar monument of freestone, over which is a canopie 
supported with pillars of the same, and under it this epitaph 5 : — 

Pawse (gentle frinde) that passest bye and gaze upon this tombe, 

Soe maist thou learne both what I am and whence my race is come. 

But what I am, I doe account a bootless tale to tell 

For flesh to earth (in time 6 ) returnes, as thou dost know full well. 

But what I am 7 to let the wyte, shall be my chefest care, 

A Bamfyld borne I was, and eake a Bamfylds name I bare, 

Half heire unto my fathers landes, but when I woke 8 a wife 

I matcht with Freere, with whome I led a well contented liffe. 

Ten tender babes on me he gate, the pawnes of mariage bed ; 

I wysh my fryndes to fare no worse, then was my hape to wed. 



1 ' in Warwickshire ' followed ; but 
Wood afterwards bracketed the words as 
doubtful, noting in the margin, 'there 
is no such place as Talton in Warwick- 
shire.' 

2 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxii. 

3 i. e. 1 563. Wood notes in margin : 
1 It should be mccccclxiv ' : he took 
always the old reckoning. 



4 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxi. 

5 copied in Dingley, 1. c, ex. 

6 ' in time ' added from Hutton, who 
reads ' For earth to earth in time re- 
turnes.' 

7 Hutton reads ' was,' rightly. 

8 Wood notes in the margin Hutton's 
reading ' I wore a wife ' : in Dingley, 
' worr ' or ' woxe.' 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 155 



Thus hast thou hard what first I was, before I fell to dust : 
And what I am thou plainly see'st, wherto returne thou must. 
Noe birthe can barre, no stocke can staye, no gentle line can lette 
But all that live must dye the death ; this law our god hath sett. 
The good wee doe shall never dye; but all the rest beside, 
Be well assured, the gaping grave and hollow vawte shall hide. 
Then leede the liff that vertew learnes, lett fickle fortune gooe, 
Thryse happy he that lyveth well, and blest that dyeth sooe. 

Armes 1 on it are those of Freere before mentioned : quartering, 
I, 'on a chevron between 3 garters buckled and nowed, a mullet for 
a difference'; 2, 'on a fess between 3 owles as many cross croslets' 
(Pimme) ; and 3, 'three bells' (Porter) — all without colours. There 
are also the same quarterings, impaling 'quarterlie, on a bend 3 
estoyles, in sinister canton a cressant ' (Bamfield). 

The person for whome this monument was erected was Mary, the 
wife of William (son of Edward) Freere, and one of the daughters and 
heires of William Bampfeild of Turn worth (fol. 340 b) in Dorsetshire 
gent, by Elizabeth his wife, daughter of William Lovell of the same 
countie, — which Mary was buried here 14 July 1573, leaving issue by 
her husband William Freere (buried here 8 Febr. 161 1) two sons, viz. 
Edward and Bamfeild, and four daughters, namelie Anne, Fraunces, 
Elizabeth and Mary, the second of which was married to Thomas 
Brace gent, anno 1588 and Elizabeth (the third) was married to one 
Toyer. 

Here also if I am not mistaken was buried Edward Freere before- 
mentioned (son of William, son of Edward) made a baronet anno 
1620, whose atchivement and banners were lately hanging up over 
the graves of the Freers. He was the same that sold the rich mannor 
of Water-Eaton neare Oxon to the Lovelaces of Hurley in Berkshire, 
and the same that married Mary, daughter of John Stafford of 
Blatherwyke, in Northamptonshire. 

[Margaret 2 Taverner, daughter of Richard Taverner of Woodeaton 
esq. by Margaret Lambert his first wife, was married to Thomas Yate 
of Witney gent, in Woodeaton church 1 March 1567. After his 
death shee was married to Edward Freer of Water-Eaton esq., father 
to Sir Edward Freer, bart. — So Taverner pedigree that I have. 

William Freer esq. died 6 Feb. 161 1 (i.e. J), quaere: vide notes 
from Prerogative Office p. 127. Sir Edward Frere bart. obiit 1629: 
vide notes from Prerogative Office, p. 153.] 

Among the graves of these Freers also resteth the body of Henry 
Baylie before-mentioned, borne at Bradford in Wiltshire, afterwards 

1 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cx and cxi. 2 notes on a slip attached to fol. 340 b. 



156 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



fellow of New College, proctor of the Universitie, and the most noted 
physilian of his time in the Universitie; buried 12 Dec. 1566. He 
had two wives. The first (whose name I know not) was buried here 
anno 1556, but what issue he had by her I know not. The second 
was Anne Freere before mentioned, by whome he had issue Henrie 
Baylie who dying in the 2 1 yeare of his age or therabouts was buried 
by his father 12 Oct. 1586. He had also two daughters, viz. Frides- 
wyde and Elizabeth, the first of which was married to one Edmonds 
of Stanton S. John, gent., by whome she had issue Ambrose, Elizabeth, 
and Mary. 

On the said south wall at the lower end did hang a table, with this 
coat of armes 1 on it, ' or, a bend and in base dexter a cross crosslet 
gules/ and underneath this written 2 : — 

Here under lyeth enterred the body of Henry Myriell, Bachelour of Divinity, 
who in the 33 yeare of his age departed this mortall life the 22 of Aprill an. 
dom. 1643. 

At the upper end of this isle is this 3 engraven on a marble lying on 
the ground : — 

Hie jacet Gulielmus Smith, civis London., qui anno aetatis suae ineunte 33, 
18 Apr., expiravit, et hie sepultus est, anno domini 1637. 

Upon a flat marble lying in the middle of this isle are the pictures 
of a man in a gowne between his two wives, engraven on brass, with 
this inscription under : — 

Here lyeth the body of Richard Good, gent., chandler, alderman of this citie 
and twyse mayor of the same. He had two wives Mary and Frideswide ; by the 
former he had foure sonnes and 4 daughters. He dyed in a good tyme, full of 
dayes and prayse the 12 of Aug. 1609. 

Vota dedisse deo, miseris alimenta dedisse 

Si bona res, Goodum praebuit esse bonum. 
Quis neget in coelis igitur requiescere Goodum? 
Nam Christi vox est sacra ' venite boni.' 

Mary his first wife was buried here 28 Sept. 1593. Richard his son, 
alderman of the citie, buried here also 5 Dec. 1639. William 4 Good, 
alderman, brother to Richard the son was also buried here. 

(fol. 341a.) In the isle joyning to the body of the church on 

THE SOUTH SIDE, SOMTIMES CALLED OUR LaDYe's CHAPPELL. 

On a marble lying on the ground, are the pictures of a man and 
his wife engraven on brasse plates, with this inscription 5 under them : — 



1 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cix. 

2 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxiv. 

3 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxiv. 



4 note on a slip' attached to fol. 340 b. 

5 copied in Dingley, 1. c, cxvii. 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 157 



John de Hereford et Agnes 1 sa premier feme gycent icy, dieu de lour almes 
eit mercy : qui pour 1'alme de dit John priera vi c xx jours de pardoun aura. 

In English thus : — 

John de Bereford and Agnes his first wife lye here, God on their 
soules have mercy: Hee that shall pray for the soule of the said John, 
shall have 620 days of pardon. 

You may see by this what care was taken for the saving of the soul 
of the said John de Bereford, alderman, the prime promoter of, and 
captaine in, the great conflict, and therfore the occasion that so many 
lives were unjustly taken away therein, as you may see more at large 
in the first book 2 under the yeares 1354 and 1355, &c. His second 
wife was Agnes also, the daughter of John le Peyntour, of Oxon, 
living 4 Rich. II (1380); but whether shee was buried here I 
know not. 

[John 3 de Bereford was a benefactor to the towne, Twyne XXIII, 
p. 18; Twyne IV, 317 ; he was alderman, Twyne XXII, 266.] 

Over the south dore did somtimes hang this escocheon, viz. 'argent, 
10 escallops, 4, 3, 2, and 1, sable, a file of three labells azure, over all 

a canton gules charged with a mullet or ' : hung up for who was 

buried here in the time of the grand rebellion. 

Neare to the place where the former did hang is a wooden table 
fastned to the wall, having theron these arms depicted: 'argent, a chevron 
between 3 more 4 -cocks sable, a file of three labells gules ' set up for 
James Moore, commoner of Lincolne College (son of William Moore 
of How in Yorkshire, gent.) buried here 18 Oct. 1672, aged 17. 
(Explicit 5 fol. 341a.) 

All Saints Church. 
M. S. 

Richard Coxwell the son of John Coxwell esqre of Turk-deane in the countie of 
Glocester, commoner of Lincoln Coll., departed this life the 19 day of May 1679, 
in the 19 yeare of his age. 



1 1 Agneys ' in Hutton and Dingley. 

2 i.e. in the MS. afterwards turned 
into Latin and published as Historia et 
Antiquitates Univ. Oxon. 

3 note on a slip attached to fol. 340 b. 
On the back is : — 

' Armes in the windowes, vide Oxford- 
shire Notes, pp. 69, 88; and from Cam- 



den's notes, and notes from Heralds' 
Office, p. 80.' 

4 written ' moore,' and changed. 

5 fol. 341 b is blank ; and so is fol. 342a, 
except that two slips are attached to it 
from which the next two paragraphs are 
taken. 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Si musae semper sileant res mira patetur, 

Si signet bustum littera nulla suum. 
Musis notus erat, studiis versatus honestis, 

Et studuit quovis tempore posse mori. 
Illi vita brevls transit juvenilibus annis 

Flore suo fructus carpitur ingenii. 
Nulla manus cineres chari perturbet amici, 

Richardus Coxwell dormit in hoc tumulo. 

Amies in Allhallow church windowes. 
Vide notes from Camden; Richard Lee's notes; notes from Heralds' 
Office, p. 80. 

1. Gules, 2 lyons passant or, on a cheif azure Our Lady with the 
babe in her armes, sitting in a chaire or — see of Lyncoln 1 . 

2. Azure, a saltire or. 

3. Vert, three (bucks) passant or — Rotheram. 

4. Argent, 3 barrs azure, 3 lozenges in cheif gules, between the two 
first barrs a mullet sable — Fleming. 

5. Armes of Becking/on as in Lync. Coll. (See Gutch's Wood's 
Colleges and Halls, p. 244). 

6. Vert, a fess or between 3 swans argent becked gules without 
leggs as if swimming (but in Lync. Coll. they have leggs (see ibid, 
p. 244)). 

7. . . . 2 , a butterflie between 3 does' (or wolves') heads erased or. 

8. Quarterly, or and gules, 3 crosses patonce counter-changed. 

9. Or, a fess indented ermine between 10 billets ermine — by the 
name of Parkyns. 

10. Gules, 2 bendlets argent — Thomas Bradshaw. 

11. Quarterly, in the 1 and 4, argent, two annulets interlaced in 
bend between two bendlets sable; in the 2 and 3, gules, 2 bends argent. 

12. Or, an eare of barly between 2 humets gules, 2 flanches of 
the second each charged with an eare of barley of the first — Freer. 

(fol. 341b.) In S. Michael's Church 3 . 

In the chancell commonlie called the college chancell. 

At the upper end on the east wall is an alabaster monument fastned, 
wheron is engraven the picture of a man in a gowne kneeling before 
a desk, with this inscription under him : — 

1 Hutton says this was 'in an east also in trick, and no. ti in trick only, 
window.' ' 3 the heading is not in Wood's hand. 

2 Wood wrote 'Argent,' but added, ' I The inscriptions in this church I have 
beleive the colour of the feild is woren collated with Matthew Hutton's notes, 
out.' He gives this and the next two coats MS. Rawl. B 397, pp. 57-63. 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 159 



In obitum doctissimi religiosissimique juvenis Gualteri Dotyn 1 collegii Exoni- 
ensis schoUtris et socii. 

Qui legis haec luge, quia sunt lugenda legenda. 

En calcas, Musae quod coluere, caput. 
Hoc quod habes habuit, quod habet cito forsan habebis. 
Vivendo hinc discas non moriendo mori. 

Obiit xx die Februarii anno dom. 1603 
aetatis suae xx. 

Within a little arch, made in the south wall, is the proportion of a 
man in a gowne and hood, kneeling before a table, wheron is a book 
laying ; all carved out of stone and painted to the life, with this in- 
scription under : — 

Epitaphium doctissimi probatissimique viri Gregorii Martin Exoniensis, in 
artibus magistri, et Collegii Exon. commensalis. 

Dum fleo defuncti fratris blandaeque sororis 

Fata, sepulturae semina spargo meae. 
Tres morimur, premit unius brevis annulus anni ; 

Vivimus aeternum tres, ubi cuncta tria. 
Nemo meos cineres madidis humectet ocellis, 

Aut gemat extremum tarn cito adesse diem. 
Funera funus habent, mors mortem, busta sepulchrum, 

Vexillum statuunt vita salusque meum 2 . 

Obiit Decembris die decimo, an. Dom. 161 8 
aetatis suae anno xxviii. 

On the north wall of the chancell is this engraven on a marble 
table : — 

Epitapliium doctissimi optimaeque spei juvenis Salomonis Hext, Devoniensis, 
Artium Bacculaurei, et Collegii Exoniensis socii. 

Saxeus aut similis mini ni sis, siste viator, 

Siste, et 3 lachrymulam vove. 
Dilecto huic cineri jacet hac qua mole superstas 

Is quern fama sequax feret. 
Corporis atque animi donis tarn largiter auctum 

Heu raro invenies parem. 
Oxonium mater, matris numerosa propago 

Signarunt lachrymis idem. 
Saxeus aut similis mihi ni sis, vade viator, 

Vade, ut sis similis stude. 

Obiit 23 die Novembris anno dom. 1606 
aetatis suae 22. 
Hoc 4 monumentum erat . . . Thomas . . . generosus. 



1 Wood notes in the margin, 'son of 
Richard Dotyn.' 

2 ' deum ' in Hutton. Hutton adds 
' under all the picture of a sceleton be- 
tween two men, &c.' 



3 1 ac,' in Hutton. 

* in Hutton — ' About it Hoc monu- 
mentum fraterni amoris ergo posuit 
l^homas . . . generosus.' 



i6o 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Armes are 1 azure on a bend argent between 6 escallops or, a cressant 
(for a difference) sable.' 

On a brass plate fix'd to the said wall (neare to the former) is en- 
graven the picture of a man sitting in a seat or pew with a book in his 
hand, under and above whom is this inscription : — 

Epitaphium generosissimi optimaeque spei juvenis Johannis Pendarves Cornu- 
biensis, Samuelis Pendarves armigeri filii natu maximi, Coll. Exon. commensalis. 
(fol. 342 a.) Cujas qualis eram, notus est cognomine cujus 
Et patriam et stirpem syllaba prima notat. 
Qui jam sum praenomen habet, nam gratia dicor, 
Quod gratum summo me notat esse deo. 
Obiit xviii 1 die Junii, anno dom. 1617 
aetatis suae xvii. 

On a brass plate, fixt to a white stone laying neare the altar, is 
this : — 

Hie jacet Anna parens natis comitata duabus 2 Filia Gulielmi Goodwin, AEdis 
Christi decani, uxor Johannis Prideaux, Exon. Coll. rectoris, et S.T.P. regii, quae 
animam pientissimam reddidit Aug. 11 an. 1627. 

On another white stone is this engraven : — 

Hie dormit Richardus Veale collegii Exoniensis olim commensalis, qui nondum 
integro anno in Academia exacto in tantum profecerat ut dignus videretur quem 
numen in superiorem classem promoveret. Pie obiit Octobris 15 an. 1634. 

On the same stone are these verses engraven on a brass plate fix'd 
therunto : — 

Quam juvenis 3 vitam trinae rapuere sorores 

Carmine quo poterant restituere novem. 
Quos hie profectus juvenilis 4 fecerat aetas 

Si quaeras, coelo quos placuisse putes. 
Quotquot lugetis defunctum, ignoscite Parcis 

Invita filum quae petiere manu. 
Dum numerent tantis juvenis progressibus annos 

Aequales, credunt se rapuisse senem. 

He was the son of Walter Veale of Iddisleigh in Devonshire, 
preist. 

On another white stone is this engraven : — 

Resurgam. 

Here lyeth the body of Elizabeth Jonson late the wife of Robert Jonson gent., 
one of the foure messengers in ordinary to his majestie's receipt of the Exchequer 
and attendant upon his great seale of England; who departed this life the x of 
July 1643. 

1 'xxviii' in Hutton. 3 ' juveni ' in Hutton. 

2 4 duobus ' in Hutton. * ' juveniles ' in Wood. 



CHAP. XXXVI1L MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 161 



Walter Bate, preist (M.A.) and commoner of Lyncolne College, 
som times principall of that Whitehall where Jesus College now stands, 
who died 16 Nov. anno 1478, was buried here, but the brass with in- 
scription on his grave hath been long since gone. He gave a house 
and garden to Lyncolne College, joyning therunto, for which and other 
benefaction, the fellowes of that Societie kept his obit or anniversary 
here on 16 of Nov. 



(fol. 342 b.) In the body of the church. 

At the upper end on the south wall is a monument of marble and 
alabaster, and theron this inscription : — 

H. S. E. 

Johannes Harris, civitatis hujus aldermannus, et expraetor dignissimus, religioni 
regi ac patriae, pessimis etiam temporibus, fidus : natus Burfordiae in com. Oxon. 
anno 1594, denatus Oxoniae 1674 aetatis 80 : utriusque loci pauperibus ad octin- 
gentas libras liberalis, qua munificentia tanta monumentum sibi posuit marmore 
omni perennius. 

Lege bone civis et imitari aude. 
' Binas dnxit uxores Elizabethan! et Annam, quarum 
Elizabetha peperit *Annisiam, *Janam, et Frideswidam. 
Anna (et ipsa adhuc in vivis) Annam, *Elizabetham, 
*Janam, *Mariam, *Johannem primum et *secundum, et 
Carolum 

Qui moerens posuit anno 1675. 

No armes on this monument. He gave maintenance for 4 poore 
freemen of this city, who by his appointment are to follow the mayor 
to church. 

On a white stone lyeing on the ground : — 

In hope of a happy resurrection, here lyes the bodie of Mr. James Deane, who 
departed this life Dec. 14 in the yeare 1677 being aged 89 yeares. As also 
the body of Mris. Dorothy Deane his wife, formerlie the relict of Mr. Jervais 
Jones, who departed this life Dec. 6 in the yeare 1661 being aged 88 yeares. 



*Notat jam 
defunctos 



In the isle joyning on the north side of the chancell, 
somtimes called now the parish chancell. 

Against the north wall is an alabaster monument fastned, containing 
the proportion of a man kneeling in a gowne before a deske or table ; 
over whose head is this inscription : — 

In obitum doctissimi religiosissimique juvenis Thomae Crooke, Cornubiensis, 
filii unici Caroli Crooke generosi, et Collegii Exoniensis commensalis. 

Under all is this inscription : — 

VOL. III. M 



l62 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Hi lapides tumulus non sunt \ sed saxea moles 

Sub qua non unus set! jacet una domus, 
Quae patris et patrui patriaeque novissima vota 

Proh dolor ! hoc stricto carcere clausa premit. 
Te mod6 qui spectas, haec spectant ; talis ut ipse es 

Is fait, ut nunc est tu cito forsan eris. 

Obiit tertio die Januarii an. dom. 1608 
aetatis suae 19. 

Armes are 1 argent on a bend vert 2 between two dogs (or 3 wolves) 
rampant sable 3 martletts or/ The same armes are at the four corners 
of the monument. 

(fol. 343 a.) Below the former, against the said wall, is fastned a 
brass plate gilt, bordered with marble, and theron this inscription : — 

Hie jacet Radolphus Flexney, civitatis Oxon aldermannus et Caterina uxor 
ejus secunda, ex qua liberos suscepit novem, filios duos, Thomam scilicet et 
Richardum, filias septem. Ille obiit 25 Decembris an. dom. 1578. Haec, 
9 Septembris 1567. 

Thomas Flexney hoc posuit. 
At the top of the said monument are these verses : — 

Praeteriens udis haec cerne viator ocellis, 

Digna est haec lachrymis tristis imago tuis. 
Nempe quod es fuimus, mox quod sumus ipse futurus. 

Vive memor mortis, caetera mitte deo. 

In the middle of the brass plate is engraven the picture of a table 
between a man in an alderman's gowne and a woman kneeling, and be- 
twixt them this coat of armes : — ' azure, a fess between two fleure de 
lize or/ The creast is 'a hound sable sitting on a mount vert, collared 
or, to which hangs a string turn'd over his back, or also,' (slip 4 attached 
to fol. 343 b) which coat and creast was granted to Ralph Flexney of 
Oxon gent., by Robert Cook alias Clarenceaux anno 1592, but how 
that Ralph is kin to the aforesaid Ralph I know not, perhaps his son 
by his first wife. I find that one Ralph Flexney of this parish was 
married to Alice Wyckham 27 Sept. 1569. I find also one Ralph 
Flexney of St. Aldate's parish, butcher, to have been mayor of Oxon 
161 2 and to be buried in the church there 12 July 1624. His two 



1 ' non sunt tumulus ' in Hutton. 

2 Wood notes in margin : — ' It doth 
not appeare that the bend is vert : 
quaere Ordinarie.' 

3 subst. for ' greyhounds.' 

4 part of an envelope, with a frag- 
ment of Wood's address in the hand- 
writing of William Fulman. Another 



note on the slip is 'Armes in St. 
Michael's chancell, in the east window, 
and in the east window also of the 
north isle.' In MS. Rawl. B 397, 
p. 63, Matthew Hutton notes in 
S. Michael's church ' in the east win- 
dow, argent, three eagles displayed 
gules? 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 163 



wives mentioned in S. Aldate's parish (the first wife he married 1579). 
The said Ralph Flexney mentioned in the monument gave a scarlet 
cloak to the city,Twyne IV 316 ; Thomas, his son, was Bac. of Civil law 
and registrar of the bishop's office, lived in S. Giles' parish, buried 
there 1623, whose g(rand) d(aughter) and heir,living by Newbury, was 

married to gent, (see in notes from Horsman's office 1 p. 20, 22 ; 

and notes from the registers of S. Michael's, S. Martin's, S. Aldate's). 

1 on another slip (an envelope with the address ' For Mr. Anthony Wood at 
his lodging neere Merton-Colledge in Oxford') attached to fol. 343a Wood has 
some jottings towards a pedigree of these Flexneys, as follows : — 



Richard Flexney, 
buried in St. Thomas chapell 
1535 : Horsman's notes p. 20 



Alice Flexney, 
buried in S. Thomas 
chappell 1553 (ii. 84^. 



I 

Richard 
(ballive, 1550, 
alderman 1557) 



I 

Annis 



(Maud ?) (Stephen 
One Richard Flexney and Anne . . 



I I 
) Edmund Mary 

. were married in St. Martin's church 1565. 



Agnes Cogan, 
uxor prima 



m. Ralph Flexney : 
of St. Michael's parish, 
(son of Margaret Irysh, 
widdow of Edmund Irish, 
which Margaret died 1556; 
vide Horsman's office 
p. 22), obiit 1578 



Catarina, 
quae obiit 9 Sept. 
1567 



Thomas 
registrarie of the bishop's 
court: vide (excerpts from 
parish) Registers in 
St. Martin's, p. 29, 59 : 
he died 1623, vide Reg. 
paroch. p. 71 



I I 

. Elizabeth Richard Alice m. Mr. John Snow, 

Hewet 15 borne 1581 

June 1581 1559 



I 

Ann, 
borne 1562 



Mary, 
1564 



(Margaret, 
J 5 6 5) 



I 

Dorothy, 
1566 



I 

Katherine, 
borne 1582 



I 

Annes, 
borne 1583 



Thomas, 
borne 1585, Reg. 
p. 70 



I 

William, 
borne 1586, Reg. 

paroch. p. 70 ; 
buried 1624, ibid, 
p. 71. See more in 
S. Giles Register 
(in excerpts from 
parish registers) 
pp. 70, 71 



Ralph, 
1587 



Richard, 
1590 



John, 
I59 1 



M 2 



Ralph, 
I59 2 



T <5+ 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Dr. (Henry) Aylworth's wife buried in the north isle: his (arms) 
and hers impaled, vide obitall book. 

At the upper end of the north isle of the church, an escocheon did 
hang up, viz. ' or, on a bend gules three mil-rinds argent, in canton 
sinister a crescent sable.' 

(fol. 343 b.) In the isle joyning on the south side of the body 
of the church, antiently called . . ., now Jesus College isle. 

On the south wall (at the upper end) is a verie faire monument 
made up of marble and alabaster, containing the proportion of a woman 
to the middle, holding in her hand a booke : under her is this inscrip- 
tion : — 

Virtuti ac memoriae pientissimae foeminae Annae Lloyd, uxoris Griffithi Lloyd 
peritissimi Legum Doctoris et Coll. Jesu Oxon (cujus et ipsa benefactrix) olim 
Principalis, quae ix annos nupta, vidua xxviii, orba filio bimulo filiaque adulta, 
in pauperes (hie et alibi) vivens moriensque munifica, piis omnibus desiderata, 
matura tandem coelo, lxvii annum agens Julii x foeliciter h vivis excessit 
Festlna 1 VenI CIto DoMIne IesV. 

In Mr. Hutton's copie 2 I find this following to follow : — 

Anna, filia Roberti Berkley armigeri natu maxima, uxor Henrici King, haeres 
et alumna moestissima supremum hoc gratitudinis et pii obsequii monumentum 
consecravit. 

But veiwing the said monument againe, I find no such thing there, 
therfore this must be put out. 

At the bottom of it is this : — 

In memoriam virginis lectissimae Janae, filiae Annae Lloyd, quae in ipso 
aetatis flore, morte immatura praerepta, occubuit. 

VnlVersa 1 Caro graMen aC VenVstas eIVs 
sICVtl ageLLI fLos eXaresCIt. 
vixit annos xvii: obiit Dec. xii. 

Over all these armes : £ sable, a fess between six martletts or.' On 
the right side of the monument these armes: 'argent, a castle triple 
towred sable, the port or/ quartering, i. 1 sable, a chevron between 



1 Wood notes in the margin that the 
letters of this chronogram make 1615. 

1 MS. Rawl. B 397, page 62 ; oppo- 
site on page 63 Wood has written, 1 How 
comes this in here? there is no such 
matter in the monument. 'Tis an 
egregious mistake. And such mistakes 
you have made in severall parts of this 



book, which hath put me to a great 
deal of trouble (and some charg) to 
compare your copie with the originalls, 
supposing that I myself have been mis- 
taken. But you may thank the weak- 
ness of your eyes for this.' 

3 Wood notes in the margin that the 
letters of this chronogram make 1 596. 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 165 



three cronells of a tilt speare argent pointed gules/ 2. 'argent, a bull's 
head couped between three estoyles gules/ 3. is as the first. (Explicit 
fol. 343 b.) 

(A leaf inserted after fol. 343 b.) 
H. S. E. 

Gulielmus Stone, Dorsetensis, LL. Bacc, eruditione, judicio, pietate eximius, 
ingenio vero adeo supra fidem praecoci, ut, juramento suscipiendo nondum 
maturus, gradum Academicum quern abunde meruit differre cogeretur. Egregiam 
hanc adolescentiae solertiam pari profectu ad senectutem usque praestitit, et 
quamprimum per aetatem licuit ecclesiae Winburnensi, loco natalitio, summo cum 
populi desiderio, praeficiebatur. Gliscente jam bello civili, perduellium injuriis 
opportnnus, in exercitum regium se recepit, ubi per multos labores, damna, 
et pericula, officio suo strenue functus est. Succumbente tandem causa optima, 
exteras regiones, insigni prudentiae et doctrinae compendio, peragravit. Post 
felicem Caroli II reditum, Winburnae suae restitutus est, de amplioribus minime 
solicitus. Dein, aetate morbisque ingravescentibus, Oxoniam remigrans requiem 
qualem qualem in Aula Nov. Hosp. praecfectura quaesivit, ubi, diu corpore 
infirmo conflictatus, memoria tamen et judicio ad extremum vegetus, opes egenis, 
animam coelo tradidit x Cal. Jul. 2 a.D. mdclxxxv aetatis lxx. 

M. S. 

Gulielmi Guise, equestri apud Glocestrenses familia orti, e Coll. Oriel in Coll. 
Omn. Anim. asciti, linguarum (praecipue orientalium) peritissimi, critici, *hetoris, 
mathematici, theologi ; in omnibus adeo eximii, ut raro quisquam in singulis ; 
in juventute, ut raro quisquam in senio: quem, ne perfectionis humanae apices 
transiret, (quae sola potuit) mors prohibuit variolis armata, Septemb. 3 an. dom. 
1683 aetatis 30. Filium reliquit Johannem, filiam Franciscam, et Mariam 
posthumam, quae juxta patrem sepulta jacet. 

(On a slip attached to the inserted leaf : — ) 

Sub hoc saxo dormiunt reliquiae Thomae Avant e Coll. Exon., filii Philippi 
Avant de Salcombe Regis in agro Devon, clerici. Obiit 19 die Jun. 1682. 

(Another slip attached to the inserted leaf has these notes about 
defaced stones in S. Michael's Church.) 

St. Michaels c hanc ell. 

An old marble stone lying before the steps on which hath been on 
a brass plate a man in a gowne, inscription over him and under him, 
and a coat of armes at each corner. 

Isle joy?iing to the chancell on the north side. 
Four marble stones with brass inscriptions defaced ; one hath had 
armes theron. On one of the marbles : — 

R. I. K. I. (his wife), 2 Sept. 1646. 

In the east window : — ' azure, a chevron between 3 leopards' faces 
or ' — the leopards' faces seem at a distance to be bezants. 



1 Wood notes : ' he died 22 June.' Founded Stone's almshouses. 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



At the upper end of the wall of the north isle (the matrix 1 for a brass, 
with on each side of it 4 a nech ' (i.e. niche) ' for a statue '). 

In Jesus College isle. 
A marble, with man, woman, and brass gone. 

In the north isle or alley joyning to the body. 
A man and woman with inscription on brass, all defaced. 
In the north isle joyning to that alley, 
are without doubt severall stones under the seats, for 'tis full of 
seats. 

At the lower end of the church. 
M. E. 1644. 

(fol. 344a.) S. Martin's Church 2 . 

In the chancell. 

On a marble table fixt to the wall, in the south east corner, is this 
inscription for the wife of John West the younger : — 

Here adjacent waiteth for a joyfull resurrection the body of Katherine, late 
wife unto John West of Hampton-poyle in this countie, gent. ; daughter and heir 
unto Richard Seaman late of Paynswick in the county of Gloucester, gent., and 
Katherine his wife ; and grand- daughter unto Martin Wright, late alderman of 
this citie. Shee departed this life the first day of January an. dom. 1667, aged 
neare 21 yeares. 

Armes are ' ermine, a bend indented sable ' : impaling, ' gules, 3 
leopards' heads couped argent, langued sable.' 

On an old marble lying on the ground at the high altar is this 
inscription in Saxon letters round the verge : — 

Hie jacet magister 3 . . . de Conyngesbye quondam rector istius ecclesie, cujus 
anime propitietur deus, amen. 

Under another stone defaced was buried Thomas Taylor, rector of 
this church, obiit . . . Oct. 1557. 

Here in this chancell are the graves of the Wrights, citizens of Oxon, 
and of their wives and children, viz. of William Wright, goldsmith, 
somtimes mayor and alderman of this citie, who died the 26 Feb. anno 
1635 ; °f Joane Winter his wife, buried here anno dom. 4 . . . Here is 

1 Wood gives a drawing of this. , seemes to be Philippus? 

2 collated with Matthew Hutton's 4 on a slip attached to fol. 344 a 
copies : MS. Rawl. B 397, pp. 6-8. Wood notes : — ' Joane Wright died 

3 Wood notes in the margin: — 'It about 1616/ 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 167 



also an epitaph engraven upon a marble stone for Martin their son 
(a goldsmith also ; he was buried in or by the grave of Katherine 
Mydhop his somtimes wife who died the first of August 1643), running 
thus : — 

Here enterred resteth the body of that worthy citizen Martin Wright alderman 
and twice mayor of this citie of Oxford. He departed this life May 14 an. dom. 
1664 being of the age of 70 yeares. 

Katherine 1 Medhop, wife of the said Martin Wright (was) 
buried here 3 August 1643; Henry, son of Martin, 8 Nov. 1633. 
Jane, the second wife of Georg Low of Calne in Wilts, gent., 
daughter of the said Martin, was buried here also : she died 4 Sept. 
1655, leaving issue behind her Wright Low, but he died unmarried. 
Mary, another daughter, who died unmarried 3 Oct. 1671 ; shee hath 
an inscription on her grave. Katherine, another, widdow of Richard 
Seaman (mentioned before in the epitaph of her daughter 2 ), who died 
28 April 1680. Anne, another, who died unmarried 16 of Febr. 
1654(1 ) ; she hath an inscription over her grave. 

Jane daughter of Martin Wryght, bapt. April 21, 1623 ; Elizabeth, 
another, March 12, 1624(f). 

Here also was buried Christian, the first wife of William Wright 
(alderman, son of Martin Wright before mentioned), daughter of John 
Smith of St. Aldate's, gent., 26 June 1656. 

Here must follow the epitaph of Richard Croke, son of the recorder, 
see in the foul epitaphs 3 . William 4 Morrell, mayor of Oxon 1678, 
died 24 August 1679. 

Alderman 5 William Wright married to his first wife . . . daughter 
of John Smith, alderman of Oxford, by whome he had one daughter 
named . . . married to Charles Harris. His second wife was daughter 
of Banks of . . . 6 , widdow of Dew of Islip, by whome he had other 
children. 

(Arms 7 : — ) 'argent, six gemells gules, on a chief azure 3 leopards' 
faces or'; impaling 'azure, a cross ingrail'd or between 4 de lize argent ' 
— Banks. 



1 notes on a second slip attached to 
fol. 344 a. 

2 p. 166 supra. 

3 i.e. Wood's rough 4to copy, from 
which he wrote out these folio leaves of 
Wood MS. F 29 a. This ' foul ' copy has 
been destroyed, but some fragments of 
it are found pasted into the present MS. 

* this is a memorandum, without 



reference to St. Martin's church, jotted 
down on a slip here. 

5 notes on a slip attached to fol. 
344a ; but properly (see the reference at 
the end) belonging to the Almanacs. 

6 Wood wrote 4 Islip,' but has under- 
lined it for deletion. 

7 these armes arc given also in trick. 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



He was buried neare his father and grandfather in S. Martin's 
chancell — see afterwards in May 1686 \ 

(tol. 344 b.) In the body of the Church. 

Among severall monuments that are defaced, and their brass most 
sacrilegiously stolen away, must be remembred that which is partly 
lost of that somtimes noted citizen Richard Whittingdon, alderman, 
who dying the 13 of May 1578 was here buried two dayes after by his 
son-in-law Thomas Tatham. His armes that were taken away were 
' a fess between three annulets ' without colours ; and the rebus of his 
name, which is to this day in an house where he formerly lived (in- 
habited now by a fishmonger) neare Quatervois, is a fish called a 
whiting on a tun. Ellenor his widdow was buried here 30 Apr. 1587. 
Thomas Tatham beforementioned M.A. of Lync. Coll. (brother to 
John Tatham afterwards rector of that hous) who married Ursula 
daughter of the said Richard Whittingdon was buried here also in the 
beginning of the yeare 1557 (3 and 4 of Philip and Mary). Here 
also was buried, if I mistake not, the said Ursula, but when I cannot 
tell ; 'twas before 1587. Also Elizabeth 2 , daughter of the said Thomas 
Tatham, wife of William Marten, 16 Aug. 1634. The said William 
Marten 3 also, esquire, somtimes Master of Arts of this University, 
younger brother to Sir Henry Marten, knight, judge of Prerogative 
Court, 11 Sept. 1631; Whittingdon Martin, his infant son, 7 Aug. 
1 587 ; with others of that name. 

(fol. 345 a.) North isle joyning to the chancell. 

On a marble monument in the north wall (under the upper window 
on the north side) are engraven on brass plates a man kneeling, with 
four sons behind him ; from whose mouth on a scroule are these words 
issuing : — 

Sancta Trinitas, unus deus, miserere nobis. 



1 the reference is to his Almanac with 
diary : Wood's Life and Times, iii. 185. 

3 Matthew Hutton, MS. Rawl. B 
397, p. 7, gives the authority for this: — 
' On a brasse on a gravestone in the 
middle ally : — 

Hoc monumenlum pietatis ergo posuit 
Elizabetha, (neptis) Richardi et Elia- 
norae, filia Ursulae praedictae, uxor 
Willelmi Marten mariti charissimi, 
infantis Whittington Marten {mater) 



{qui) una cum primaevo suo Ricardo 
jacet conditus sub hoc tumulo : 1589. 

Over it were the pictures of severall 
with their names : — 
Richard. Whittington Elianora. 

Whittington. 
Anne, Audrey. Marten Alice. Ursula. 

3 Wood has a note in pencil, which 
probably refers to William Marten : — 
' He was omciall to the archdeacon of 
Berks.' 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 169 



Opposit to him is the picture of his wife, with one daughter behind 
her, kneeling, and this on a scroule from her mouth : — 

A morte secunda salvei vie Trinitas Sane ta. 

Above the said pictures is that of God with a crowne on his head 
and our Saviour crucify ed in his armes. On one side of the monu- 
ment 1 is ' quarterlie gules and argent, in the first a lyon passant or/ 
painted on a brass plate, for Bowdyn. On the other side is ' azure, 6 
keys in saltire or, on a cheife gules three dolphins naiant imbowed 
argent/ which are the armes of the corporation of fishmongers. At 
the bottome on one side are ' two keyes in saltire ' and on the other 
side 1 two arrowes in saltire.' The inscription to shew for whome this 
monument was erected (engraven on a brass plate also) having been 
long since taken away, yet I have found out from an obscure note 2 that 
it was for Raffe de Bowdyn and Alyce hys wyffe, but when they died it 
does not appeare there, or as yet elswhere. [Ralph 3 de Bowden was 
bayliff of Oxford, 1506 or 1507; vide Brian Twyne in Catalogo 4 
Maiorum], The said Ralphe was by trade a fishmonger and owner 
of that tenement called the Red Lyon, opposit to the Gild-hall, in the 
windowes of which I have formerlie seen the same armes before men- 
tioned antiently depicted, but whether they are there still I know not. 
They rented also of Merton College Bats Inne, called afterwards the 
Fleur de luce, joyning to the Red Lyon, 1505 and after, I thinke. 

In the window over this monument are the armes of Bowdyn before 
mentioned, with the pictures of him, his wife, the four sons and one 
daughter, all painted to the life, kneeling, with the same inscriptions 
before mentioned comming out of his and her mouth ; but these, since 
my first survey of the monuments and armes in this church, have been 
broken and quite taken away. 

The said monument and window were, as I conceive, set up by 
William Seman, owner of the Red Lyon, who married Maryon, 
daughter (I suppose) of the said Ralph Bowdyn, which William and 
Maryon were here buried in the beginning of Henry VIII, leaving 
behind them a son named John, who married Elizabeth, daughter of 
John Ingram by Alice his wife, which John Seman dying in Sept. (or 
therabouts) anno 1529 (21 Henry VIII) was buried before St. Nicholas 
his altar in All Saints church. In the aforesaid window I remember 
I have seen and noted an old imperfect inscription under the pictures 



1 Wood notes in the margin : — ' vide 
Sheldrake, p. 42.' 

2 see note 6, p. 172. 



3 this sentence is added in pencil in 
the margin and in ink on a slip. 

4 i.e. Wood MS. F 26. 



170 WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 

of Bowdyn, his wife, and children 1 , containing 2 the names 3 of John 

Seman et uxores Maryon et Jone 4 . 

(fol. 345 b.) South isle joyning to the chancell. 

Between the chancell and this isle is an high monument built of 
Burford stone, the foot of which joyneth to the wall that parts the altar 
from the upper end of this isle. About the top of it is an imbossed 
or convext inscription in an old English character running thus: — 

Dne miserere, Dne miserere. 

On the south side of it within an arch curiouslie carved, is the picture 
of a man in a gowne, with four sons behind him kneeling, all 
engraven on a brass plate ; out of whose mouth on a scroule is this 
sculped : — 

Sancta Trim/as, unus deus, miserere nobis. 

Opposit to him is his wife, with six daughters behind her, kneeling, 
and this inscription comming out of her mouth : — 

Sancta virgo virginum, ora pro nobis. 

Behind him are these armes engraven on brass also, viz. ' argent, a 
saltire azure between 4 birds (woodpeckers) proper ' ; and behind her 
' argent, on a fess azure between three men's hearts gules as many 
escallops or.' Under all was an inscription on a brass plate, which 

1 on a slip Wood says : 1 or querie that in the window was written under 
whether the pictures of John Seman, the pictures of Bowdyn, his wife, and 
(his sons), and Maryon and Jone his children . . . Johannes Seman et uxores 
wives.' Hutton describes the window Maryon et Jone. Note that one John 
as having 'a man and woman praying, Seman was mayor 1476, i486 ; occurs 
behind them four children, with a scrole alderman 1490 ; so that I suppose this 
at his mouth Sancta Trinitas, unus deus, cannot be John Seman who died 
miserere nobis' x 5 2 9> tmt rather his father's brother. 

2 ' containing an Orate for,' but the So that the said John may have two 
three last words scored out. wives Maryon and Joane. John Seman, 

3 marginal note, in pencil ; 'see Notes son of William, was ballive 1502 ; see 
from Horsman's office, p. 14/ Brian Twyne Catalogus Ballivorum 

1 a slip, formerly attached to fol. (i.e. Wood MS. F 26), and his wife 
345 a but now to 344 b, says: 'Note was neither Maryon or Joane. 

. . . (Seman) 

I 1 

Will. Seman m. Maryon. John Seman 

I 

John. 

Ralph de Bowden was ballive of Oxon 1507 : vide B. Twyne. 



CHAP. XXXVUL MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 171 



having been long since sacrilegiously taken away, and no memory 
left among posterity to show to whome it once did belong, yet 
through my curious researches 1 I find that the contents showed that 
wee were to 

Pray for the soule of Edward Wodeward somtimes alderman and 
severall times mayor of this towne, as also for the soule of Maud his 
wife : which Edward died xx Octob. anno mcccclxxxxvi 

etc. (i49 6 )- 

The said Edward Wodeward was the owner of the inn called the 
King's Head in this parish (in the windowes of which were not long 
since the armes of him and his wife, before mentioned) ; and having 
severall daughters (besides sons), the yongest of them named Mar- 
garet was married to one William Cogan, son of William Cogan, 
somtimes mayor of Bristow, by his wife the daughter of . . . Vaughan 
of Wales. Which William and Margaret succeeding Edward Wode- 
ward in the said inne, kept it to the time of their death. But the said 
William Cogan dying before her, shee took to her second husband 
Edmund Irysh, alderman of this citie, who, having no issue by her, 
left her a widdow also. The said Margaret was buried here, by her 
father's grave, and neare to those of William Cogan her first husband, 
Agnes Flexney her daughter, and Joane another daughter, in Nov. 
1556. Shee had issue, by her first husband, Thomas Cogan, her son 
and heir; and Agnes beforementioned (who was married to Ralph 
Flexney; afterwards alderman and severall times mayor of this citie) ; 
with others. 

Thomas Cogan beforementioned, who married Alyce, the daughter 
of Richard Carye of Wycombe in Bucks, gent., was buried here also 
30 March 1588; and Alyce his wife, 14 Oct. 1585. 

Edmund Cogan, son of the said Thomas, buried here 5 Aug. 1598; 
with others following, even to the yeare 1643 (i.e. f), at what time 
Thomas Cogan (son of Edmund) was buried here, March 8. Which 
Thomas, a little before, put up this inscription at the top of the west 
end of Edward Wodeward's monument : — 

Thomas Cogan repaired this monument An. Dom. 1642 to the memory of his 
ancestors. 

Over which, engraven in stone, he put his armes, viz. c gules 2 , 3 bay 
or laurell leaves argent.' 



1 in a note of Miles Windsore (?), see 2 substituted for * thre laurell leaves, 
note 6, p. 172. without colours.' 



172 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



But that Thomas having a son 1 named Edmund 2 who was a gold- 
smith 3 in the parish of S. Clement Danes in the suburbs of London 
[sold 4 the said inne and] had by (his) wife . . . , the daughter of . . . 
. . . , one onlie daughter. 

From the said Edward Wodeward was descended one Lionell 
Wodeward of Abendon in Berks (for to his son Lionell the said 
Edward bequeathed in his will xx 11 in money and all his civill and 
canon law books), who having a son named Thomas that lived at 
Filkins alias Filknes neare Bampton in com. Oxon. in the beginning 
of Queen Elizabeth (and) tooke to wife Dorothy, daughter of Thomas 
Hill of Bampton, by whome he had issue Francis, Thomas, Anne — 
living unmarried anno 1574 5 . 

(fol. 346 a.) On the south wall opposite to Wodeward' s monu- 
ment is another, of marble, wheron was the proportion of a man in 
armour kneeling before a table (having a book lying theron) and out 
of his mouth is this issuing in a scroule : — 

In te, Dne, speravi. 

Above it is the picture of God, as before on Bowdyn's monument. 
The inscription under it which was engraven on a brass plate, having 
been time out of mind theeved away, I was forced to consult my 
obscure oracle 6 , who in his notes written anno 1574, I find that the 
effect of it ran thus, viz. that wee were to 

Pray for the soule of Willyam Bulcombe esquyre somtimes mayor 
of the towne of Oxenford, who married Maude the relict of Edward 
Wodeward, alderman of the same place ; which William died the 
4 of October an. 1518, being the 10 yeare of Henry VIII, 

etc. . Armes on it have been these : ' a paire of wings expansed, 
debruised with a fess/ without colours 7 . 

In the north isle joyning to the body of the church is this 
on a marble table fastned to the wall at the upper end : — 



1 a pencil note, almost faded, in the 
margin, says : — ' and severall children 
besides.' 

2 substituted for ' of his owne name.' 

3 substituted for 'jeweller.' 

4 these words are scored out, possibly 
in error ; Wood intending to delete the 
wrong statement which followed, viz. 
' died without issue.' 

5 Wood notes in pencil in margin : — 



' ^ 61 ' i. e. Wood MS. E 5. 

6 this description seems fulfilled by 
Miles Windsore, to some volume of 
whose notes I suppose Wood is referring. 

7 Hutton adds here : — 1 On a piece of 
marble against this wall hard by : — 

Here lyeth the body of Anne Cornish, 
daughter of William Cornish, who de- 
ceased Ap'ill 18 th 1649.' 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 173 



To the memory of 
John D'avenant, father 
Jane Davenant, mother 
John Davenant, brother 



\ 



William Davenant, eldest son 



n of Sir William Davenant. 



Thomas Hallum, brother 
Jane Hallum, sister 



Elizabeth Swift, granddaughter 



Elizabeth Bristow, sister 



Amies are ' semee de cross croslets fitchee 3 escallops.' 

This being put up by a yong poet Charles Davenant, lately gentle- 
man commoner of Balliol Coll., eldest son to Sir William, without any 
time added, I shall therfore tell you that John the father was buried 
here 23 April 1622 ; Jane the mother, 5 of the said month and in 

the same yeare ; John the brother (non occurrit in registro), 

William the eldest son, 12 Dec. 1651 ; Thomas Hallum, vintner, the 
brother in law, 1 Oct. 1636; Jane Hallum, the sister, widdow of 
Thomas Hallum, 27 September 1667 ; Elizabeth Swift, granddaughter 
(viz. daughter of Thomas Swift, clerke, somtimes fellow of Balliol 
College, by Mary, daughter of Sir William Davenant) about 1670 ; 
and Elizabeth Bristow, sister, 11 May 1672, which Elizabeth was first 
married to Gabriel Bridges, somtimes fellow of C. C. Coll. afterwards 
rector of Letcombe Basset in Berks, and then to Richard Bristow, B.D. 
rector of Dudcote or Dedicote neare Wallingford in the same countie 1 
(explicit 2 fol. 346 a). 

(Slip attached to fol. 346 a.) 



In hopes of a joyfull resurrection here lyes interr'd the body of William Bayly, 
alderman, and twice mayor of this citie, who died in the 64 th yeare of his age, 
July the 18, anno dom. 1683. 

Quaere whether this be in Carfax church. 



In the chancell. 
Here is neither monument nor inscription ; for, there being a vault 
underneath, the ground is never opened to receive any dead body. 

In the body of the church. 
At the upper end, on the south wall, is this following, on a marble 
table :— 

1 Wood notes in pencil: — 'See MS. Aubr. 6. See Aubrey's Brief Lives, 
more in Aubrey vol. i. p. 27,' i.e. in i. 204. 

the life of Sir William Davenant in a Fol. 346 b and fol. 347 a are blank. 



S. Martin's Church. 



(fol. 347 b.) S. Peter's in the East. 



174 WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 

M.S. 

Mariae Potter, filiae Sampsonis White, militis, et uxoris Edvardi Potter ex hac 
parochia, generosi, in qua adeo omnia virtutis et religionis ornamenta eluxere ut 
non alio opus est encomio quam voce populi. Desiderari coepit 10 Julii anno 
Dom. 1676, aetatis suae 32. 

On a stone over her grave : — 

Hie sila est Maria uxor Edvardi Potter septem liberis juxta jacentibus stipata. 
Obiit 10 Julii 1676, aet. suae 32. 

Armes on this monument are — ' argent, on a pale azure three paire 
of wings levant of the first, a martlet for a difference or' (Potter), 
impaling 'or, a chevron between 3 falcons gules, within a bordure 
azure charged with bezants ' (White). 

On the said south wall is this inscription on a black marble 
table :— 

Hie jacet (nisi quod ejus supra est) Gulielmus Day, Ricardi Day de Abbots- 
Langley in comitatu Hartford, generosi, Alius : vir bacchante populo, sobriae 
pietatis ; grassante perfidia, subditus fidelis : antiquorum morum cuitor severus, 
in facultate chirurgica quam apud exteros adornaverat arte, cura, et summa in 
pauperes humanitate, plurimos annos Oxonii celeberrimus, qui hydrope extinctus 
diem clausit Septembris xxix salutem expectans sibi partam abinde annis mdclxv 
anno et aetatis suae lxi. 

Tantum ut scires, lector, Nicolaus Stratford, S.T.D., consanguineus et ex asse 
haeres, moerens et memor posuit 

(Arms: — ) 'parted per chevron or and azure, three mullets counter- 
changed/ 

This William Day built the larg inne called the Angell in the parish 
of S. Peter in the East, anno 1662. His widdow, named Anne, died 
24 July anno 1667 and was buried by him: without issue. 

(fol. 348 a.) On another little table, against the same wall, below 
the south dore, is this : — 

In memorie of Mr. Richard Holland, mathematician and teacher of that art, 
who died May the first anno Dom. 1677, aged 81. 

He was a most usefull person in his generation and taught yong 
scholars and others in this University geography and mathematicks 
for the space of neare 50 yeares. He hath written and published 
(1) Notes how to get the angle of the parallax of a comet. Oxon. 
1668 in octavo. (2) Globe notes. Oxon. 1678, in octavo : printed 
thus the second time — with other things, as I conceive. 

Armes on the said monument are ' semie de lize, a lyon rampant' : 
without colours. 

At the west end of the body of the church, on the south side of the 
west dore, is this following on a brass plate fastned to the wall : — 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 175 



In mernoriam optimae spei adolescentis, parentum filii unici, Johannis Freinde, 
YVesterlegiensis in agro Glovern., Aulae S. Edmundi commensalis, qui, grassante 
febris turn passim malo ictus, malorum victor evasit omnium. 

Domini 1672 



Mar. 20, Anno , , 

Aetatis suae 17. 

N. F., pater ejus moestissimus, posuit. 
Verses follow. 

On the north side of the body, against the tower wall, is this : — 

Hie jacet Johannes Bentleius, Eboracensis, novae partis bibliothecae novarumque 
scholarum architectus peritissimus, qui obiit 3 die Decembr. anno Dom. 1615, anno 
aetatis suae 41 : necnon Gratia Bentleia, soror ejus. 

Ad viatorem. 
Si credas lapidi, lapides, lapicida, solebam 

Jungere quadratos, dum mihi vita rait. 
Mortuus in lapidem at vivum commutor, et ingens 

Hoc, lapis electus praestitit ille, bonum. 
Aptatumque suae fabricae me pace locavit, 

Te quoque qui lapis est et lapicida locet. 

The rest is woren away by time. Yet over it are still remaining the 
free-mason's armes, viz. ' sable, on a chevron argent a paire of compasses 
expansed of the first, between 3 castles of the second/ This person 
also built Merton College great quadrangle. 

(fol. 348 b.) Monumeniall inscriptions on the ground of the body of 
the church. 

On a marble stone are fastned brass plates, having engraven on them the 
portraictures of a man and a woman, and this inscription under them : — 

Hie jacet Willelmus Robertson 1 , quondam pincerna Collegii Reginae Oxon, 
et Johanna uxor ejus : qui obiit xx die mensis Junii anno Domini millesimo 
CCCCLXXVUI : cujus animae propitietur deus. Amen. 

Neare to it is a broken marble stone, with this inscription, on a brass 
plate, without any name : — 

Terram terra tegat, demon peccata resumat, 
Mundus res habeat, spiritus astra petat. 



As you be, so was I. Pray you for me. 

For as I am so shall you (be) . . . requiryth Charyte. 

On a marble stone laying neare to the former :— 

Mortalitatis exuvias heic deposuit D. Christopherus Potter, D. Christophert 
Potter S.T.D. Coll. Reg. praepositi filius natu secundus, conjugio nexus, conjugi 
semper charus, vita integer, moribus comis, pietate insignis, qui hanc vitam 
meliore commutavit anno aetatis suae xliii, Aprilis xxvi, A. d. mdclxxviii. 

Armes are ' 3 pair of wings levant on a pale ; ' without colours. 



1 Wood, in the margin, notes ' or Robenson.' 



176 



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On another brasse plate : — 

Hie jacet Johannes Burbryg, cujus anime etc. 

He was a clerk, and died tempore Henrici IV. Vide Catal. Mai., 
1395 ; Twyne XXIII 88. 

On a blew marble : — 

Thomas Killigrew, son to Thomas Killigrew, esq., one of his majestie's gromes 
of the bed-chamber, was borne in Mastrict the 19 of Febr. in the yeare 1657, died 
3 June 1674. 

(Arms : — ) ' a spread eagle with two heads, within a bordure charged 
with roun dells/ impaling ' quarterlie ' : without colours. 

On a white free stone : — 

H. S. I. Robertus Smith Art. Bac. ex aula B. Mariae Magdalenae, Alius Johannis 
Smith de Neebley in agro Glocestrens., armigeri, qui denatus est Octob. 20, anno 
salutis 1672, aetatis suae 21. 

(Arms : — ) ' on a chevron engrailed 3 flour de lize, between 6 crosses 
patee fitchee ' : without colours. 

(fol. 349 a.) On another white free stone : — 

Hie jacet Radulphus Hyde, e celebri familia Norburiensi in com. Cestrensi 
oriundus, et nuper ecclesiarum de Billingsley et Sudbury in com. Salopiae rector. 
Obiit septuagenarius 25 Nov. i66t. 

On a blew marble : — 

Walter, gnatus Williemi Dunch militis quartogenitus, in Academia Oxoniensi 
libere educatus, Juris (illius quae Anglos aequat exteris) apud Glocestrenses digne 
Baccalaureus vixit, dum vixit, fidus charus comis amicis suis, omnibus dedit, se 
vivens Deo, sua moriens propinquis, undecimo Januarii 1648. 

Hie, Waltere, tui quod erat mortale relicto, 
Laetus es in Christo jam sine fine tuo. 

(Arms : — ) 'a chevron between 3 towrs or castles ' : without colours. 
On a white free stone : — 

Johannes Featley, promus Aulae Magdalenae, ex agro Devon, generosus, hie 
obdormescit sub spe gloriosae resurrectionis : qui obiit 7 Junii 1658. Cui a latere 
contigui sunt ejus duo filioli, quorum unus praecessit, alter die proxime sequente 
subsequutus est. 

Aeternitatem cogita. 

On a little white marble : — 
Johannes Walker ex Aula Magd. : obiit 2 Sept. 1671. 

On a fair marble stone : — 

Hie jacet eximiae spei juvenis Daniel Wood, Aulae B. Mariae Magd. alumnus, 
filius Silvani Wood, armigeri, de Brookthorp in agro Glocestrensi, Obiit Maii xviii, 
anno Dom. mdclxx, aetatis suae xix. 



CHAP, XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 177 



Siccine crescenti fit Mains iniquior herbae ? 

Ver solet infestum floribus esse minus : 
Languenti, illudit nunc fallax turpiter, ori ; 

Excipiuntque tuas lilia maesta rosas. 
Vivus quanta uni poterant dare, mortuus idem 

Quanta auferre valent, invida fata, doces. 
Sed quaestus abeant, edoctus singula terris, 

Ut sit quod discas, pergis adire polos. 

Arms : — 1 a chevron ingrailed, between 3 fieur de lize ' ; without 
colours. 

On a little blew marble, this inscription following is engraven on 
a brass plate for Roger Benyon, a glover of this parish : — 

Orate pro animabus Rogeri Benyon et Agnetis uxoris ejus, qui Rogerus obiit 19 
die Septemb. an. 15 14 ; quorum animabus deus propitietur. Amen. 

(fol. 349 b.) On a white free stone : — 

H. S. I. Henricus filius natu minor Henrici Turbervile, gen., de Mill-crome in 
comit. Vigorn., Aul. B. Mar. Magd. (heu parum diu) commensalis alumni dilectis- 
simi. Egregius hie adolescens in ipso aetatis vere (malum tamen) ad sedes coeli 
amoeniores correptus est, amicorum et sodalium lachrymis merito decoratus. 
Obiit 17 Cal. Apr., aet. 18, anno salutis 1670. 

In the isle, or chapple, called , joyning to the 

chancell on the north side. 

On the walls, and particularly on the west wall, is this : — 

Memoriae maximae spei omnibusque virtutibus cumulatissimi juvenis, Godscalci 
ab Alefeld, nobilis Holsati, quern Ethices, Politices, Historiarum, et Jurispru- 
dentiae, Latinae, exterarum aliquot linguarum foeliciter jactis fundamentis, in 
ipsissimo aetatis fiore, ac medio studiorum et peregrinationis cursu, praematura 
(proh dolor) mors A. D. Aug. 7 an. CioiDCXXXV, summo bonorum omnium cum 
luctu intercepit, cineres Angliae reliquit, animam vero beatissimae Angelorum 
patriae transcripsit, positum. 

The armes above it are £ an eagle's wing levant in pale/ impaling, 
1 barry of six argent and gules/ He was embalmed, double coffined, 
and not buried here till the 9 of October the same yeare. After 
which least his reliques should be violated, had a little stone laid 
theiron, and this written on it : — 

Hie requiescit Godscalcus ab Halefeld, nob. Holsat., qui obiit 7 Aug. an. Dom. 
1635. 

On the east wall : — 

Ad tumulum ornatissimi viri Johannis Everie, Magistri in Artibus, Coll. Magd. 
olim socii, Elizabetha Everie quondam uxor ejus, nunc vidua, moerens posuit. 

Ergo petis coelum ? solam me in valle relinqris 
Hac misera? Soli quis feret alter opem? 
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Ni Deus expandat soli tua brachia, vae vae, 
Dulce mori est, sine te vivere triste. Vale, 
(fol. 350 a.) Haec pro te, de te posuit fidissima conjux 
Extremum sanctae pignus amicitiae. 
Anno salutis mdcxix. 
Armes over it are 'or, four chevronells gules.' He was buried 
24 Sept. 1618. 

Under the aforesaid monument is another built of cours marble, 
brest high, having thereon the proportion of a man in his gowne, 
between his two wives, curiouslie engraven on brass plates. And at 
his feet are the proportions also of his five sons and 6 daughters en- 
graven on the same mettall, with this inscription under them : — 

Here lyeth the bodie of Richard Atkinson, late Alderman of Oxon, which hath 
borne the office of the mayraltie five times, and was both justice of the peace and 
quorum, and so departed out of this transytorie lyfe in the faith of Christ, the last 
of May in the yeare of our Lord God mccccclxxiiii, togeather with his late wife 
Agnes Atkinson. 

The said Agnes was buried here on the 18 May anno 1569, and 
on the 3 Sept. the next yeare the said Richard married one Joane 
Barton. 

On the east wall neare to the former is fastned a large brass plate 
wheron are engraven the proportions of a man and a woman kneeling, 
with this epitaph under them : — 

Ricardus Ratcliffe, in medicina Doctor, obiit Jan. 18, an. 1599, sepultus est 
Jan. 21 : aetatis suae 54. 

Quem probitas, virtus, pietas, doctrina, tueri 

Non poterat vivum, vel prohiberi mori 
Conjux chara viro monumentum triste superstes 

Defuncto statuit, constituitque sibi. 

This monument is inclosed with a larg arched fabrick of free stone, 
having within it a long seat built of the same. And therin doth the 
Vicechancellour sit, till he, with the Doctors, are conveyed by the 
bedells to their respective seats to heare the Lent-sermons preached in 
this church every Sunday in the afternoone, during that time. 

On the said east wall, under the arch parting this isle from the 
chancell, is this inscription on a black marble table : — 

M. S. 

Johshua Cross, LL.D., generosa stirpe agro Lincoln, ortus ; fortunae non parcae 
nec ipse parens; vir acri ingenio, judicio solido, memoria tenaci, varia et expedita 
lectione, prudentia in rebus gerendis parum vulgari, vita integerrima ; injuriam 
pati quam facere paratior ; beneficium conferre quam accipere propensior ; moribus 
gratis et sincera fide spectabilis amicus ; fidissimus conjux et amantissimus ; parens 



CHAP. XXX T VII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 179 



provides ; Aulae Magdal. primo alumnus : Col. Lync. post socius et Acad. Procu- 
rator : socius demum Col. Magd. et Phil. Nat. Professor Sid(l)eianus. 

Obiit pleuriticus ix Mail a.d. mdclxxvi, aetat. lxii. 

(Arms : — ) ' . . . - 1 butune argent ' (Cross), impaling ' or, on a cheif 
sable 3 griffins sergreant of the first ' (Knight, of Berks). 

(fol. 350 b.) In the S.W. corner of the said isle is this inscription 

on a brass plate fastned to the wall : — 

Hie jacent exuviae terrestres Johannis Stronge, generosi, senis octogenarii, Aulae 
Cervinae nuper commensalis et quondam ibidem opsonatoris, qui pie in domino 
obdormivit undecimo die Januarii anno Xpiaroyovias 1625. 

Gratia magna fuit, quod tot compleveris annos, 

Quodque tibi tarde contigit esse senem. 
Gratia sed major, quod tot concluseris annos 
Morte pia; foelix mors tibi grande lucrum. 
Exuto senio, jam coelos scande, ubi grata 
Sola juventa viget, nulla senecta premit. 
Piae memoriae et 
gratitudinis ergo 
R.D. moerens po- 
suit. 

Neare to the former, in the said corner, is this : — 

To the memorie of that venerable and most religious matron Mris. Ursula 
Sandys, the relict of Emanuel Sandys of South-Petherton in the countie of Somer- 
set, esq., who died the 7 of July an. 1671, aged 69, and lyes here interred in her 
second son Mr. Samuel Sandys his grave. 

(Arms : — ), 1 or, fess dauncettee between 3 cross crosslets fitchee, 
gules,' impaling ' argent two chevronells azure between 3 martletts 
sable/ which last is boren by the name of Hunt — she being daughter 
of John Hunt of Speckington in Somersetshire, esq., and sister to 
Henry Hunt, somtimes fellow of Magd. Coll. and proctor of this 
Universitie. 

Her son's epitaph, engraven on a white stone laying underneath 

the former monument, runs thus : — 

Depositum Samuelis Sandys ex antiqua et generosa prosapia in agro Somerset, 
orti, quern inter medios amicorum amplexus, ardori, quo erga eos flagrabat, super- 
veniens febris corripuit, eumque ex musarum hospite coelestem reddidit civem 7 0 
iduum Septemb. anno aerae Christianae 1663, aetatis suae 21. Alii diutius, nemo 
melius. Terrae legavit corpus, animam coelis, nomen posteris. 

He was ... of Arts and fellow of Magd. Coll. 

On white stones laying on the ground between the north wall and 
Atkinson ('s) tombe are inscriptions for the children of Dr. James 
Hyde, the King's professor of physick. The 1 is for Henry Hyde, 

1 a line is lost by the tearing off of a slip formerly pasted to the foot of this page. 

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his 3d son, who died 6 Apr. 1670, aged *j months. The 2 is for 
Anne Hyde, his second daughter, who died 21 Jan. 1665, aged 
8 months. 

On a blew marble is this engraven : — 

Saram Walker, focminam marito, egenis, proximis, Deo charam, uxorem Thomae 
Walker, S. T. Doctoris et Magistri Collegii Universitatis, una cum (fol. 351 a) 
tribus filiolis, Lucia, Ricardo, Thoma, sub eodem hoc marmore, intra sesquiannum 
omnes, maritus et pater hoc moerens composuit. 



1640 



vita defunct. 



Thomam Maii 13 
Saram Sept. 10 
Ricardum Jun. 6 » 
Luciam Oct. 6 ) 1 4 1 
Quibus demum appositus est maritus et pater Thomas Walker, qui obiit Dec. vi, 
anno 1665. 

This Sarah, who was the first wife of the said Dr. Thomas Walker, 
was one of the daughters of Dr. John Robinson, archdeacon of 
Nottingham, by Sarah his wife, half-sister of Dr. William Laud, 
somtimes archbishop of Canterbury. 

[On 1 a white free stone, joyning to the former : — 

Here lyeth the body of Thomas Combes of this parish, mercer, who deceased 
the 2d of Sept. 1661, and of Jane his wife, who deceased the 12 of Nov. 1668, and 
of their 5 children, Thomas, Walter, Richard, David, and William. ] 

[On 2 a flat marble stone is this : — 

M.S. 

Jacobi Hyde (filii undecimi Laurentii Hyde de Sarum, equitis aurati), Aulae 
Magdalenensis Principalis, Medicinae Doctoris, et in eadem facultate Professoris 
Regii, qui obiit Maii 7 mo . 

\ Dom. 168 1 
Anno \ . . , 
( Aetatis 04 

Margareta vidua moerens p. 1 

On an old marble stone laying neare the former 3 is an inscription 
in a Saxon character, which being worn out by the treading of people 
remaines only this legible — Hie jacet Magister* .... baccalarius 
Theologie ...... 

On a flat marble stone is this epitaph, engraven on a brass plate 
fastned therunto : — 

Epitaphium Philippi Rondell, Universitatis Oxon Artium Magistri, filii Thomae 
Rondell de Lamerton comitat. Devon, vita foeliciter functi xi Martii an. Dom. 
1598, et aetatis suae 87. 

Ecce Philippus in hoc tumulatur marmore Rondel 
Lustra decern qui olim Cervinae praefuit Aulae 

1 slip attached to fol. 351 a. * Wood has a pencil note, in margin, 

2 slip attached to fol. 350b. 'quaere cat. soc. Coll. Merton.' 

3 i. e. near Sarah Walker's stone. 



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Collegii postquam Rector semel annuus Exon 
Et socius fuerat, multos quibus ille scholares 
Tarn purae exemplo vitae quam dogmate sacro 
Fecit doctrina morum et dulcedine claros, 
Ut non discipulum sed dicas esse Cratippum 
Caecropiae merito quam nobilitantur Athenae. 
Ut vixit sancte, sancte sic mortis adivit 
Limina, cum coeli voluit qui vivere Sanctis. 
Cum quibus esse rogo dubites nil, candide lector, 
Namque fide in Christum sperabat habere salutem. 
Cui simili vita fac sis, et morte secundus, 
Sic, morte invita, fuerit tibi vita perennis. 

(fol. 351b.) In the north isle joyning to the body of the 

CHURCH, COMMONLY CALLED OUR LaDYE's ChAPPELL. 

At the upper end, engraven on a brass plate fixed to the north wall, 
is this epitaph : — 

In obitum Abaelis Wilcox, Magistri in artibus, ex aula divi Edmundi nuper 
studiosi. 

Cui multas artes Pallas Phoebusque dedere, 

Arte tamen nulla vincere fata valet. 
Sed precor in tuta requiescat molliter uma 

Wilcoxus, levior cippus et ossa premat. 

Obiit 28 die Martii anno D. 161 3. 

Below the former, on the said wall, is this written on a black marble 
table :— 

In memorie of the most pious and vertuous gentlewoman Elizabeth, the wife of 
Edmund Dickinson, Doctor in Physicke, who died in childbed the 12 day of 
August, in the yeare of our Lord 1670, in the 21 yeare of her age. 

(Arms : — )' or, a bend ingrailed between two lyons rampant gules,' 
impaling ' paly of 6 argent and azure, on a chief gules a lyon passant 
or/ This last coat belonged to Elizabeth before mentioned, daughter 
of Dr. Stephen Lodington or Luddington, an archdeacon, somtimes 
living at Carlton-Scrop in com. Lyncoln. 

Neare to the former was somtimes an inscription for one Robert 
Parret alias Perot, Bachelaur of Musick of this Universitie, son of 
Georg Perot of Haroldston neare Haverfordwest in Pembrokshire, 
gent., which Robert died 20 Apr. 1550. His first wife was Joane 
. . . . He married Alice Gardiner of the countie of Suffolke, and had 
by her issue, Simon of Magd. Coll., John, Clement, Mr. of Arts and 
fellow of C. C. College, and Leonard : also two daughters Elizabeth 
and Dorothy, who were both married and had issue. The said Alice 
died in the beginning of 1558, and was buried here by her husband. 
By her writing (Reg. Coll. Magd. E. fol. 73) dated 16 Feb. 1 and 2 of 



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Philip and Mary, anno Dom. 1554, she gave an 100/z'. to Magdalen 
College to purchase land worth 5/1. per annum, of which revenew part 
was to be given to an honest preist of the said College to pray for her 
soule, the soule of her husband Robert Parret, and for the soules of 
John Kele, Edmund Kele, Robert Gardiner and Alice his wife, etc., 
in the chappell (as I conceive) of the said College. 

On a tombe of free stone built from the ground close to the north 
wall is a brass plate fastned and hath theron engraven the proportions 
of a man in a gowne, with his wife kneeling, hee having 9 sons behind 
him and shee 10 daughters behind her, in the same posture, with this 
inscription by them : — 

Here resteth the bodies of Simon Parret, gentilman, Master of Arte, late fellow 
of Magdalen Colledge, and twice proctor of the Universitie of Oxforde, and 
Elizabeth his wife doughter of Edward Love of Aenowe in the countie (fol. 352 a) 
of Northampton, esquier, which Simon departed this worlde the xxiiii day of 
September in the yere of our Lord God mccccclxxxiiii and in the yere of his 
age lxxi and Elizabeth departed in childbed the xxiiii day of December in the 
yere of owre Lord God MCCCCCLXXii and in the yeare of her age xlii. 

(Arms : — ) ' gules, three pears pendant, with a mullet for a difference, 
or, on a cheif argent a demy-lyon rampant sable/ impaling ' vert, a lyon 
rampant or, with a cressant on his shoulder gules/ 

On a marble monument fixd to the north wall is this epitaph, 
made by Dr. Langbane of Queen's College : — 

Deo opt. max. et 
memoriae sacrum 
Henrici Smith 

optimae spei adulescentis, filii Rogeri Smith de Edmund-Thorp in comitatu 
Leicestriae, armigeri, Collegii Reginae commensalis, qui dum aestivis horis (animi 
oblectandi, salutis firmandae ergo) Cherwelli fiuenti fidentius quam prudentius se 
committeret nec natandi prorsus rudis nec satis peritus, rapido adversi fluminis 
vortice (proh dolor) absorptus, ingenti sui desiderio moestis parentibus tantum 
relicto ex hujusce tempestae vitae fiuctibus in aeternitatis portum enatavit, A.D. xii 
Kalend. Junii ciddcxl. 

(Arms : — ) ' gules, on a chevron or between 3 besants as many 
crosses patee fitchee sable.' 

(fol. 352 b.) Monuments laying on the ground in our Ladle's 
chappell : — 

On a white marble of a diamond square : — 

H. I. S. Ricardus Mellier, Somersetensis, Aulae Cervinae commensalis, qui 
annos natus 18, obiit Septemb. 24 an. Dom. 1666. 

On another joyning to the former : — 

Petrus Jewkes, ex Aula Cervina, in jure civili Baca, exuvias hie deposuit die 
n mo Sept. 1678. 



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Amies on it are 1 three rooks (or eagles) heads erased ' : without 
colours. He was the son of John Jewkes of Westmi(n)ster, 
gentleman. 

On a plaine stone neare the former is engraven this epitaph : — 

Here lyeth Dr. Rawlinson's two yonger daughters, Elizabeth, who died 
May 2 1 , 1624, and Dorothy, who died Jan. 20, 1629. 

Two little sisters ly under this stone 

Their mothers were two, their father but one. 

At five quarters old departed the yonger 

The eldest lived 9 yeares five dayes and no longer. 

Learne hence, yee yong gallants, to cast away laughter : 

As soone comes the lambe as the sheep to the slaughter. 

On a plaine white stone : — 

H. S. I. Johannes Gounter, Art. mag. ex aula B. M. Magd., filius natu tertius 
Georgii Gounter de Racton in comitatu Sussexiensi, armigeri, qui flagrante apud 
Oxonienses exanthematum lue, suis semper infesta, praematura morte occupatus, 
natura cessit Aug. i m0 anno salutis reparatae 1675 aetatis suae 24 in spe beatae 
resurrectionis. 

(Arms : — ) 1 three gauntlets (or armed hands)' : without colours. 
On another plaine stone : — 

Hie jacet Sara Zouch, filia Ricardi Zouch, LL. professoris, quae vixdum qua- 
driennis infantula cohorti innocentium addita 22 Aug. 1630. 

[On 1 a white marble stone in the north alley or isle of St. Peter's 
church : — 

Here lieth the body of Mris. Sarah Zouch, widow, formerly wife of Dr. Richard 
Zouch, professour of Law in this University of Oxford and Judge of the Admiralty. 
She died in the 83 yeare of her age, 2 2 tb of March, in the yeare of our Lord 1683. 

Resurgam.] 

On another white stone : — 

Hie jacet Gulielmus Whittingham 2 , armigeri filius, LL. Baccalaureus, et Aca- 
demiae Oxon Registrarius, Peccator magnus sed gratia Dei poenitens. qui vilem 
hanc corporis fabricam in terris recondit, gloriosam expectans mutationem cum 
venerit salvator suus in coehs ad judicium. Obiit 25 Januarii An. Dom. 1659. 

The armes upon this stone are 'a lyon rampant (fol. 353a) 
debruised with a fess/ impaling 'a bend gobony between two roundells' : 
both without colours : which last coat was boren by Catherine daughter 
of Lewis Jacqueine and the heir of Gouteron, lord of Ingrue and 
Turvyle neare the city of Orleance in France : which Catherine, 
William Whittingham, somtimes Deane of Durham (from whom this 

1 on a slip now attached to fol. 353a. 2 Wood notes in the margin, 'filius 

Wood changes the date' to ' i68f,' and Timothei Whittingham de Homside in 

notes of the inscription that 1 This is com. Ebor., arm.' 
Dr. Say's handwriting.' 



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William was descended, being bis great grandson) took to wife in his 
travells into France. 

Neare to the former are 3 white marbles of a diamond square, under 
which lay three children of Dr. Henry Wilkinson, somtimes Principall 
of Magdalen Hall. The first is for Elizabeth (by his first wife 
Elizabeth Gifford), who died 16 March 1653. The second for Mary 
(by Anne, his 2nd wife), who died 13 May 1662, aged three yeares 
and two months. And the third for James (by the said Anne), who 
died 18 Nov, 1660. On the first are the armes of Wilkinson, im- 
palyng ' three lozenges ermine in fess ' (Gifford of Halsbury in 
Devon), and on the other two are the armes of Wilkinson also, 
impaling 'two mullets on a cheife' quartering 'barry of six and 
a bend over/ all without colours. 

Upon another little marble : — 

Hie jacet Robertus Okell, Cestriensis, Aul. Magd. commensalis. Obiit Jan. 2, 
aetat. 20, an. 1648. 

(Fol. 353 b, and 354 a and b are blank. Some slips are inserted 
between 353 b and 354 a, which may be given here.) 

Buried in S. Peter East. 

Joane, wife of Edward Napier, somtimes the widdow of William 
Clare the elder of Halywell neare Oxon, buried here 1545. 

Edward Napier of Halywell, gent., a yonger son of James Napier 
of Sweire in com. Dorset, and he the 2d son of Sir Alex. Napier, 
knight, the son of Archb. Napier the son of Sir John Napier alias 
Lenox of Markeston and Rosky in Scotland, which Edward Napier 
was buried here under the upper window 1558, ult. reg. Mariae. 
After his 1 wife was dead, he married, and she — vide Huckle inter 
Collect. Coll. Mert. and in Cat. Stewards (?). See Allsouls bene- 
factors. (See Wood's Life and Times, i. 192.) 

Here must come in the armes and inscriptions in the windowes 
of this ile, as in the former ile. Vide Lee's book and my notes. 
Then Knap's epitaph. 

On a white stone : — 

Here lyeth interred in hopes of a resurrection to glory the body of Henry Knapp, 
M. of A. and only son of Henry Knapp of Rawlin in the parish of S. S. in this 
county, esq., and of Hester his wife, daughter of Sir Edward Clark of Ardington 
in the countie of Berks, knight, which said Henry departed this life the 18 day of 
Jan. and in the 23 yeare of his age Anno Dom. 1664. 

(Arms: — ) Knap and Clerk. 



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Note that in the south window of the chapel joyning to S. Peter's 
chancel are 

1. an escocheon containing (?) the emblemes of Christ's crucifixion. 

2. a scotheon containing the emblem of the holy Trinity. 

3. argent, St. George's cross, gules. 
Set up by Vincent Wvkyng. 

(4.) or, 3 torteux gules, a file of 3 sable each charged with plates 
— Richard Courtney, cancellarius Oxon, vide Oxon notes p. 85, vide 
ibid. p. 95 \ 

S. Peter's East. 

H. 2 S. E. Aurelius Cox. clerici filius et aulae S. Edm. scholaris, qui obiit die 
22 Julii 16S1. 

Aetatis suae 22. 

Aula 8 Magd. — ' Gul. Whittingham, Ebor., filius 2 Timoth. Wh. de 
Homsid. in com. praedict. anno aet. 18, 1632.' 

Note that Tim. Whittingham was son of deane Whittingham, but 
quaere whether there was not 2 Tims. 

'J. W. 1648 ' : next to Dr. Walker's stone. 

The initial] letters must be noted : with the help of my notes from 
(the church) register. Quaere also foul copie : quaere Lee's col- 
lections. It cannot be done without the help of Liber Matriculae and 
Catalogus Inceptorum. 

(Slips inserted after fol. 354b.) 

H. 4 S. I. Robertus Smith, Art. Bacc. ex Aula B. M. Magdalenae, filius Job.. 
Smith de Neebly in Agro Glocestrensi, armigeri, qui denatus est Octobr. 20. 
Ann o I Salutis reparatae, 1672 
( Aetatis suae 21. 

one a white stone in St. Peter in the East. 
M.S. 

Viri eruditi, benefici, pii, bonis omnibus, et Deo, chari, Petri Eliot M.D. qui 
equestr. Eliotorum Surriens. familia oriundus, Tavistockiae Devon, natus, Oxoniae 
enutritus est: C.C.C. et totius Academiae decus. Saeviente bello civili, armis 



1 on the back of one of the slips are 
the notes : — (1) '(Rich.) Crook, son and 
heir apparent of Rich. Crook, recorder 
of Oxon, died Jan. 12, 1671 : buried in 
Carfax Church.' (2) 'Richard Croke, 
son of Richard Croke, esq., recorder, 
and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of 
Martin W right.' (3) ' quaere when 
Collier's wife was buried.' 

2 th.s inscription is not in Wood's 



hand. 

3 an excerpt from the matriculation 
register. 

4 Wood notes that he had this from 
'Mr. Bird,' the stone-cutter, whose 
writing it is : that the copy is ' correct ' : 
and that the arms are 'on a chevron 
engrailed 3 de liz between 6 crosses 
fitchee patee.' Given also sufra, p. 176. 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



cmicuit, in exercitu Reg. Cnr. I praefectus, et, rcsumpta demum toga, pacis artibus 
patriae saluti usque consulebat, donee morti, quam saepius aliis protelaverat, 
plaeide cesserit ipse decedentium stator, ad coelcstem vitam evocatus, V die Mart- 
anno aetatis suae LXin salutis humanae Mdclxxxt. 

Vidua moerens posuit. 

<fol. 355 a.) Holywell or St. Cross 1 . 

In the chancell. 

Here, at the upper end, lye buried severall of the family of the 
Napiers, who lived in the mannour house neare to the church on the 
north side. But the first of them that lived there, named Edward 
Napier, somtimes fellow of Allsoules, was not buried in this church, 
but in that of S. Peter in the East as I conceive. 

William Napier, son and heire of the said Edward Napier, by his 
second wife Anne, daughter of John Peto of Chesterton in Warwick- 
shire, esq., was buried here 2 Feb. 162-I-: 

Elizabeth, wife of William Napier, 7 July 1584 : 

Thomisina, daughter of Will. Napier and Elizabeth his wife, 
26 Aug. 1583. 

Edmund Napier, son and heire of William Napier, who hath this 
epitaph engraven on a white marble of a diamond square, at the high 
altar : — 

Here lyeth the body of Edmund Napier, esq., who deceased the 26 Febr. 
an. Dom. 1654, a g e( l 75- 

Joyce, the wife of Edmund Napier, buried 12 July 1643, sister of 
Edward Wakeman of Beckford in Glocestershire. 

William, son of Edmund Napier, 1 Sept. 16 10; Georg, son of 
Edmund Napier, 7 March 161 9; Elizabeth, daughter of Edmund 
Napier, 1 Aug. 1622 ; Edward Napier, son and heire of Edmund 
Napier, 12 July 1643. 

On the south side of the chancell, at the upper end, is this on 
a black marble table fastned to the wall : — 
Memoriae Sacrum 

Georgii Napier de Holywell, armigeri, Edmundi Napier filii, et Gulielmi Napier 
nepotis, qui diem supremum obiit Septembris quarto an. Dom. 1671 et aetatis suae 
quinquagesimo quarto hie obdormiscit. Tres filiae scil. Margareta, Maria, Fran- 
cisca, ex Margareta conjuge, quas moriens reliquit haeredes, hoc qualecunque 
monumentum posuerunt, per solennia haec pietatis et amoris sic contentae paren- 
tare, affectui magno non aliter satisfacturae. 

In eodem tumulo sepulta jacet piissima domina Margareta 2 , Georgii Napier, 

1 Wood's heading, in faded pencil. ter and heir of John Arden of Kirtling- 

2 Wood notes in the margin, 4 daugh- ton in Oxfordshire, esq.' 



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armigeri, amantissima conjux, quae debitum mortalitatis persolvit 24 Aprilis an. 
Dom. 1675 aetatis suae 64. 

Armes on this monument are ' argent, a saltire between 4 roses 
gules,' impaling 1 ermine, a fess checquy or and azure,' which last is 
boren by the antient and gentile name of Arden. Crest is an arme 
proper (in 1 a) close sleeve gules li(ned) argent holding a . . . 

Margaret, the eldest daughter of the said Georg Napier, was 
married to Henry Nevile of Holt in Leicestershire, esq. : Mary, the 
second, died a maid 29 (fol. 355 b) May 1672, aged 21, and was 
buried by her father : and Fraunces the yongest was married to . . . 
Winter. 

On a black marble, lying at the upper end, neare the north wall: — 

Depositum Johannis Snell, Scoto-Britanni, armigeri, qui obiit vi die Augusti 
anno aetatis 50 salutis 1679. 

Armes are ' quarterly or and gules, a cross patonce counter- 
changed.' 

This John Snell, the son of Andrew Snell and Margaret his wife 
(daughter of John Carnahan), was borne in the parish of Comonnell 
in Carrick in the sherivedome of Aire in Scotland; bred in the 
Universitie of Glasgow under the care of Mr. James Darumpley, 
professor of philosophic; came into England in the time of Oliver 
Cromwell in a verie meane condition, and, in his journey through 
Lancashire, calling at the house of the lady Houghton at Walton 
neare Houghton tower (one of the daughters of Sir Roger Aston 
a Scotchman, who was first king James his barber and afterwards 
master of the robes) told the person that came to the dore to give 
him an answer, that ' he was a poore Scotchman and a scholar, and 
hearing that a gude lady, his country-woman, lived there, he took the 
boldness to make himself knowne to her, and to crave some employ- 
ment in her service,' etc. Whereupon after the lady had discoursed 
with him, shee appointed him to keep the accompts, wait upon her, 
and to say prayers in the family. After he had continued there about 
an yeare he upon the recommendations of the lady Calverly (daughter 
to the said lady Houghton) was taken into the service of Sir Orlando 
Bridgman, who having much chamber-practice, (Snell) did write 
severall conveyances for him and was so diligent a servant to him, 
and to his lady, that when ever the said knight was afflicted with the 
gout, he was the onlie person who was trusted to attend him. At the 
king's restauration when Sir Orlando was made Lord Cheif Baron of 



1 the margin is mutilated. 



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the Exchecquer, Snell was made the crier of that court ; in which 
office he continued after Sir Orlando was made Lord Cheif Justice 
of the Common Pleas ; and when he was made Lord Keeper, he was 
(at the instance of John, duke of Lauderdale) employed to be the 
seal-bearer. Being thus in esteem he was employed somtimes into 
Scotland for the duke of Monmouth, and bore the great seal while the 
earl of Shaftsbury was Chancellour. He married a servant maid in 
the family of Sir Orlando, named Joane, daughter of Vincent 
Coventrie, rector of Begbrooke neare Woodstock in Oxfordshire 
(sister to the wife of Benjamin Cooper, registrarie of the Universitie, 
in whose house, in Holywell, Snell died), by whome he left issue one 
only daughter, named Dorothie. At the time of his death he 
bequeathed his mannour of Uffeton alias Olufeton alias Ulveton 
(fol. 356 a) in Warwickshire, worth about 450/2'. per annum, to be 
employed (after certaine yeares spent and moneys paid thence for 
the use of his wife and daughter) for the maintenance of certaine 
Scotch scholars in such College or hall that the Vice-chancellour 
of Oxon, Provost of Queen's College, Master of Balliol College, 
and the President of St. John's, for the time being, shall think fit. 
Their number not to be above 12, or under 5 ; to be chosen from 
Glasgow college (from which universitie he received a diploma to be 
Master of Arts, anno 1662) from the number of such that had spent 
3 yeares (or 2 at the least) there, or one or two in some other college 
in Scotland, etc. They are to enjoy the said exhibition about 10 or 
1 1 yeares, and then they are to returne into their owne native country, 
to get preferment there. 

In the middle of the chancell is this engraven on a brass plate 

fastned to a blew marble : — 

Hie jacent Agnes Hopper, Thomae Hopperi medici, Coll. Novi quondam socii, 
conjux, quae obiit 30 die Octobris anno MDCXXV et Jana filia ejus quae obiit die 
25 Junii an. Dom. mdcxxv. H. M. P. P. Robertus Hopper Alius. 

Over this inscription are the pictures of two women engraven, 
praying before two tables, on each of which is a book open. 

In the east window is ' or, 3 cheveronells gules ' (Clare) : and in the 
north window is this — 

Or ale pro Simone (Molland, quaere) . . . et Antelina uxore ejus. 

In the body of the church. 
On a white marble of a diamond square : — 

Here lyeth the body of Samuel Clarke, esquire bedell of Law in this University, 
right famous for orientall learning. He died 27 Decemb. 1669, aged 44. 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 189 



On a white plaine stone : — 

Here lyeth the body of John Smith of this parish who was servant 40 yeares to 
the Lord Pembroke l . He gave 5 U. to the poore of this parish and dyed July 7 
an. Dom. 16S0 aged 95 yeares. 

On another towards the lower end : — 

2S Dec. 1642. Here is interred Mary, late wife of Robert Boune, esq., and 
daughter of Thomas Astley in the county of Stafford, esq. 

The said Robert Boune, who was Deputy Recorder of Oxon, was 
buried here about 1653, leaving one only daughter behind him named 
Margaret 2 who was married to Oliver Smith, of S. Aldate's parish, 
son of Thomas Smith, alderman (fol. 356 b) of the citie of Oxford. 

Engraven on the common pavement : — 
John Forster, LL. Bac. 3 Apr. 1584. 

Mr. Hugh Davys, . . . Oct. 1610 and Katherine his wife 27 June 1591. 

Mark Vandykell, an outlander, 5 July 1597. 

Edwardus Grey, generosus et peregrinus, 12 Jan. i6i|. 

Magdalen, daughter of Mr. Thomas de la Hay of Holywell, 23 Mar. 162$. 

Captaine Francis Wright, 28 Oct. 1642. 

Thomas Cheyney of Sondon in Bedfordshire, esq., I Apr. 1643. 
. . . Carre, a captaine, 26 Aug. 1643. 
Major Henry Ventris buried in the chancell 4 Oct. 1645. 
Nicholas Day of St. Giles parish, owner of Halywell mills, 1577. 

(Chapel.) 

On the south side of the body is a chapell standing, which seems to 
have been built when the present fabrick of the church was erected, 
but by whom the said chappell was built I find not as yet. There is 
a neech at the east end of it, wherin hath stood the picture of the Virgin 
Mary 3 (in stone), to which it was dedicated, but taken downe at the 
reformation of religion. On the south side of it, towards the lower 
end, hath been a larg brass plate, fixt to the wall, whether for the 
founder of it, or some other person that was buried there, I know not. 
It hath been taken away time out of mind, and therefore I cannot 
imagine for whom it was set up, unless for Andrew Browning, buried 
there, or in the body, in May 1551. 

Against the south wall, at the upper end of this little chappell is 
a brass plate fixed whereon is the picture of a woman lying in childbed. 
At the 4 corners of the bed are the pictures of 4 infants in swaddling 
clouts, by whom is written 

0/ such is the kingdom of God. 

1 Wood notes, in margin, ' Will, and doubtful. 

Philip, earls of Pembroke.' 3 ' Virgin Mary ' substituted for * that 

2 'Margaret' is in pencil only, as saint.' 



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Out of the woman's mouth comes this : — 
Thy will be done. 

Under all is this engraven : — 

Here lyeth Elizabeth Franklin, third wife of Mr. Thomas Franklin l , who 
dangerously escaped death at three severall travells in childbed, died togeather 
with the fourth July 31, aet. 35, an. 1622. 

If heaven's inheritors on earth be tryde 
That thou art one of them thou need'st not feare 
What thou enduredst these dead have testifyde 
And thus being tryde a crowne deserv'st to weare. 
Let then thy husband's children cease their woe 
Thou left'st them only to thine owne to goe. 

(Chancel.) 

[Elizabeth 2 Coventry dyed Septemb. 24, anno Dom. 1664. 
She was the widdow of Vincent Coventry, rector of Begbroke com. 
Oxon. 

Charles the sonne of Benjamin Cooper, dyed Aprill 18 A. D. 1663. 
Halywell chancel.] 

(Tower.) 

(fol. 357 a.) The tower or campanile, at the west end of the 
body of the church, was built by Dr. Henry Sever, Warden of Merton 
College, about 1464. 

In the churchyard. 

On a piece of marble fixed to a raised stone-monument neare to the 
church dore, is this : — 

In memoriam Thomae Holt, Eborac, Scholarum nublicarum architecti, qui 
obiit Sept. 9, an. Dom. 1624. 

Mirare foelix umbra felices domos 
Et mira tandem cernis aetemi fabri 
Laqueata tecta, ubi non recisas Africa 
Magno paratas suspicis sumptu trabes 
Ebore lacunar nec suburbit Indico 
hie videmus omnia. 
Olim arte avita regiis palatiis 
Vestrae haec (beate pulvis) aptarunt manus 
Sed tecta tantae gloriae quod jam colis ? 
Cum struere tua diffideret mortalitas 

1 Wood notes in the margin, 'The 2 slip at fol. 357a. The two entries 
keeper of the inne called the King's are not in Wood's hand. 
Amies in Halywell.' 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 191 



Recte excolebas semper ad amussim omnia 
Erasque colere tit posse fortuna faber 
Hoc amoris ergo posuit monumentum 
Margareta chara conjux. 

Farther in the churchyard on a white planke of stone, laying over 
a grave, is this epitaph made by Mr. Henry Hickman of Magd. Coll. 

Here lyeth the body of Elizabeth Hampton, who deceased the 30 of March 
anno 1661. 

Heaven's Hampton-court : heer's but a cell 

Where putrid bones, ashes, and wormes do dwell. 

This sacred maid, deaf to the taking charmes 

Of all ignoble love, immortall armes 

Are now embracing; and have made, since death, 

Another virgin queen Elizabeth. 

Shee needs not us, but dearly miss shall wee 

Our shee-professor of Divinity. 

Shee was a little old crooked maid, and had conventicles in her 
house in this parish, once or twice in a week, wherin somtimes she 
spake, but mostly her customers of Magd. and Wadham College. 
(Explicit fol. 357a: 357b is blank.) 

(S. Giles Church.) 
(fol. 378 a.) In S. Giles' Church, Oxon. 

Johannes Lucas, in agro Hantoniensi natus, ab antiqua ec nobili familia Luca- 
siorum oriundus. In Collegiis Wicchamicis adolevit, alumnus in Vintoniensi, in 
Oxoniensi socius. Grassante per patriam bello civili, saeviente in Academia ferali 
ostracismo, iniquitati temporum cessit, et in suburbio inter musas abdicatus con- 
senuit. Vir si quis alius, inter varias rerum et fortunae vicissitudines regi, ecclesiae, 
et sibi constans. Animo, in re modica, magno et munifico, solius innocentiae 
tenax, jucunda et facili consuetudine, amicis charus, nemini molestus aut gravis, 
eximias animi dotes, insignissima qua vixit modestia, taceri voluit, celare non 
potuit. Obiit anno aetatis Lxxvi, domini MDCLXXXI. 

(Arms : — ) ' fess, between 6 annulets/ without colours. This John 
Lucas, M.A., (whom I well knew) was borne at Froyle in Hampshire, 
but whether descended from those of his name living in Suffolke or 
Essex, I know not. He was made perpetual fellow of New College 
1628; left it by resignation when the visitation of the University of 
Oxon was made by authority of parliament anno 1648. Whereupon 
receeding to an obscure village neare Oxon called Cassington, for the 
sake of Mr. Richard Sherlock, curate of that place, lived retiredly 
there for several yeares. At length upon the coming in of King 
Charles II anno 1660, the restored members of New College invited 
him to take his fellowship againe, but refused, because he had lawfully 



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resign'd it without any force put upon him. About that time he 
setled in the stonehouse on the north side of S. Giles' Church, where 
he continued as a sojournour in a most retired and lonely condition 
to the time of his death, which hapned 27 Aug. 1681. The aforesaid 
monument and epitaph were put over his grave by his nephew Sir 
Thomas Millington, Doctor of Physick. 

(fol. 378 b.) (Church not given.) 

In hope of a happy resurrection here lies the bodie of Hugh Ellys, who died 
December 26, 1684, aged 63 yeares. As also the bodie of Thomas Ellys, who 
departed this life March 12, 1680, aged 20 yeares. 

Here also lyeth the body of Mary Ellys, wife of Hugh Ellys, aged 67 yeares, 
who dyed the 12 of Febr. 1685. 

(Slips on fol. 378: Church not given.) 

In hope of a happy resurrection here lyes the body of Mr. Anthony Kearsley \ 
who departed this life August the 22 in the yeare 1680, being aged 57 yeares. 

He was bac. of Arts of Ball. Coll. and yeoman bedell of ... . 



Sam. Ludington 2 , aet. 16, 1664, Alius Samuelis Ludington de 
Bracebridge, Lync. arm. 

1 3 think this was for James Prideaux, Art. Mag., buried July 6, 
1626. 

(Wood's MS. probably contained his copies of inscriptions in the 
other churches of Oxford, viz. S. Ebbe's, S. Thomas', S. Peter-le-Baily, 
S. Giles' ; see Wood's Life and Times, i. 209. But these seem now 
to be missing. The loss is here partly supplied by the copies of old 
inscriptions made by Matthew Hutton, MS. Rawl. B. 397.) 

St. Ebbe's church 4 . 

In the chancell, on a brasse affixed to a grave stone, this in- 
scription : — 

Orate pro ala magistri Richardi Emlay, in utroque jure Baccalaurei, quondam 
rectoris istius Ecclesiae, et Principalis aulae bovinae, qui obiit xxvii die Martii 
A. Dni. mccccxxxv : cujus animae propitietur deus, Amen. 

In a chappell on the north side of the chancell, a great table against 
the north wall : thereon, ' blue, on a crosse argent, between 4 falcons 

1 Anthony ' Carslegh ' ; Wood's Life 3 a memorandum about some stone 
and Times, ii. 494. with the letters J. P. on it. 

2 an excerpt from the matriculation- * from Matthew Hutton's notes : MS. 
register. Rawl. B 397, fol. 69, 70. 



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proper, a fret blue, between 4 lozenges gules, in each quarter of the 
crosse 2 points of ermine,' impaling, ' ermine, 3 poleaxes sable,' with 
mantling, and crest, which is ' a hind's head proper issuing out of 
a crowne or.' Under it, this : — 

Here lyeth the body of M" Mar)' White, the wife of M r John White of 
Staunton S 1 John in the County of Oxon, daughter unto Thomas Wickes, esq., 
alderman of the city of Oxon, who departed this life, June 30, 1658. 

On a brasse in the south ile, on the ground, the picture of a man 
and his wife, a scrole issuing out of their mouths, the inscription 
pulld of. 

On a brasse affixed to a pillar in this ile, the picture of a man 
kneeling with foure children behind him, & the picture of a woman 
(behind her likewise four children). Out of his mouth, a scrole ; 
theron [Sanc/a Trinitas deus meus] ; on one at her mouth [miserere 
mei\ At his head, an escotcheon ; thereon a cock. 

In a north window of the church : — 

1 Sable, 2 bends argent, a border gules of hurtes ; ' 

' Sable, 2 bends argent, a canton gules ; ' 

1 Sable, 3 bends argent, a canton gules ; ' 

'Argent, 2 bends sable.' 

St. Thomas' Church 1 . 

Against the north wall of the body of the church, a marble 
monument, with this inscription : — 

Johannes Stephens, filius secundo genitus Edvardi Stephens de Sadbury parva in 
comitatu Glocestrensi armigeri, adolescens magni ingenii et, praeter solitum 
juvenilis aetatis studium, pietate et bonarum literarum scientia ornatus, obiit 
Aprifl. 8, anno aetatis vicessimo secundo, Anno Dni. 1643. 

Malae aetatis invidia decidit juventutis flos. Virescit tamen vulnere virtus. 
Christus resurrectio et vita. 

Over all his armes : — ' parted per chevron blue and argent, in cheife 
2 falcons sergreant, or,' quartering, 1 sable, a fesse between 3 wolves 
passant, or.' 

Against the north wall of the chancell, this : — 

I being seventy & four year of age departed 
this life the 22 day of June 1578, the xx th 
year of Queen Elizabeth. 
Enclosed here doth William Tylkok lye, 
Whose just deserts did cause be chosen Mayre 
Four sundry times, but now constraind to dye, 
Of earth compos' d to earth he makes repayre. 
This world therefore as vaine and fraile dispise, 
Immortall blisse thinke, hope, to win devise. 

1 From Matthew Hutton's notes, MS. Rawl. B 397, fol. f, 2. 

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Armes in the east window of the chancell : — 1 blue, a lyon rampant, 
or ' — twice ; 1 gules, 2 lyons passant gardant, or.' 

Over the porch doore : — ' on a fesse between 3 talbots heads 
rased, a cressant : ' this was made for M r Robert Burton, B.D., of 
Christ church, who was Parson here. 

St. Peter's in the Bayly 1 . 

On a marble monument against the wall in the chancell, this 
inscription : — 

M.S. 

Margaret Rawlyns, the wife of Tho. Rawlyns, esq., who dyed the 28 Januar. 
1645. 

Hurt by her husband's sword but not his will, 
Undone by that which did defend her still, 
Unhappy fate this envious course had found, 
To take the steel from him, from chance the wound : 
Death had designes on both, her hence she bears 
In streams of blood, & him in streams of teares : 
And those designes succeed in this sad troth, 
Though one survive, yet she hath slain them both. 

Over all his armes, viz. : — ' three swords in pale, barre*, on a canton 
a rose/ 

On a brasse plate, on a gravestone in the south side of the 
chancell : — 

Hie jacet Petrus le Panter, quondam Burgensis Oxon, cujus animae propitietur 
dominus. 

Over it the picture of a man, with hands erected. 
On another, nigh to this, the picture of a man with hands erect, but 
without inscription. 

Upon a brasse plate, on a gravestone in the chancell : — 

Hie jacet Willelmus Parker, in utroque jure Baccalaureus, qui obiit xi die 
mensis Julii A. Dni. mv c x° ; cujus aiae propitietur deus. Amen. 

In the chancell, a raised stone monument without either armes or 
inscription. 

On a table hanging up in the south ile : — 

Hereunder lyeth the body of Thomas Scudamore, son to John Scudamore esq. 
of Ceinchurcb in Herefordshire, who departed this life the 9 th of August, in the 
28 th year of his age, 1647. 

Over it his armes : — 1 gules, three stirropps leathred, or : ' the crest, 
' a beare's paw sable, issuing out- of a crowne or ; ■ his motto is Scuto 
amoris divini. 

1 From Matthew Hutton's notes, MS. Rawl. B 397, fol. 3-5. 



CHAP. XXXVIIL MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 195 



Upon the wainscot of the roofe over the communion table, New 
Colledge amies depicted. 

In the body of the church, on a brasse affixed to a gravestone, the 
picture of a man & his wife : under them this inscription : — 

Hie jacet YVillelmus le Laighburgh, alio nomine dictus Northerne, civis Oxoniae, 
qui fuit Major ejusdem villae tempore coronationis regis Richardi secundi, et obiit 
Anno Dni mccclxxxiii in die nativitatis virginis gloriosae ; et cum eo jacet 
Margareta uxor sua : quorum animabus propitietur deus, Amen. 

Near to the last, on the like stone, the picture of a man with 
a scrole at his mouth, thereon Miserere met deus. Under all this 
inscription : — 

Hie jacet Johannes Otworthe, quondam Ballivus Oxon., qui obiit xvi die mensis 
Aprilis, A 0 . Dni MCCCCXIX : cujus aiae propitietur deus. 

Next to this, the like stone: theron the picture of a man & his 
wife, his feet standing upon a dog couchant ; at his mouth a scrole, 
thereon Credo quod redemptor meus vivit : at her mouth another, theron 
et in came mea videbo 

Under all, this inscription : — 

Hie jacet Johannes Sprunt, quondam Major Oxon., qui obiit xvi; die mensis Julii 
A 0 . Dni miflo ccccxix, et Alicia uxor ejus, quorum afabus propitietur deus. 

In the chancell on a marble gravestone this inscription about the 

verge in Saxon characters : — 

Willelmus de Adrestone quondam 



St. Giles' 1 . 

In the upper end of the north ile, against the east wall thereof, an 
alabaster monument : thereon the proportion of a man & his wife 
kneeling before a table with their three children. Over them this 
inscription : — 

Felici memoriae Henrici Bosworth, hujus urbis nuper Senatoris superioris ordinis, 
qui annum agens 55, tandem post tres liberos natos, et duos eorum hoc in templo 
sepultos, 30 die Jan. anno dom. 1633 vitam fragilem finivit in terris, ut beatior 
aeternam viveret in coelis. Hoc monumentum Alicia vidua ipsius adhuc superstes 
moerens posuit anno dom. 1635. 

Under all, these verses : — 

Parum viator reprimas gradus tuos, 
Et huic sepulchro lumina uda conjice. 
Situs qui intra, qualibusque moribus, 
Novisse gestis? Parius hie narrat lapis. 
Pius, benignus, providens, amans fuit 

1 From Matthew Hutton's notes, MS. Rawl. 397, fol. 49, 50. 

0 2 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Deo, propinquo, liberis, et conjugi : 
Amicus, hostis, justus, expansa manu, 
Probi, improbi, negotiis, et pauperi. 
Ita est moratus, prole qui cum duplici 
Hac sacra in urna dormiens reconditur. 

On a brasse plate, on a gravestone in the south ile : — 

Thomae Ascombo, 

Lifordae in comitatu Berks, honesta familia nato, viro benemerito, optimo, pio, qui 
quidem post novem annorum foelix faustumque conjugium, quinque susceptis 
liberis, duobus relictis filiis, obiit Oxoniae magno omnium desiderio, decimo die 
Martii, anno redemtionis nostrae 1591, aetatis suae quadragesimo quarto, exiguum 
hoc sacrae sempiternae memoriae monumentum, MARIA vidua moerens posuit. 



Nescit multa dolor, carmen tibi sufficit unum, 
O mihi post multos deflende marite maritos. 

A raised monument of stone by the pulpit, upon a great marble 
thereon in brasse the picture of a man and his wife with hands erect. 
Under them : — 

Hie jacet Walterus Barow et Johanna uxor ejus, qui quidem Walterus obiit 
[blank x ] die mensis [blank] anno domini millesimo cccc [blank] quorum animabus 
propitietur deus. Amen. 

In the church yard, ingraven against the south side of the chancell, 
this :— - 

The body, that here the wormes doth cherish, 
Was William Cooper, clarke of this parish. 



(Note. With this chapter ends Wood's City treatise, Wood MS. 
F 29 A, so far as written by himself. The present volume and vol. i 
have also given, from other MSS. of his, Wood's collections for his 
intended chapters. I have seen, scattered about in various volumes of 
the Rawlinson and Ballard MSS., stray slips of Wood's writing containing 
short notes and references bearing on the present treatise, but nothing 
requiring insertion here. 

Wood MS. F 29 A contains a fragment of one draft of Brian 
Twyne's City treatise — see Wood's Life and Times, iv. 222. This, 
and Twyne's other draft, in Twyne III and Twyne XVIII (Wood's 
Life and Times, iv. 207, 213), are in Latin; and a conjecture is 



1 Cp. i. 548. 



CHAP. XXXVIII. MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 197 



possible that some, at least, of Wood's references to ' Latin copy of 
churches ' may be to these papers of Twyne's. 

I have purposely left these sheets of Twyne's unprinted. Twyne's 
treatises and collections deserve separate publication. His greatness 
as an Oxford antiquarian is poorly represented by his one printed 
book. 

The sheets are found as fol. 372-376 of the MS., and are en- 
titled :— 

1 Miscellanea quaedam, primo de antiquis ecclesiis et parochiis in 
celeberrima Universitate et civitate Oxon.' 

S. Aldate's is on fol. 372 a; S. Benedict's, fol. 372b; S. Budoc's, 
fol. 373 a; S. Clement's, fol. 374a; Trinity chapel and S. John 
Baptist's hospital, fol. 375 a; Magdalen bridge on fol. 375 b (see the 
facsimile in Plate VIII at the end of Wood's Life and Times, vol. iv) ; 
S. Ebbe's and the Grey friars, fol. 376 a; and S. Edward's, fol. 

376 b.> 



(CHAPTER XXXIX) 



Registra parochialia civitatis Oxon: collectanea inde. 

(These excerpts were begun by Wood in Aug. 1677 (Wood's Life 
and Times, ii. 387) in continuation of his City collections, after the 
composition of the' second draft of his University treatise (ibid. ii. 290), 
and continued at intervals till 1680 (ibid. ii. 476) when his work on 
the City treatise was again left off for the Athenae. Wood's rough 
copy of them is now in MS. Tanner 456; his clean copy is MS. 
Wood D 5. 

They are here printed as an integral part of his City treatise, and 
as giving definite information about many names which are found 
in its earlier chapters. They will also prove useful to compilers of 
College Registers, and are not without even a national interest. The 
numerous deaths of officers of Charles I's forces suggest the grievous 
waste of his army in its Oxford quarters. 

Wood's notes appended to the excerpts are enclosed in square 
brackets [ ] : any notes or names I have thought well to add, in 
angular brackets ( ), as throughout in this edition.) 

St. Aldate's register 1 : the burialls begin 1538 ; baptismes, 1538 ; 
marriages, 1538 — the oldest register in the City. 

Baptized 2 . 

24 Dec. 1560, Peter \ 

16 Apr. 1562, John _ 

vr o rw r sons of Thomas Smith. 
21 Nov. 1584, Oliver 

30 Dec. 1592, Ralph/ 

^Oct J i59i C Agnes } dau S hters of Thomas Smith [ cook of Ch - Ch.]. 
Margaret Smith, 31 Aug. 1563. 
Thomas Smith, 6 July 1566. 

1 Wood dates his excerpts ' June 11, , 3 the entries for the Smiths of 

1679.' Another note is 4 Mr. John S. Aldate's are put by themselves. 

Edgcombe buried here tempore Henrici 3 Wood notes 'see F-J 82 ' i.e. MS. 

VII.' Wood E 5. ^ 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 199 



•of Mr. Thomas Smith. 



Thomas, son of John Smith, 19 May, 1592. 
11 Dec. 1604, Thomas') 
3 July 1606, Oliver I sons of Oliver Smith. 
23 Feb. i6o§, John J 

Anne, daughter of Mr. John Smith, 11 Sept. 161 1 [the wife afterwards 

of Sir William Moreton : quaere]. 
Oliver, son of Richard Smith, 5 March 161}. 
31 Jan. 1 6 if, Frances ) , 
19 Aug. ifiao, Alice / dau § hters of Thomas Smith. 
William, son of Mr. John Smith, 30 March 1626. 
23 Nov. 1626, Christian 
13 Jan. i62§, Ann [-daughters^ 
6 Sept. 1638, Elizabeth 
30 May 1 63 1, Thomas 
27 Dec. 1633, John -/oris 
16 Nov. 1635, Francis 

12 Aug. 1633, Charls ) 

4 March i6 3 |, Henry [canon of Ch. Ch.] } SOnS of Mr ' J ohn Smith - 

13 July 1635, Christian ) „ , _,, __. 

i 5 March i6 3 i, Elizabeth } dau S hters of Mr ' 01lver Smith > J umor - 

William, son of Mr. Thomas Smith, 6 Dec. 1640. 

Alice, daughter of Mr. John Smith, 5 Jan. 164J. 

Thomas, son of Thomas Smith, taylor, 1644. 

Ann, daughter of Mr. Oliver Smith, 14 Sept. 1644. 

Thomas, son of Thomas Smith, alderman, 20 Nov. 1644. 

Margaret, daughter of Mr. Oliver Smith [junior], 8 March 164!- 

Christenings. 

John Wilmot, 26 Feb. 153I. 

John Sherburne, and Joane, 12 Jan. isff. 

Renold Fox, 7 July 1541. 

Margaret Furness, daughter of William, 6 March, i54§. 
Katherine, daughter of Peter Misson, 4 Dec. 1574. 
Katherine, daughter of Richard Pettie, 21 Sept. 1576. 
Henry, son of Dr. (Henry) Bust, 5 May, 1577. 
8 Jan. 1 58 J, Dorothie \ 
8 March 158^ Margaret 

22 Jan. 159^, Susanna . . , , 

1 2 Sept. 1 599, Marie. y dau S hters of Ral P h FIexne y> veI FIaxne y- 

31 Dec. 1 60 1, Anne 

6 Apr. 1606, Marie , 



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6 Nov. 1594, Thomas 
5 Dec. 1596, Richard 



sons of Ralph Flaxney. 



Bridget, 12 March 159^, Lettice, 9 Nov. 1593, an d J oan > 2 ° Nov. 
1595, daughters, and Antony, 2 May 1598, son, of Thomas 
Sherburne. [These Sherburnes, here set downe, I cannot yet 
find to be kin to Henry Sherburne 1 of S. John Baptist parish, 
Oxon, grandfather to Edward Sherburne, esq., belonging to 
the ordinance in the Tower of London.] 
Thomas, son of Thomas Wentworth, a lawyer, 17 June 1599. 
Ales, daughter of Leonard Hutton, 6 June 1602. 
John, son of John Perin, D.D. and canon of Ch. Ch., 30 Dec. 1607. 
William, son of Dr. John Prideaux, 28 Dec. 1615. 
William, son of John Noble, cook, 20 Nov. 161 7. 
Mary, daughter of William Ballow, D.D., 3 Jan. i6i|-. 
Mary, daughter of Sampson Price, D.D., 28 Jan. 16 if. 
William, son of William Noble, M.A. of Ch.Ch., 17 Sept. 1620. 
John, son of William Peirce, D.D., 5 Jan. i62f. 
Richard, son of John Holloway, 21 Oct. 1627 [now serjeant-at-law]. 



11 July 1633, Margaret 1 daughters of Mr . Richard Ha nns. 



1 Dec. 1635, Elizabeth J 
William, son of Mr. John Holoway, 18 March 163^. 
Unton, son of Unton Croke, esq., 17 March i65f. 
Katherine, daughter of Mr. John Dolbin, 14 Oct. 1659. 
Henry, son of Dr. (Henry) Aylworth, born and baptized 16 Sept. 
1662. 

4 Oct. 1 66 1, John, son \ 
7 Jan. i66f, Richard, son 



25 Jan. i6f£, Peter, son 
11 Sept. 167 1, Elizabeth, daughter/ 
Jane, daughter of Sir Edward Butler, 7 Dec. 1665. 
Henry, son of Sir Cyrill Wyche, 9 Dec. 1665. 
Robert, son of Mr. Robert Barber of the Wick, 1 Dec. 1667. 
20 Oct. 1672, Lucretia \ 

11 Apr. 1675, Katherine ^daughters of John Paynton, town-clerke. 
7 July 1678, Mary J 



18 May 1629, Ann 
1 July 1632, Elizabeth 



daughters of William Seymour, gent. 



4 Dec. 1664, Mary, daughter 
12 Aug. 1666, Henry, son 




1 Wood's Life and Times, ii. 349. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 201 



Married. 

William Forest and Elizabeth Nicolson, 8 Jan. 154^. 

Brian Clapton and Elizabeth Smith, 15 Nov. 1542. 

Peter Wilmot and Ales . . . , 25 Jan. i54§. 

Richard Gill and Agnes Smith, 28 March 1549. 

Richard Tipping and Margaret Warner, 18 July 1549. 

Thomas Smith and Rose Buckner, 24 May 1553. [From this 

Thomas and Rose his wife are descended all the Smiths 

of S. Aldate's parish.] 
Roger Smith and Elizabeth Good, 4 July 1554. 
John Tatersall and Joan Barton, 7 Nov. 1556. 
John Taverner and Joane Kent, 9 July 1558. 
John Wilmot and Ales Penfot, . . . May 1559. 

Thomas Mysson and Katherine [daughter of Thomas] Smith, 

11 Sept. 1569. 
Thomas Parat and Agnes Baliss, 19 Nov. 1569. 
William Furness and Joan . . . , 30 Nov. 1572. 
Isaak Barthelmew and Joane Andrews, 24 Jan. 157J. 
Ralph Picover and Agnes Barksdale, 18 May 1578. 
Ralph Flexney and Agnes Smith [daughter of Thomas, by Rose his 

wife], 8 June 1579. 
William Dawson and Alice Allen, 14 July 1583. 
Roger March and Jone Pettie [quaere, whether of Tetsworth], 25 Jan. 
. i58f. 

John Smith and Elizabeth Zarcheade, 14 Apr. 1585. 
Ralph Flexney and Betonie Jennings, 30 Nov. 1586. 
Robert Dawson and Agnes Drew, 11 Sept. 1588. 
Robert Jones and Joane [daughter of Thomas] Smith, 22 Apr. 1589. 
John Dawson and Elizabeth Bartram, 16 Nov. 1589. 
John Chenell and Margaret Redynge, 24 Feb. i5f#. 
John Furness and Margaret [daughter of Thomas] Smith, 1 Jan. 
i59i 

John Wilmot and Elizabeth Daniell, 19 May 1595. 
William Furness and Alice Bosworth, 17 July 1596. 
Richard Smith and Mary Browne, 18 July 1597. 
Abraham Devin and Agnes Smith, 26 Feb. 159 J. 
Robert Wilmot and Anne Hunt, 13 Aug. 1598. 
Thomas Fawconer and Joane Lever, 21 Dec. 1600. 
John Yate and Ales Jennings, 2 Nov. 1601. 
Richard Hannes and Elizabeth Bridges, 26 Sept. 1602. 
Narcissus Heale and Alice Pearse, 7 Nov. 1605. 



202 



WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Richard Saunders of Kidlington and Elizabeth Frier, 6 Oct. 1610. 

William Gardiner, gent, and Amye Jackson, 21 Dec. 16 12. 

Stukely Blickard, formerlie fellow of Merton college, and Susan 

Jackson, 29 Sept. 16 13. 
John Walter and Jone Smith, 25 Nov. 161 6. 
Robert Cooke and Jone Smith, 13 Nov. 161 7. 

Thomas, the son of Mr. Oliver Smith, alderman, and Margaret, the 
daughter of Mr. John Wilmote, 14 Oct. 1622. 

Christopher Shissen and Mary Smith, 11 Nov. 1622. 

Mr. John Smith and Elizabeth Bosworth, 14 Oct. 1627. 

Mr. . . . Moreton [afterwards Sir William Moreton] and Mris Anne 
Smith, 8 Feb. i6f£. 

Mr. Richard Hannes and Mris Jane Medhop, 28 Nov. 1630. 

James Yate and Ann Nixon, 13 Aug. 1632. 

Leonard Collard and Mary Cogan, 25 Apr. 1644. 

William Wright and Christian Smith, 1646. 

Mr. James Hearne and Mris Anne Smith, 12 Jan. i66f. 

Dr. Robert Say and Mris Anne Zouch, 14 Apr. 1661. 

Mr. Walter Cave and Mris Ann Turton, 8 Nov. 1670. 

Buried. 

Elizabeth Strangwaies, 29 Nov. 1539. 

John Sherbourne, and Joane, 12 Jan. i5ff. 

John Cambraye, 11 Jan. i54x- 

Dr. (? Henry) Marsh, 14 Aug. 1541. 

Edmund Bury, 3 Dec. 1541. 

Agnes Smith, 1 May 1543. 

Reynald Foxe, 3 Oct. 1544. [Severall of the Foxes there.J 
Christopher Smith, 9 March 154^. 
Roger Smith, 14 Apr. 1545. 
Margaret Cambrye, 18 Jan. 154! . 

Mris Met, 8 Feb. i54f. 

John Allet, 13 May 1546. 
Thomas Goodman, medicus, 1549. 

Thomas Plummer, 4 March 15$$ [another Thomas Plummer, 

12 Aug. 1550]. 
Elizabeth Williams, widdow, 4 Aug. 1551. 

William Darbyshyre, prebendary of Paule's, 3 July 1552, from 

Broadgates. 
Thomas My wend, preist, 9 Feb. i55f. 
Anne Bridgman, widdow, 16 March 155! . 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 203 



Richard Buck, Londoner, 1 Apr. 1554. 

Edith Forster, a stranger, 1556. 

Jone Furness, 27 Aug. 1558. 

Georg Griffyth, archdeacon, 7 Oct. 1558. 

Margaret Willmonde, 3 Nov. 1558. 

Margaret Willmond [againe], 20 Nov. 1558. 

Henry Wilmot, 22 March i55f. 

Mary Callfeild, 28 Sept. 1559 [either wife or daughter of Dr. James 

Calfhill]. 
John Barton, 7 Apr. 1569. 
John Smith, 18 May 1571. 
John Fawcnor, 13 Nov. 1576. 
John Furness, the son of William, 30 Jan. i57f. 
Peter Smith, 4 Aug. 1577, Alius Thomae. 
Mr. . . . Johnson, n Aug. 1577. 
Mr. . . . Hacket, 14 Aug. 1577. 

John Furness [againe], son of William, 6 March 157 J. 

Joan, daughter of Dr. (Henry) Bust, 7 May 1579. 

Francis, son of Henry Bust, 2 June 1579. 

Mary Benserie, 2 July 1579. 

Richard Pettie, 19 March 15^. 

William Smith, 13 July 1580. 

Agnes, wife of Ralph Flexney, 18 July 1580. 

Pearse, the son, 25 Febr., Margaret, the v/ife, 4 March 158^, of 

Dr. (John) Delabere. 
Jone, the wife of William Furness, 21 Aug. 1582. 
Rose, wife of Thomas Smyth, 7 Sept. 1582. 
Griffith Lloyd, 1 Nov. 1582. 

Margerie, daughter of James Toldervye, 14 Aug. 1584. 

Mris. . . . Dawson, 27 Nov. 1585. 

James Toldervye, 20 Nov. 1586. 

John Smith, 15 March 158^. 

John Wilmot, 29 Febr. I58f. 

Joan Smith, widdow, n March 158 

Ralph Smith, 17 March 15 8|. 

Dorethie Wilmot, 16 Aug. 1589. 

Ellin Wilmot, widdow, 17 Oct. 1589. 

John Smith, 10 May 1590. 

Anne Dawson, 16 July 1590. 

John Smith, 10 May 1593. 

Mary Flaxney, 21 May 1593. 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Agncss, the wife of Mr. William Furness, 23 March 159^. 
William, the son of Mr. Thomas Smith, 2 June 1596. 
John, the son of John Wilmot, 22 Dec. 1596. 
Agnes, the wife of Mr. William Furness, 23 Febr. 1597. 
Robert, son of William Bust, 3 March i59f. 
Joan Sherburne, widdow, 29 May 1597. 
Joan Barthelmew, wife of Isaac Barthelmew, 25 Nov. 1597. 
John Smith, 8 Jan. 159 J. 
William Smithe, 10 March, 159 J. 
Ellin Sherburne, 18 Apr. 1598. 
Joan Wilmot, daughter of John, 19 July 1599. 
Fraunces, daughter of William Bust, 3 Aug. 1599. 
Mris. Agnes Lante, widdow, 8 Nov. 1599. 
Mary, daughter of Ralph Flaxney, 8 Sept. 1 600. 
William, son of John Furness, 15 Oct. 1600. 
Katherine, daughter of John Wilmot, 4 Dec. 1600. 
Agnes Dauson, wife of Robert, 2 June 1601. 
Thomas Smyth, mayor of the Citie, 9 July 1601. 
Thomas Hayes, commoner of Broadgates, 24 July 1602. 
Richard Slatter, parson of the parish, 1 Sept. 1602. 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Smith, 17 Sept. 1602. 
Alice Furness, wife of William Furness, alderman, . . . Oct. 1602. 
William Furness, alderman, 12 Dec. 1602. 
Joan, daughter of William Bust, 19 Jan. i6o§ . 
Nathaniel . . . , a poore scholar, 3 Apr 1603. 
Ellis Pipon, of Brodgates, 27 Apr. 1603. 
Ann, daughter of goodman Smith, of the Farme, 5 July 1603. 
John, son of Dr. (Thomas) Ravys, deane of Christ Church, 19 Sept. 
1604. 

Elizabeth, wife of Dr. (John) Howson, 21 Sept. 1604. 

Robert Dawson, 22 Jan. i6of. 

Edward, son of William Falconer, 30 Jan. i6of. 

John Willoughby, Mr. of Arts of Brodgates, 22 July 1605. 

James, son of William Smith, 28 Sept. 1605. 

Mr. Robert Davies, a stranger, 15 Nov. 1605. 

. . . Arderne, a stranger, 8 Feb. i6of. 

Jone Chenel, daughter of Dr. (John) Chenel, 26 Febr. i6of. 

Francis Hamlen, Bac. of Arts, 13 Dec. 1606. 

Jonas Hayes, of Brodgates, 1 2 Feb. 1 6of . 

Margerie, wife of Thomas Smyth, 24 Jan. 160 J. 

Griffith Owen, Mr. of Arts, 2 March 160 J. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 205 



Margaret, wife of William Smith, 29 May 1608. 
William Bust, Mr. of Arts, 4 Aug. 1608 [vide A.B. (MS. Wood D 3) 
p. 210]. 

Ann, wife of Thomas Smyth, 12 Apr. 1609. 
Ann, wife of Oliver Smith, 18 Apr. 1609. 
Thomas Fawkner, 28 July 1609. 
William Smith, 18 Feb. i6££. 
Annis, Mr. Blithe's sister, 12 Apr. 16 10. 
Thomas Smith, 23 Oct. 1610. 

William Atkins, Bac. of Arts and butler of Broadgates, 29 May 161 1. 

Mary Smith, wife of JefTry Paget, 13 June 161 1. 

Elizabeth Hannes, mother to Mr. . . . Hannes, 24 Aug. 161 1. 

Gervas Cook, a boarder with Mr. Haggart, n Oct. 161 1. 

Philip, son of Edward Blithe, 13 Feb. 161 J. 

Elizabeth Hannes, 27 May 161 2. 

Thomas Willys, of Brodgates, 27 July 1612. 

Arthur Stroude, of Brodgates, 30 Aug. 161 2. 

John Blithe, 2 Oct. 161 2. 

Anne, daughter of Mr. William Peirce, 15 Nov. 161 2. 
William, son of Mr. Isaac Barthelmew, 10 Feb. 16 if. 
Mr. John Cuddington, of Lync. coll., 30 March 1613. 
Thomas Whyte, gent., 3 Apr. 161 3. 
Nicholas Roope, gent., 8 Apr. 1613. 
Richard Smith, 15 June 161 3. 

Thomas Tyncombe, of Brodgates, gent, 30 June 161 3. 

Marie, daughter of Dr. (John) Weston of Ch. Ch., 28 Dec. 1613. 

Elizabeth Smith, widdow, 15 June 161 5. 

Bettonie, wife of Ralph Flexney, 5 Sept. 16 15. 

J(ohn), son of Thomas Smyth, 18 Oct. 1615. 

Jone, daughter of Robert Loddyngton, Mr. of Arts, 24 Nov. 1615. 

William Furness, 12 Feb. 16 if. 

Henry Bust, Dr. of Physick, 17 Feb. 16 if. 

Virgill Thache, 9 March 16 if. 

Mris. Anne Pincke, 21 March 16 if. 

Mr. John Royse, 7 Apr. 161 7. 

Richard Hannes, alderman, n Jan. 16 if. 

Henry Shelden, 29 Jan. 16 if [perhaps Shelton]. 

Isabell Blithe, 29 Apr. 161 8. 

John Furnace, 8 May. 161 8. 

Margaret Dawson, 26 Aug. 1618. 

Isaac Barthelmew, alderman, 21 Sept. 1618. 



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Elizabeth Furnace, 9 Dec. 16 18. 

George Summastcr, principall of Brodgates, 1 Feb. i6i£. 
Mary Smith, 2 Feb. 16 if. 
Francis Smyth, 16 March i6if. 

Charles, son of Mr. Matthew Barthelmew, 26 June 1619. 

Mris. Joan Johnes, 25 Aug. 161 9. 

Mris. Anne Peryn, 31 Aug. 16 19. 

Mr. John Banks. 14 March i6|J. 

Mathew Barthelmew, 28 March 1620. 

Elizabeth Smyth, 24 May 1620. 

Mr. Thomas Selbye, of Brodgates, 5 June 1620. 

Dr. (John) Budden, principall of Brodgates, 14 June 1620. 

Hamnet Hyde, of Brodgates, 7 July 1620. 

John Ward, of Brodgates, 20 Nov. 1620. 

Mris Johanna Fawkner, 14 Dec. 1620 [vide in ecclesia S. Michaelis]. 

Mr. Thomas Barksdale, 25 Jan. 162 J. 

Anne, daughter of Dr. (William) Peirce, 3 March 162^. 

Alice, wife of Mr. Thomas Smyth, alderman, 2 June 1621. 

Alice, daughter of Thomas Smyth, 28 June 162 1. 

(Christopher) Phipp, Mr. of Arts of Brodgates, 19 Dec. 162 1. 

Henry Growden, of Brodgates, 13 Feb. 162^. 

Mr. James Venatton, buried 4 March 162I, leaving behind him divers 
children borne in this parish, of whom Ann was borne after 
his death. 

Ralph Smith, 20 Apr. 1622. 

Peter Strong, a batler of Broadgates, in the church, 22 March i62§. 

Humphrey Smith, 14 July 1623. 

Elizabeth, wife of Edward Bly the, . . . 1623. 

Mr. Antony Foxe, 3 May 1624. 

Mr. Ralph Flaxney, somtimes mayor of this citie, 12 July 1624. 

Mr. Edward Forest, 23 Aug. 1624. 

Mr. William Lewys, of Pembroke college, 26 Jan. 162^ 

Joan, daughter of Mr. William Hooper, 7 Sept. 1626. 

William, son of Mr. John Smyth, 23 Sept. 1626. [This must be 

John Smyth of Ch. Ch., son of the cook.] 
Elizabeth Forest, widow, 16 Apr. 1627. 
John Blithe, 28 Apr. 1627. 

Mr. Thomas Smyth, baker [and cook of Ch. Ch.], 29 June 1627. 
Nathaniel Badcock, M.A. of Pembroke college, 5 March 162 J. 
Oliver, son of Richard Smith, 7 May 1628 [see his epitaph]. 
Christian, daughter of Mr. Thomas Smith, 18 May 1628. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 207 



Mr. John Wheeler, brewer, 20 March i62|. 
Mr. Corbet Bull, a stranger, 24 Apr. 1629. 

Mr. Nicholas Cruse, Mr. of Arts of Pembroke college, . . . 1629. 

Mr. Thomas Marrow, M.A. Pembroke college, 2 Aug. 1629. 

Mathew, son of John Smith, scrivner, 4 Dec. 1629. 

Mris. Edith Wheeler, [brewer], widdow, 7 Dec. 1629. 

Mr. Stephen Dagnall, Mr. of Arts of Pembroke college, 28 Dec. 1630. 

Mr. Edward Bethell, 18 Feb. 163?. 

Mris. Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. Oliver Smith the yonger, 12 July 
1631. 

Thomas Smyth, of St. Ebbs parish, 13 Oct. 1631. 
Thomas, son of Mr. Thomas Pink, Aprill 19, 1632. 
John, son of Mr. John Foot deceased, 25 Apr. 1632. 
Mr. John Cantwell, chirurgion, 6 March 163I. 
Charls, son of Mr. John Smith, 21 Aug. 1633. 
Margaret, daughter of Mr. Richard Hanns, 23 Aug. 1633. 
Elizabeth, wife of Mr, John Wilmot, 16 Dec. 1633. 
Mr. Richard Parsons, chirurgion, 4 Nov. 1634. 
Frideswyde, daughter of Mr. . . . Bedell, a stranger, 7 Jan. 1634. 
Mr. Thomas Sparrow, 17 March 163-f. 
Mr. John Banks, manciple of St. John's, 8 Apr. 1635. 
Jane Hawkes, wife of Mr. John (Hawkes), bayliff of the citie, 9 june 
1635. 

Mr. Oliver Smyth, alderman of this citie, 13 Apr. 1637. 
Henry, son of Mr. John Smith, 22 Apr. 1637. 
Richard, son of Mr. Richard Hanns, 20 June 1637. 
Mris. . . . Foot, of S. Giles, 13 Nov. 1637. 
Christian, daughter of Mr. Oliver Smith, 24 July 1638. 
Daniel Gardner, scholar of Pembroke college, 27 Aug. 1638. 
Mris. . . . Jacob, widow, 25 Nov. 1638. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Oliver Smith, 13 Dec. 1639. 
Elizabeth Hanns, 24 Jan. i6ff. 

Mris. Anne Coles, sister to Mr. . . . Carpenter, 28 March 1640. 
Elizabeth, the wife of Sir Richard Bellasyse, 1 Feb. 164^. 
Mr. John Yeate, 5 July 1642. 
Thomas, son of Mr. Thomas Smith, 3 Aug. 1642. 
Mr. Georg Blechington, one of his majestie's servants. 
Mr. Thomas Fosset, one of his majestie's servants, . . . June 1643. 
Mr. . . . Lucust, Dr. (Thomas) Clayton's son-in-law, 26 Dec. 1643. 
Mris. . . . Clapton, the daughter of Dr. (Thomas) Clayton, 13 Jan. 
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Mris. . . . Isaak, 28 Feb. 164%. 

Mr. John Maunder, 16 March 164%. 

Mr. . . . Demohoy, 19 March 164%. 

Mr. Giles Bourne, of Pembroke college, 6 July 1644. 

Mr. Martin Hill, 6 July 1644. 

Mris. Hannah Smith, wife to Crossbowell, . . . 1644. 

Mary, daughter of Oliver Smith, gent., 28 Oct. 1644. 

Mr. . . . Lewes, 16 Dec. 1644. 

. . . , son of Mr. John Smith, 7 July 1645. 

Mr. John Harrard [Harwood], of this parish, 16 Oct. 1645. 

Mr. Hugh Philipps, schoolmaster, 3 Dec. 1645. 

Mr. . . . Feilding, the lord of Herford's 1 servant, 22 Jan. 164%. 

Mr. Thomas Smith, alderman, 22 Apr. 1646. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John Smith, 15 Jan. i64f. 

Mr. John Wilmote, of this parish, 17 Feb. 164^. 

Thomas Clayton, Master of Pembroke college, 13 July 1647. 

Dr. (Thomas) Clayton's [junior] daughter, 29 Oct. 1650. 

Mr. Anthony Findall, 31 Dec. 1650. 

Mr. Oliver Smith, junior, his wife, 1651. 

Mr. . . . Clifford, of Pembroke college, 16 March i65§. 

Nicholas Howson, Mr. of Arts, 18 June 1653. 

Henry, son of Walter Cave, esq., 9 Sept. 1657. 

Mr. John Smith, son of Mr. Oliver Smith, alderman, 7 Nov. 1657. 

Bernard Sanders, chirurgion, 8 Feb. 165! . 

John, son of Mr. Thomas Smith, alderman, 21 March 165! . 

Richard Druet, a scholar of Pembroke, 29 May 1659. 

Mr. Edward Southworth, B.A., Pembr. coll., 1660. 

Mris . . . Wroughton, 1 June 1660. 

Mr. John Huntbatch, Mr. of Arts of Pembr. coll., 9 Apr. 1661. 

Mris. Judith Petty, 9 Dec. 1661 [widdow of Christopher Petty, gent.]. 

Mr. Richard Miller, 7 Aug. 1662 [somtimes mayor]. 

Mr. Edward Owen, of Pembr. coll., 26 Aug. 1662. 

Mr. Walter Cave, 23 Feb. i66|. 

Mr. Oliver Smith, the elder, 23 March i66f. 

Mr. Robert Wilson, 13 June 1663. 

Anne, wife of Mr. John Poindexter, 5 June 1664. 

Mr. James Yates, 10 Jan. i66f . 

Mary, daughter of Richard Holloway, esq., 10 Febr. i66f. 

Jane, the wife of Sir Edmund Pence, 18 Oct. 1665. 

Mr. William Brickendine, of Pembroke college, 15 Jan. 166 J. 

1 William Seymour, marquis of Hertford. 



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Ursula, wife of William Collier the elder, 20 Feb. i66|> 

Mr. Herbert Price, a stranger, 9 March i66|. 

Jane, daughter of Sir Edward Butler, 4 May 1666. 

Mr. Matthew Loveday, the elder, inholder, 27 Aug. 1666. 

Katherine, the wife of Mr. Joseph Alexander, 28 Aug. 1666. 

Mr. Joseph Alexander, 26 Jan. i66f. 

Mr. Oliver Smith, junior, 15 March i66f. 

Mr. Thomas, son of Mr. John Holloway, 31 March 1667. 

Mr. John Bowles, rector of S. Aldate's parish, 6 Oct. 1667. 

John, son of Mr. John Holloway, 17 June 1668. 

Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Walter Cave, 21 Nov. 1668. 

Mr. Philip Marinell, Mr. of Arts of Pembroke college, 6 Dec. 1668. 

Mary, daughter of Richard Holloway, esq., 29 Dec. 1668. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John Smith, 19 July 1669. 

Mr. William Good the elder, 29 July 1669. 

Mr. John Hensley, 23 Nov. 1669. 

Mr. Thomas Seymour, 30 Dec. 1669. 

Mris. Christian Smith, widdow, . . . 1670. 

Mr. Philip Kekewich, commoner of Pembroke college, 24 July 1670. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Richard West, 17 Aug. 1671. 
Mr. John Smith the yonger, 17 Dec. 167 1. 
Thomas Flexney, 18 Apr. 1672. 

Samuel Halford, commoner of Pembroke college, 26 May 1672. 
Jane, daughter of Mr. Walter Cave the elder, 9 Nov. 1672. 
Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John Smith the elder, 7 Sept. 1673. 
Mr. Urban Eyre, commoner of Pembroke college, 26 March 1675. 
Mr. John Sausmers (i.e. Saumarez), fellow of Pembroke college, 
Oct. 1675. 

Mr. Richard Dewe, Art. bac. of Pembroke college, 16 Apr. 1676. 
Mris. Dorothie Loveday, widow of Matthew Loveday, 18 Dec. 1676. 

All Saints, or Allhallows parish register, beginning 1559 : tne 
burialls begin but in 1564. This register is imperfect and 
not well kept. 

Baptized. 

Anna Levens, filia Gulielmi Levens, 3 July 1560. 

Helena Levens, filia Christopheri Levens, 4 Aug. 1560: [vide in 

registro S. Thomae.] 
Richardus Levens, Alius Gulielmi Levens, 7 Sept. 1563. 
Gulielmus Levens, films Mri. . . . Levens, 6 Oct. 1567. 
Gulielmus Freer et Maria, 14 Feb. 156 J. 
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Humphrey Levens, filius Mri. . . . Levens, 24 Sept. 1568. 
Gulielmus Levens, filius Mri. . . . Levens, 20 Aug. 1570. 
Martha, filia Gulielmi Levens, majoris civitatis Oxon, 27 Sept. 1572. 
Anna, filia Humphredi Levens, 22 Oct. 1601. 



Anna Ricot, filia Andreae Ricot, 3 Martii 1559. 

Henricus Baylie, filius Mri. . . . Baylie, 29 July 1565. 

Gulielmus, filius Gulielmi Tyllyard, 9 Apr. 1570. 

Gulielmus, filius Gulielmi Pearse, 3 Sept. 1580 [afterwards bishop of 

Bath and Wells]. 
Gulielmus Dale, filius Dris (Georgii) Dale, ult. Oct. 1594. 
Elizabetha, filia Matthaei Fysher, 7 July 1594. 
[Jacobus Lambe, filius Ricardi Lambe, natus erat, 2 Febr. 159-J .] 
Willelmus Flaxney, filius Johannis, 15 March 161 \. 

Married. 

Gulielmus Freer et Maria Bamfeild, 12 Nov. 1560. 
Richardus Browne et Margareta Gorton, 13 Feb. 156I-. 
Gulielmus Hough et Johanna Underhyll, 15 Sept. 1567. 
Jacobus Steward et Ann Steward, 1 Feb. 156I-. 
Thomas Furs et Alice Bridgwater, 27 March 1570. 
Rowland Jenkes et Alice Ford, 29 June 1572. 

Georgius Roy, A.M., concionator, et Eulalia Levens, filia Gulielmi 

Levens, majoris civitatis Oxon, 1 Apr. 1573. 
Johannes Whittington et Francisca Henshaw, 9 Nov. 1578. 
Mattheus Harrison et Helena Levens, 30 Apr. 1581. 
Georgius Dale, A.M. socius coll. Oriel, et semel hujus Academiae 

procurator, et Maria Leech, 12 Nov. 1588. 
Thomas Brace, generosus, et Francisca Fryer, 1 Dec. 1588. 
Willelmus Good et Johanna Dodwell, 19 Aug. 1605. 
Tobias Clutterbook, A.M. aulae Magdal, et Elianora Burnet, nupti 

2 Jan. i6of. 

Edward Blagrave et Ellin Gregory, 3 Jan. 164 J, in capella coll. Lync. 

Buried. 

Mr. Edward Fryer [Freer] sepultus 27 Jan. 156^. 

Mr. William Mathew, tunc tempore civitatis hujus major, 27 Feb. 156^. 

Anna Frear [vel Fryar], uxor Gulielmi Frear, 4 Aug. 1565. [Guliel- 
mus ? quis ? nescio. Perhaps the second wife of Edward 
Freere.] 

Nicholas Wayte, 25 Aug. 1565. 



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William Bridgman, 20 Sept. 1565. 

Henricus Baylie, Med. Dr., 12 Dec. 1566. 

Gulielmus Levens, filius Mri. . . . Levens, 8 Oct. 1567. 

Vincent Knowles, Coll. Lync. commensalis, 12 Nov. 1567. 

Gulielmus Frear, filius Mri. . . . Frear, 14 Feb. ; Maria Frear, filia 

Mri. . . . Frear, 27 Feb. 156J. [Infantes, fil. Gulielmi Frear.] 
Mra. . . . Culpeper, non multo antea uxor Henrici Bayly, Med.D., 

21 June 1568. 

Edward Bridgman, socius coll. D. Johannis, 11 die Sept. 1568 

[filius Johannis Bridgman, qui duxit in uxorem Mariam, 

sororem fundatoris Coll. D. Joh.]. 
Elizabetha, uxor Mri. [Andreae : quaere infra] Burnet, 19 Dec. 1568. 
Elizabetha, uxor Mri. Thomae Furs, 13 Jan. i5f^. 
Maria Levens, filia Gulielmi Levens, 17 May 1570. 
Richard Levens, filius Mri. . . . Levens, 23 June 1571. 
John Chauntler, SS. Theol. Baa, 9 Martii 1572: obiit in domo 

Radulphi Benton. 
Maria Frear, uxor Mri. Gulielmi Frear, 14 July 1573. 
Ursula Levens, uxor Mri. . . . Levens, 21 Dec. 1573. 
Richardus Hamden, Northamptoniensis, generosus, 16 Oct. 1574- 
John Tatam, A.M. et coll. Lync. rector, quondam procurator Uni- 

versitatis, 20 Nov. 1576, ad partem borealem chori. 
Gulielmus Harwood, A.M. socius coll. Lync, 1 May 1578. 
Andreas Burnet, quondam civitatis ballivus, 5 June 1580. 
Robertus Gibbon, A.M. coll. Lync. socius, 9 Julii 1582. 
Mr. Johannes Philipps, hujus civitatis quondam ballivus, 15 Apr. 1583. 
Gracia, uxor Johannis Wayte, gen., 10 March I58f. 
Ulpianus Fulwell, minister, 30 June 1586. 

Henricus Baylie, gen., filius Dris (Henrici) Baylie, 12 Oct. 1586. 
Thomas Newbie, A.M., socius coll. Lync, 6 Nov. 1587. 
Alicia, uxor Thomae Furs, 5 Aug. 1589. 
Frideswyde, uxor Mri. Georgii Riall, 6 Nov. 1589. 
Thomas Furs, 2 Dec. 1589. 

Daniel de Deleta, vel Deletta, coquus coll. C. C, 13 Dec i5&9- 
[Godfather, as I conceive, to Dr. Daniel Featly.] 

Edwardus Henson, scriba et generosus, Londini habitans, 19 June 
1590. 

Petrus Woodgate, A.B. sepultus erat in Novo collegio, 4 Nov. 1590. 

[Moritur, ni fallor, in hac parochia.] 
. . . Hartley, uxor Mri. Johannis Hartley, 29 Nov. 1590. 
John Wylks, A.M., 30 July 1591. 

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Mr. William Spencer, . . . 1591. 
Mr. John Lee, . . . 1591. 
Mr. . . . Wyllots, . . . 1591. 

Elizabetha, uxor Gulielmi Coles, gen., 3 March 159I. 

Agneta, uxor Gulielmi Fernseede, 22 June 1593. 

Maria, uxor Ricardi Goude, 28 Sept. 1593. 

Johanna, uxor Mri. Johannis Hartley, 12 June 1595. 

Johannes Hartley, aldermannus, 10 Apr. 1596, juxta duas uxores. 

Edwardus Perry, scholaris coll. Lync, 1 Oct. 1596. 

Anna Levens, filia Umphredi Levens, 10 Martii 160 \. 

Antonius Bruer, sepultus in templo B. Mariae, 20 Apr. 1602. 

Eleanora Browne, uxor Ricardi Browne, majoris civitatis Oxon, 

20 July 1603. 
Margeria Harbridge, generosa, vidua, 22 Dec. 1603. 
Johannes Whittingdon, quondam civitatis ballivus, 13 June 1605. 
Johannes Rawley, generosus, advena, mortuus est apud signum 

Ursae, sepultus est in ecclesia, 21 May 1607. 
Richardus Browne, dictus A(?l)derman, 10 July 1607. 
Jacobus Long, qui an sponte, an casu latronum mortuus sit, non 

constat : ex aqua extractus est apud pontem de Goserd (i. e. 

Gosford), sepultus in templo Omn. Sanct., 21 Sept. 1608. 
Alicia, filia Henrici Southam, 18 Nov. 1608. 
Richard Good, alderman, 14 Aug. 1609. 
Doctor Italicus peregrinus, 28 Aug. 1609. 
Richardus Lambe, 16 Apr. 16 10 [pater Jacobi Lambc]. 
Willelmus Frear, sepultus 8 Feb. 161 J. 
Mr. . . . Mallet, 20 June 161 2. 
Johannes Morton, coll. Lync. socius, 10 July 1614. 
Willelmus Levens, 18 Apr. 16 16 [alderman]. 
Gulielmus Lucan, e coll. Lyncoln. commensalis, 28 Nov. 161 8. 
Maria Sheldon, 27 July 161 8. 

[Richardus Wilcocks, capellanus coll. Lync, fuit minister ecclesiae 

Omnium Sanctorum, 1620.] 
Elianor Mallet, vidua, 11 June 1620. 
Richard Kilby, coll. Lync. rector, 7 Nov. 1620. 
William Levyn, 16 Apr. 1627. 
Thomas Hale, a stranger, 12 June 1628. 
Mathew Harison, alderman, 20 March i6§£. 
Fraunces Whittingdon, widdow, ,8 Sept. 1630. 
Richard Draiton, a stranger, 10 May 1631. 
Franciscus Pope, capellanus, 20 Nov. 1631. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 213 



Georgius Moreton, gent., e coll. Lync., 12 May 1635. 

Elizabeth Levens, 2 July 1635. 

William Smith, citizen of London, 18 Apr. 1637. 

William Boswell, alderman, 5 Apr. 1638. 

Thomas Harrys, clericus, 14 Apr. 1639. 

Richard Good, alderman, 5 Dec. 1639. 

John Good, 14 Dec. 1639. 

John Thimble, bedellus superior, 12 Junii 1641. 

Margareta Brooke, generosa, 21 Jan. 164^. 

Mr. . . . Stockley, 4 Nov. 1642. 

Sir Henry Reeves, knight, 8 Nov. 1642. 

Leivtenant . . . More, 28 Nov. 1642. 

Mr. . . . Baxster, 11 Jan. 164%. 

Mr. . . . Meriel, 23 Apr. 1643. 

Mr. . . . Stevens, 29 May 1643. 

Mr. . . . Francklyn, 9 July 1643. 

Mr. . . . Twine, 23 July 1643. 

Mr. . . . Whitam, 26 July 1643. 

Mris. . . . Dingley, 16 Aug. 1643. 

William Kingscot, 26 Aug. 1643. 

Mr. . . . Graunt, 24 Sept. 1643. 

Mr. . . . Gurdin, 28 Sept. 1643. 

Leivtenant . . . Wolfe, 16 Oct. 1643. 

William Levins, 14 Nov. 1643. 

Captain . . . Hearne, 22 Apr. 1644. 

Mr. . . . Benbow, 12 Dec. 1644. 

Sir Edward Wardour, knight, 17 March 164%. 

Elizabeth Levins, 4 Feb. 164^. 

Mr. . . . Heale, of Lync. coll., gent., 30 Aug. 1649. 

Mr. William Woodward, of Lync. coll., 31 Dec. 1649. 

Mr. Robert Hughes, of Lync. coll., 25 Dec. 1650. 

Mary Parsons, a stranger, 11 Oct. 1651. 

Griffith Greenaway, 5 May 1652, in the parish chancell [uncle .to 

Francis Greenway, milliner, mayor of Oxford, 1670]. 
Mris. Anne Parsons, daughter of Sir John Parsons, 9 May 1652. 
The lady Jane Wardour, wife of Sir Edward Wardour, knight, 1 Feb. 

Mr. (Samuel) Condwit, of Lync. coll., 7 Sept. 1662. 
Mr. William Good, town-clerk, 28 Dec. 1662. 
Mr. Henry Silvester, somtimes mayor, 30 March 1664. 
Mr. (William) Key, fellow of Lync. coll., 23 Dec. 1664. 



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Jane the wife of Henry Southam, 30 Dec. 1664. 

John Waterman, A.B., chaplain of Queen's college, 4 Feb. 166^. 

Mr. Edward Manley of Daintre [Daventrey], 1 May 1667. 

Mris. Frances Whitbey, widdow, 4 July 1667. 

Richard Thomas, A.M. of Lync. coll., 18 Dec. 1667. 

Mr. John Newman [somtimes baylie : quaere], in the body of the 

church, 26 July 1668. [A little monument, but woren out.] 
Dr. (Paul) Hood, died, 2 Aug. 1668. 

Henry Stapleton, esq., son of Sir Henry Stapleton, a stranger, 23 

Apr. 1669 ; buried in the parish chancell. 
S r John Albert Schack of Wittehau, high German, was buried in the 

parish chancell, 3 Nov. 1669. 
Mr. . . . Berry, goldsmith, 14 Apr. 1670. 
Mr. (Robert) Amphlet, scholar of Lync. coll., 21 Nov. 1671. 
Mris. . . .Parsons, widdow, 13 July 1672. 
Nicholas Hausted, of Lync. coll., 16 July 1672. 
Mr. . . . More, commoner of Lync. coll., 18 Oct. 1672 (James Moore). 
William Flexney, Art. bac. coll. Magd., 4 Nov. 1672. 
Richard Good, chandler, 21 Nov. 1673. 

Jacobus Ratcliff, A.M. qui cum viginti quinque annos natus esset, 
baptizatus fuit in ecclesia Omnium Sanctorum, sepultus 
30 July (? 1673, ? 1674). 

St. Clement's register, beginning 1597. 
Married. 

Mr. John Bastinne and Mris . . . Hore were married 14 Apr. 1626. 

Buried. 

Richard Tenant, a scholar of University college, borne in Yorkshire, 

being drowned, was buried June 2, 1643. 
Captain . . . Slade, shot to death, buried 12 Sept. 1643. 
Jan. [quaere] (164! > Francis Cole, executed for a spie, and buried 

beside the church privatly, without any ceremonie. 
Captain . . . Bennet, buried June 1, 1644. 

S. Ebb's register, beginning 1558. 
Married. 

Mr. William Burte and Mris. Elizabeth Pettie were married 26 Jan. 
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CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 215 



Buried. 

Mr. William Wakelyn, citizen of Oxford, 1 March 157I. 
Mris. Margaret Wakelyn, 20 Dec. 1580. 
William Noble [quaere *] 9 March i58f. 
Francis Yate, gent., 20 June 1588. 
Robert Yate, son of Francis Yate, gent., 14 March i6o|. 
Robert Yate, gent., 27 Apr. 1606 : Ann, his wife, 3 May, eodem 
anno. 

Mris. Mary Secoll, widdow, a stranger, 30 Dec. 1606. 

[James Yate, then rector of S. Ebbe, chaplain of New college.] 

John Hare, gent., 18 Feb. i6i t . 

Thomas Ashe, gent., 2 July 16 19. 

John Dochen. M.A., 13 Aug. 1621. 

Mr. Richard Potman, vicar of Wantage, 10 Nov. 1621. 

John, son of John Norwode, gent., 19 Sept. 1622. 

Elizabeth Hebbs, gentlewoman, 13 Apr. 1623. 

Mr. William Weeks, alebrewer, 28 Dec. 1626. 

Judith, daughter of Mr. William Ashley, cheif butler of All soules, 

10 Febr. 163^. 
Richard Yate, gent., 20 Apr. 1631. 
John Elis, Bac. of Arts, 26 Nov. 1632. 

Mr. William Ashley, [aforesaid, kin to Dr. Ashley (Richard Astley), 
warden of All soules college,] 18 Oct. 1634. 

Mr. William Dewy, gent., 23 July 1636. [Mr. of Arts of Ch. Ch. : 
by birth of Dorsetshire, of (Spelsbury there : quaere), and 
married Joan Hodges, a cook's daughter of Oxon : by pro- 
fession a brewer. His sons were William, Thomas, John, 
William, James; (daughters), Jane, . . . James I remember, 
a great robber under the famous William Hind 2 of Chipping- 
norton.] 

Christopher Angell, a Greek borne in Peloponnesus, 2 Febr. 163-f. 

[Of Balliol college, so Dr. (John) Lamphire.] 
Francis, son of Mr. Francis Broderick, 15 Nov. 1640, in the chancell. 

[Note that Francis Broderick, of Langford by Bampton, 

married one of the daughters of Mr. William Dewy before 

mentioned.] 

Robert Maxwell, son of Dr. . . . Maxwell, 7 Dec. 1642. 

1 (The query is as to whether this 2 'James' Hind in Wood's Life and 
was the William Noble prominent in Times, i. 155, 156. 
the controversy with the University.) 



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Mris. . . . Blagrave buried under the communion table 27 July 

1643. [Mr. Thomas Blagrave her husband, (buried) ultimo 

Oct. 1643. Their children were William and Edward, Ann, 

Mary, Katherine, Grace.] 
One of the groomes of the Queen's privy chamber, 2 Aug. 1643. 
Robert Sharpe, gentleman usher to the King's guard, 5 Sept. 1643. 
Ralph Chillingworth, brewer, 7 Sept. 1643. 
Joan, wife of William Chillingworth, 15 July 1645. 
William Chillingworth, somtimes mayor of the citie, ult. Oct. 1652: 

All Saints' eve. 
. . ., the wife of Mr. William Dewy, n Aug. 1646. 
Sylvester Harris, painter, 29 Jan. 167I, in the churchyard: above an, 

100 yeares of age [quaere in S. Peter's register in the Baylie]. 
Martha, daughter of Thomas James, D.D. and Justice of the Peace, 

22 Dec. 1 62 1. [One Thomas James was rector of S. Aldate 

1607.] 

William Blagrave of Oxon obiit 1621, of S. Ebbs parish, I think: 
Georgius 1 frater, quaere (vel e coll. S. Johannis). 

S. Giles, baptisms begin 1576; weddings, 1599; burialls, 1605. 

Baptized. 

Anne, daughter of Sir William Casebie [Catesbie], knight, ult. June 
1577- 

Thomas Flexney, son and heir of Thomas, 18 June 1585. 
William, son of Thomas Flexney, gent., 1 Dec. 1586. 
William, son of Mr. Thomas Ayshcome, 16 Apr. 1589. 
Katherine Huchenson, daughter of Mr. Ralph Huchenson, 15 Jan. 
i6of. 

James, son of Dr. John Williams, D.D., 11 Nov. 1607. 
William Joyner, son of Mr. William Joyner, 24 Apr. 1622. 
Lydia, daughter of Mr. John Blagrave, 5 Nov. 1635. 

Weddings. 

William Collines and Penelopie Pettie, widdow, 22 July 1612. 
William Gore of Thame, co. Oxon., and Dorothy Pettie of Witney, 
21 Jan. 1 62 \. 

John Perot of North-lee and Alice Kinge of Long-combe, 10 Feb. 
162-h 

Humphrey Whistler of S. Thomas' parish and Joan Tilliard of 
S. Marie's parish, widdow, ult. Nov. 1625. 

1 (See the burials in S. Mary Magd. 4 May 1625.) 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 217 



Robert Hopper, Mr. of Arts, of Halywell in the suburbs of Oxon and 
Rebecca Ewell of the same place, 16 Sept. 1626. 

Richard Bull and Elizabeth Charles, daughter of alderman William 
Charles, married at S. Barthelmew's hospitall, 27 Aug. 1627. 

John Frith, Bac. of Music, Oxon, and Elizabeth Griffin, 24 April 1628. 

Thomas Pettie and Joane Terrie of Haylie in the parish of Witney, 
10 March 163^. 

Richard Tymes [or Symes] of Idbery and Ann Bolton of Einston, 
3 Apr. 1632. 

Georg Escourt, M.A. of Oxon, and Judith Denham, 9 Apr. 1632. 
Peter Tyllyard of Waterstock, gent, and Bridget Brookes of Oxford, 
25 May 1632. 

William Chidley, B.D. of C. C. C, and Ann Finch, 1 May 1644. 
Michael Owen, of the University of Oxford, and Katherine Escourt, 
widdow, of the citie of Oxford, 29 Dec. 1662. 

Biirialls. 

John Saintsbury, B.D., late fellow of S. Jo. Bapt. and vicar of S. Giles, 
was buried in the chancell of the parish church, . . . Jan. 

Martin, son of Henry Bosworth, 21 Jan. 161 J. 

Ann Barnes, widdow of Dr. Robert Barnes a phisitian, 21 Dec. 161 2. 

Michael, son of Mr. John Yong, gent., 16 Jan. 16 if. 

Richard Buttle, gent., 26 March 161 3. 

Alice, daughter of Henry Bosworth, 26 Nov. 1616. 

Mr. Edmund Flexney, 28 June 161 7 [John, his son, 4 July 161 5; 

Timothie, another son, 29 Apr. 161 6]. 
Thomas Hare, gent., 2 June 1620. 

Thomas Flexney, gent., registrarie of the diocess of Oxon., 22 Apr, 
1623. 

William Flexney, gent., 6 July 1624. 

William Joyner, gent., 23 June 1626. 

Richard, son of Theophilus Brierton, esq., 6 Apr. 1627. 

William Cooper, clerk of the parish, 3 Sept. 1629 

Mris. . . . Boune, 27 Sept. 1629. 

Mris. Anne Joyner, 11 Jan. i6ff : relict of William Joyner. 
John, son of Mr. John Blagrave, 25 May 1630. 
Mr. William Flexney died in the Castle; buried 26 Jan. 163$. 
Eadie, wife of Mr. John Blagrave, M.A., 14 March 163^. 
Mris. . . . Smith, widdow, who died at Godstow, buried 29 March 
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Henry Bosworth, alderman of Oxford, 14 Jan. 163!. 

Jane, daughter of Mr. John Blagrave, 18 Feb. 163 J. 

Mr. John Frif [Frith], organist of S. John's college, xi March 163-J. 

Hester, daughter of Mr. John Blagrave, ult. Apr. 1636. 

Mr. Henry Harbard, who had a chamberlaine's place in the citie, 

15 May 1637. [Joan, his widdow, 28 June 1637.] 
Ann, daughter of John Svvarland, Bac. of Law, 26 Aug. 1639. 
Dudley Hawkes, M.A., fellow of S. John's college, 10 Febr. i6f^. 

[From 1642 to 1652 not one registred.] 
Mris. . . . Eveleigh, widdow, 14 Aug. 1652, 
Mr. John Blagrove, 21 Dec. 1652. 
Mr. Henry Leighton, 29 Jan. i66|. 
Susanna, daughter of Mr. John Southby, 12 Oct. 1669. 
Dr. John Meakes, 5 Apr. 1670. 

Mris. Susan Southbie, wife of Mr. John Southbie, 2 Aug. 1670. 
Mr. Richard Stevens, of Trinity college, 14 May 1674. 

S. Cross, vulgo Halywell. 
Baptized. 

Peter, son of Christopher Wood, bapt. Oct. 14, 1673. 
Charles, son of Christopher Wood, gent., bapt. 16 Sept. 1677. 

Married. 

Mr. William King, of Northlee, and Mris Philip Pettie, 6 Sept. 1598. 
Thomas Nicolls de Halywell, generosus, et Philicia 1 Thorne alias 

Dome matrimonio conjuncti fuerunt, ult. Apr. 16 14. 
Thomas Blanchard, S. T. B. de Univ. Oxon. et Martha Warner, filia 

Doctoris (Bartholomaei) Warner de parochia S. Mariae 

Magdalenae, 26 Sept. 161 4. 
William Wright and Anne Southam of Allhallowes, 20 Feb. 163$ . 
Edmund Gay ton and Elizabeth Bull, 22 Sept. 1639. 
Francis Perot and Alice Bowringe, 29 Oct. 1640. 
Thomas Burnham and Joane Potter, 6 Jan. 164 J. 
Mr. Thomas Reade and Mris. Ann Knapp conjuncti 7 March 165I. 
Mr. William Busbie and Mris. Margaret Speed married 19 Feb. 166-f-. 
Sir John Feteplace and Susanna Bathurst, 27 June 1672. 

Buried. 

Thomisona, daughter of William Napier and Elizabeth his wife, buried 
26 Aug. 1583. 

1 Felicia. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 219 



John Forster, LL.Bac, 3 Apr. 1584. 

Elizabeth, wife of William Napier, 7 July 1584. 

Mris. Katherine Davis, wife of Hugh Davis, 27 June 1591. 

Marcus Vandyfell, an outlandish man, 5 July 1597. 

Richard Humphrey was buried in Magdalen college, 23 Aug. 1597. 

William, son of Edmund Napier, 1 Sept. 1610. 

Hugh Davis, . . . Oct. 16 10. 

Edward Grey [quaere], generosus et peregrinus, 12 Jan. 161 \. 
Georg, Alius Edw. [Edmundi] Napier, 7 Martii 

Magdalena, filia de la Hay [Mr. Thomas de la Hay de Halywell], 

23 Martii 162 J. 
Gulielmus Napier, 2 Feb. 162 \. 

Elizabetha, filia Edoardi [Edmundi] Napier, 1 Aug. 1622. 
Mr. Henry Nicolls, 31 July 1623. 

Agnes, uxor Thomae Hopper, generosi nuper defuncti, 30 Oct. 1625. 
Captaine Francis Wright, Oct. 28, anno 1642. 

Thomas Cheyney of Sondon in com. Bedford, armiger, 1 Apr. 1643. 

Edward Napier, 12 July 1643. 

Joyce, wife of Mr. Edward Napier, 15 July 1643. 

Captaine . . . Carre, 26 Aug. 1643. 

William Porter, an ensigne, 27 Sept. 1643. 

Henry Ventris, a major, in the chancell, 4 Oct. 1645. 

Mr. Edward Larkin, 27 Dec. 1647 [his widdow, 13 Apr. 1659]. 

Mr. William Plummer, of Magdalen hall, 28 Oct. 1649. 

Mr. Johannes Rogers de coll. Wadh. sepultus 28 Junii 1656 

(College 1 chapel). 
Mr. Joseph Proctor, gent., 23 July 1656. [He 2 died 22 July.] 
Bernard Hore, esquire bedle of Law, 25 May 1658. 
Elizabeth, uxor Johannis Parsons, generosi, sepulta 7 Dec. 1660. — 

[Johannes, Alius ejusdem Johannis, sepultus 13 May 1661.] 
Mr. John Escott, 5 Feb. i66f. 
Mr. Thomas Clark, 23 Sept. 1662. 
Mary, daughter of Mr. John White, 7 June 1668. 
Richard Browne, 26 March 1672 [quaere whether Browne, the 

University clerk that somtimes published a book]. 

In Wadham College chappell. 
All 3 buried in Wadham College chappell, and were all either 
scholars or fellows (except Lush and Rogers), as I take it. — Sepulti in 

1 i. e. in Wadham College chapel. 8 Notes on pp. 10 and 11 of MS. 

2 Wood's Life and Times, i. 205, Wood D 5, referring to the 26 Wadham 
208. entries which follow. 



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capella Wadh. : sed servientes fuerunt (ni fallor) sepulti in claustro 
(capellae). — Note that the dayes of buriall of these persons 1 are 
mostly set downe false by the clerk 2 of St. Cross alms Holywell 
[a drunken careless clerke] in the parish register. 

Mr. John Ball, of Wadham college, 26 Aug. 1660. 

Mr. Robert Redlor, of Wadh. coll., 13 Nov. 1660. 

Dr. Tristram Sugg, of Wadh. coll., 28 Jan. i66f. 

Mr. Thomas Mathew, of Wadh. coll., 9 Jan. i66§. 

Mr. John French, 20 March 166 J. 

Mr. (Edmund) Chadwell, 24 Apr. 1668. 

Mr. (Edward) Holt, 4 May 1668. 

Mr. (Joseph) Angier 3 , 8 Aug. 1668. 

Mr. (Richard) Appleford, 29 Aug. 1668. 

Mr. (Thomas) Bishop, 7 Oct. 1669. 

Mr. (William) Elstone, 3 Dec. 1669. 

Mr. (Bartholomew) Ashwick, 29 Aug. 1670. 

Mr. (William) Ironside, 27 Feb. 167 J. 

Mr. (Hugh) Prust, 29 March 167 1. 

Mr. Thomas Yong, 17 July 1671. 

Mr. Hugh Knight, 12 Oct. 1672. 

Mr. Thomas Paul, 2 Nov. 1672. 

Mr. Joseph Jane, 8 Nov. 1672. 

Mr. Philip Yonge, 14 Nov. 1672. 

Mr. James Pope, 21 Nov. 1672. 

Mr. William 4 Farmer, 23 Nov. 1672. 

Mr, James Saunders, 22 May 1675. 

Mr. Jonathan Crumpe, 20 Sept. 1675. 

Robert Rogers 6 , 1 Sept. 1675, sepelitur in cemiterio. 

William Lush, 1 Oct. 1675, sepultus in claustro. 

Mr. Nicholas Strangwich, 23 Oct. 1676 [false]. 



1 Wood notes 'see more of these 
persons in the next leafe,' where he 
gives their excerpts from the University 
matriculation register. These may be 
omitted here, to make reference to the 
splendid Registers of Wadham College 
by Rev. R. B. Gardiner. 

2 (The reason of their being registered 
in the Register of the parish church was 
no doubt the claim of a fee.) 

3 (Aungier.) 



4 Wood notes, p. 13 MS. Wood D 5, 
'in the matriculation book I find no 
William Farmer, but Thomas, aet. 17, 
1672, May 23, Alius Radulphi, de urbe 
Bristoll, ministri.' Another note is 
1 Thomas Farmer, fellow-commoner, 
sepultus in capella: vide epitaphium.' 
- 5 Wood notes : — ' Robertus Rogers 
non occurrit in libro matriculae: fuit 
serviens.' 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 221 



In claustro \ 

C. B. 1665 [i.e. Christopher Brooks, manciple]. 
J.Y. 1671. 

J. S. 1675 [forte James Saunders: quaere]. 

G. L. 1675 [i.e. Gulielmus Lush]. 

Wadham college, March 24, i6fj; in the outward chappell, 
beginning on the south side, are these inscriptions following : — 

H. S. obiit 4 Julii 1635 [i.e. Henry Stacy? ; Henry Sanford? ; Hum- 

phrey Slocum?]. 
R. A. 1668 [i.e. Richard Appleford?]. 
J. R. 1656 [i.e. John Rogers]. 

Hie jacet sepultus Thomas Ainscombe Coll. Wadh. commensalis : 

mortuus est Sept. 23, 1666. 
T. B. obiit 9 Jan. 1638 (i.e. f) [i. e. Thomas Bishop?]. 
R. R. 1660 [i.e. Robert Ridler, commensalis]. 

T. J. [i.e. Thomas Ironside (matric.) May 1643, fi nus Gilberti 

Ironside de Stapleton in com. Dorset, sacerdotis, obiit anno 
aetatis 19]. 

W, E. 1669 [i.e. Elston, servitour]. 

D. M. May 17, 1643. 

J. G. 1666 [i.e. Goffe; non occurrit in libro matriculae]. 

Here lyeth John Buller, esqre, Aug. 2, 1634 [a decayed gentleman; 

heir to 800 //. per annum, as is reported : put in butler by the 
. foundress to whom he was neare allyed. The non-ultra walk 

was called Buller's walke or Buller's non-ultra walke : vide 

notas ex libro PP. matriculae]. 
W. F. 1 66 1 [i.e. Faukner]. 
J. H. 1665 [i.e. John Hall, servitour]. 
T. M. 1662 [i.e. Thomas Mathew]. 
J. A. 1668 [i.e. Angier, clericus]. 

M. T. [i.e. Matthaeus Thomas, commensalis, 1666J. 

E. H. [i. e. Edward Holt ?, quaere in notis ex registro Holywell, 

1668]. 

Johannes French, commensalis, March 29, 1669. [He hath a faire 
monument.] 

S. H., A. M., W. C. C, mortalitati non vitae valedixit, Dec. 2, 1658 

[i. e. Samuel Heme, Art. Mag., Wad. coll. commensalis]. 
T. B. 1669 [i.e. Thomas Bishop, commensalis]. 

1 viz. of Wadham college : Wood gives the initials on the stones, with his con- 
jectures as to the persons meant. 



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Gilbcrtus Stokes, S. T. B., obiit 16 Oct. 1654 [He was put in one of 

the chapleyns by the foundresse]. 
J. W. Aug. 2, 1643 [> e - J onn Walwin?; John Warr?; John 

Whitby ?]. 

T. S. 1660 [i.e. Tristram Sugg, socius: an excellent disputant, a ripe 
schoolman ; left severali theological MSS. behind him of his 
composition, which are deemed fit by some to be published]. 

J. B. 1660 [i.e. John Ball, socius]. 

E. C. Art. Mag. 1668 [i.e. Edmund Chadwell]. 

E. A. Dec. 2, 1642 [see in collectaneis ex registro S ae Crucis vulgo 
Halywell]. 

R. A. June 24, 1663 [quaere of Mr. (George) Ashwell]. 
Carfax register, thus: — 

'The 2 nd June 1614 Mr. Thomas Harrys, the son of Mr. Francis 
Harrys, was buried at Waddam College.' 

S. Mary Magdalen parish register, beginning 1574. 

[Note that this register, which is in paper and much decayed, 
I transcribed 1 into Dutch paper and bound it up at my owne charg, 
and gave it to the parish, 1667 (i. e. f).] 

Baptized. 

Alexander Cawfeild, 29 Nov. 1579. 
Arthur Cawfeild, 23 Oct. 1580. 
Catherine Cawfeild, 17 Sept. 1582. 
Thomas Cawfeild, 2 March i58f. 
Marie Lettice Cawfeild, 25 May 1585. 
Henry Cawfeild, 18 Oct. 1586. 

William Cawfeild, 8 Oct. 1587 [which William was afterward made 
lord Cawfeild, baron of Charlemont in Ireland]. 

Margaret Cawfeild, 17 Jan. i58f [she was married to Thomas Berry 
of Ludlow in Salop, esq. He beares ' ermine on a bend blue, 
3 fleur de liz or/ Dr. Arthur Berry (who calls himself Bury), 
rector of Exeter college, beares the same coat]. 

Elizabeth Cawfeild, 12 April 1590. 

[Note that all these Cawfeilds were the children of Georg 
Cawfeild, recorder of the city of Oxon (living somtimes in 
that house in Canditch which was pulled downe for the building 
of Kettell hall) by Martha his wife, daughter of Richard 
Taverner of Woodeaton in com. Oxon. esq. The said Georg 
1 Wood's Life and Times, ii. 131. 



CHAP. XXXIX, OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 223 



Cawfeild was buried 13 Oct. 1603, in one of the chancells, as 
I conceive.] 

Married. 

Mr. John Case and Elizabeth Dobson, 30 Dec. 1574. 

Barthelmew [Warner] and Anne Dobson, 30 Sept. 1583. [Note 
that in Dr. Case's epitaph in S. John's college chapel, 
Dr. Barthelmew Warner is said to be ' gener Doctoris Case.'] 

Hugh Boseley and Joan Hewett, 8 May 1580. 

Buried. 

Lewis ap Howell alias James, M.A., fellow of S. John's college, 

buried Sept. 1565. [A.B. <i.e. MS. Wood D 3 > 219.] 
Mr. Richard Hewett, 28 Feb. 157^. 
Robert Pacy, scholar of S. John's, 19 Jan. 157-7-. 
S r . . . Brady, Art. bac. of S. John's college, 22 July 1577. 
Mris. Joan Hewett, wife of alderman (Roger) Hewett, 30 July 1580. 
Mr. William Smyth, physitian, 24 Feb. 158^. 
S r . . . Gethyn, Art. bac, 1 March 158}. 
S r . . . Allen, 28 June 1583. 
Richard Baker, vicar of the parish, 24 Feb. 158 J. 
Henry Roper, gent., 19 Feb. 158^. 
. . . , wife of Mr. Richard Bellyngham, n Aug. 1585. 
Elizabeth Caxon, 11 May 1586. 
Mr. . . . Spencer, 25 Oct. 1586. 
Mr. Roger Hewett, alderman, 5 March i58f. 
Mr. William Lee, ultimo Sept. 1587. 
Mr. John Elston, 8 Nov. 1.587. 
William Bayly, of Balliol college, 3 Nov. 1588. 
Mr. Edward Babington, 10 Febr. 158^ 
Mr. Michael Hubbard, gent., 18 June 1589. 

S. Mary Magdalen: out of another register beginning anno 1602. 

Baptized. 

Richard, son of Sir George Southcote, knight, 18 Dec. 161— \ 
Benjamin, son of Mr. Timothie Woodroffe and Elizabeth his wife, 
29 April 1638. [Borne in an house in Canditch (where 
Mris. Brooks liveth or therabouts) against the theatre : now 
D.D., canon of Ch. Ch.] 



1 Perhaps 1613: one figure destroyed. 



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1 lcnry Colcy, son of Henry Coley, joyner, and Grace Scylly his wife, 
baptized 22 Oct. 1633. [This Coley is now an almanack- 
maker.] 

Buried. 

Thomas Conisbie, son & heire of Sir Thomas Conisbie, knight, buried 

22 May 1602. 
Mr. John Eveley, buried 10 Aug. 1604. 

John, son of Mr. William Ryves, councellour at law, ultimo Junii 
1615. 

Ann Warner, wife of Dr. Barthelmew Warner, 22 Nov. 16 15. 
Edward Wallys, gent., 23 Apr. 16 16. 

Owen Vertue, M.A., fellow of S. John's college, 3 Dec. 16 17. 
Robert Chapman, fellow of Balliol college, 28 Dec. 161 7. 
Robert Lynke, M.A., 27 Jan. 161 J. 
Richard, son of Richard Comely, gent., 8 March 16 if. 
Mr. John Paulet of Balliol college, 12 Apr. 161 8. 
The mother of Dr. (Bartholomew) Warner, 3 May 161 8. 
Thomas, son of Mr. William Ryves, Justice of the Peace, 16 July 
1618. 

Mr. Edward Littlewode from the George inn, 18 Oct. 1618. 

Dr. Bartholomew Warner, M.D., regius professor, 26 Jan. i6if. 

Ann, wife of Mr. John Baber, 3 Apr. 16 19. 

Mr. Thomas Darte of Balliol college, 20 July 1619. 

Mr. John Baber the elder, 22 Oct. 16 19. 

Mr. Humphrey Justice, fellow of S. John's college, 10 Jan. i6f 

Mr. Robert Mitton, 3 May 1620. 

Mr. Thomas Stevens, fellow of S. John's college, 1 June 1620. 
William Crompton, gentleman-commoner of Trinity college, son and 

heir to Thomas Crompton, esq., 13 Dec. 1620. 
William Wise, A.B. of Balliol college, 10 March 162^. 
Luke Eaton, 28 June 162 1. [The same, as I suppose, that was 

cook of, and benefactor to, Exeter college.] 
(? John) Wood, M.A. fellow of Balliol college, 19 July 1621. 
Toby Chitwode, gentleman-commoner of Trinity college [son of 

Richard Chitwode (Chetwode) of Woodhall in com. Hertford], 

30 Aug. 1 62 1. 

Dr. , . . Johnson, a physitian, buried in S. Marie's church, 16 Nov. 

162 1 [perhaps died in this parish]. 
Mris. Anne Owen, 25 July 1622., 

William Bourne, gent., Bac. of Arts of S. John's college, buried neare 
the minister's seat, 5 March i62|. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 225 



The lady Clark, wife of Sir William Clark, knight, 23 April 1624. 
John Crabtree, Bac. of Arts of Balliol college, 26 Apr. 1624. 
The wife of Mr. Thomas Flexney, 1 Sept. 1624. 
Mr. William Bennett, 29 Sept. 1624. 

Mr. (William) Ames, fellow of St. John's college, 24 Nov. 1624. 
Tisdale Wynchester, scholar of Balliol college, 30 April 1625. 
Mr. George Blagrave, fellow of S. John's college, 4 May 1625. 
Mr. William Langley, 19 Feb. 162 j.. 
S r . . . Davies, A.B. of Edmund Hall, 23 April 1626. 
Matthias Scultetus, a German, 6 Aug. 1627. 
Oliver Skeyt, of S. John's college, 16 Oct. 1627. 
Knightley Wyncott, of S. John's college, 18 Febr. 162 J. 
Nathan. Tatershall, A.B. of Balliol college, 7 March 162^. 
Mr. Thomas Chambers, A.M., fellow of Balliol college, 15 March 
162J. 

Robert Skibbow, of Balliol college, 18 March 162J. 
John Merry, of S. John's college, 13 Sept. 1628. 
Alice Wallys, wife of Mr. John Wallys, 14 Sept. 1628. 
Mr. Thomas Wyngham, of S. John's college, 27 Nov. 1629. 
Mr. Martin Bull, 17 Apr. 162^9. 

Mris. Mary Rives, wife of Mr. Timothie Ryves, 8 Nov. 1629. 
Mr. Brian Nayler, 1 May 1630. 
Mr. Francis Woodlie, 20 Apr. 1631. 

Mr. William Bigmore, LL.Bac, fellow of S. John's college, 24 Aug. 
1 63 1. [In S. John's college chapel is a monument set up to 
the memory of this person, and therfore I suppose he is 
buried there; yet no mention of it in this parish register. 
Therefore quaere whether those persons of S. John's college 
before mentioned were not buried in their chappell and not in 
this church.] 

Mr. Martin Partridge, Bac. of Div., fellow of S. John's college, buried 
in the college chappell, 30 Apr. 1632. [This is the first 
person of S. John's college that this register mentions to be 
buried in that college chapel: so probably those before 
mentioned of S. John's were buried in Magdalen parish 
church.] 

Mr. Robert Parry, Bac. of Div., fellow of Balliol college, 26 May 1633. 
Mr. Richard Pates, M.A. of Trinity college, 16 Jan. 163^. 
The worshipfull Mr. William Rowce, 7 March 163-f. 
Mr. William Pickering, M.A. and gentleman-commoner of Trinity 
college, 12 Apr. 1635. 

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Mr. William Finch, gentleman-commoner of Trinity college, 4 Oct. 

Mr. Robert Hemmings, B.A. of Balliol college, 12 Mar. 1636. 
John Bell, esquire bedell of the University, 20 Sept. 1636. 
Tobie Sandford, gentleman-commoner of Balliol college, 26 Jan. 
i*3f 

Mr. Richard Bull, gentleman bedell of the Universitie, 14 July 1637. 

Marie, wife of Mr. Robert Lynck, M.A., 18 Oct. 1638. 

Mr. John Stock, fellow of S. John's college, buried in the college 

chappell, 5 Nov. 1638 
Mr. Thomas Atkinson, Bac. Div. of S. John's college, buried in the 

college chapel, 6 Febr. i63f. 
Georg Wats, of Trinity college, 11 Apr. 1639. 
Unton, son of William Wallys, gent., 14 Apr. 1639. 
Mris. Anne Pee, gentlewoman, 16 July 1639. 
Thomas Day, scholar of Exeter college, 22 Oct. 1639. 
S r (James) Wythers, A.B. of Balliol college, 5 Nov. 1639. 
Edward Cooper, Bac. Div., fellow of Balliol college, in the chancell, 

27 July 1640. 

Mr. Robert Gregorie, of S. John's college, 14 Febr. 164^. 
Thomas Paynter, B.A. of S. John's College, 1 Apr. 1641. 
Mr. John Ballard, of Worcester, 18 July 1641. 

John Lyle, gentleman-commoner of Trinity college, 27 August 164 1. 

Margaret, wife of Samuel Tipping, gent., 22 Oct. 1641. 

Mris. Sarah Isod, gentlewoman, 10 Feb. 1641. 

Brian Waisworth, commoner of Balliol college, 23 May 1642. 

(Edward) Lutterell, gent., Bac. Art., somtimes of Exeter college, 
was buried in the founder's choire, 23 July 1642. 

Robert Webb, gent., 22 Jan. 164%. 

Thomas Webb, gent., 15 May 1643, m tne churchyard. 

Thomas Thorold, gent., an antient-bearer, 18 June 1643. 

William Robinson, an antient-bearer, 27 June 1643. 

Sir Edmund Lenthall, 23 July 1643. 

Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Timothie Ryves, 16 Aug. 1643. 

William Stoakes, dancing master, 24 Aug. 1643. [A book of vault- 
ing was penned by him, and since his death published.] 

Mris. Rebecca Forder, gentlewoman, ult. Sept. 1643. 

Mr. Timothy Ryves the elder, ult. Sept. 1643. 

Mris. Mary Pundall, 15 Oct. 1643. 

Thomas Whitney, gent., 27 Nov. 1643. 

. . . Merry, fellow of Balliol college, 3 Dec. 1643. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 227 



Mr. Thomas Draper, 10 Jan. 164 J. 

Colonell . . . Penchback, 23 Jan. 164J: from Mris. Speed's house. 
Dr. . . . Smyth [quaere] from Henry Hodges his house, 8 Febr. 

Edward Wylson, Bac. Div., somtimes fellow of Balliol college, 4 Aug. 
1644. 

Colonell . . . Windebanke, 3 May 1645. 

Bridgett, wife of Mr. Unton Croke, 27 Febr. 164-}. 

Mr. John Templer, schoolmaster, 15 May 1653. 

(? Richard) Dugard, of S. John's college, hanged himself in his 
chamber at the college, buried 31 May 1653, m tne church- 
yard. 

Mr. John Barber, 6 May 1654. 

Mr. John Blagrave, M.A. and fellow of S. John's college, 12 March 

Mris. Elizabeth Parsons, widow of Dr. (Philip) Parsons, 17 March 
i65i 

Edward Clark, gentleman-commoner of Balliol college, 11 Nov. 1656. 
Dr. . . . Vivian, 2 Dec. 1656. 

Mr. Hugh Standon, A.M., fellow of Balliol college, 12 Dec. 1657. 
Nicholas Chaloner, gentleman-commoner of Trinity college, 15 Dec. 
1657. 

Mr. Georg Hemmyng, M.A., Balliol college, 4 Febr. i6|-§-. 
Mr. William Wyllyams, of S. John's, 20 Dec. 1660. 
Giles Paulett, esq., buried in the minister's chancell, 21 Feb. i66f. 
John Perkyns, B.A. of S. John's college, in the parish chancell, 7 Jan. 
i66i 

Mr. Benjamin Guillim was buried in the north isle of the church, 
16 Oct. 1662. 

Mris. Katherine Allworth, buried in the body of the church, 4 Oct. 1664. 
Gregory Ballard, LL.B., somtimes fellow of S. John's, in the chancell, 
28 Dec. 1664. 

Mr. Samuel Bisbie, in the body, 9 May 1665. [S. Bisbie was a 

servitor of Balliol college.] 
Thomas Price, M.A., fellow of Balliol college, in the chancell, 

26 May 1665. 

(Oliver) Craven, Bac. of Arts of Trinity college, in the south body, 
19 June 1666. He was drowned. Vir optimae spei. [Non 
occurrit in libro matriculae.] 

Mathew Packer, fellow of S. John's college, in the body of the church 
called the north body, n Aug. 1666. 

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John Downe, commoner of Trinity college, in the body of the 

church, on the north side, 16 Aug. 1666. He was drowned. 
Mr. Richard Kinton, fellow of Balliol college, in the minister's 

chancell, n Sept. 1667. 
Mr. Edward Powys, commoner of Trinity college, in the minister's 

chancell, 16 July 1668. 
•Mris. Elizabeth Baylie, widdow of Dr. (Richard) Baylie, in the 

minister's chancell, 5 Oct. 1668. 
William Ecles, B.A., of Trinity college, in the north body, 27 Oct. 

1670. 

Henry Dugard, scholar of Trinity college, in the body of the church, 
27 Sept. 1671. 

Mr. Stephen Guillim, a Londoner, in the body of the church, 8 Aug. 
1672. 

A gentleman was buried from Mris. Mountford's house in Canditch, 
3 Febr. i67f. [His name was (Martin) Roseinstan 1 , a Dane, 
who hanged himself. Buried in the south churchyard.] 

Charles Barone, a gentleman-commoner of S. John's college, in the 
[north] body of the church, 12 Feb. 167^. 

Anthony Hugget, gentleman-commoner of Gloucester hall, in the 
body of the church, 17 Aug. 1675 : [prius ex Acad. Cantab.]. 

John Waterworth, A.M., fellow of Trinity college, in the minister's 
chancell, 26 Nov. 1675. 

Georg To will, commoner of Balliol, 29 Nov. 1675, in the parish 
chancell. 

Mr. Fanshaw Kettle, in the parish chancell, 17 Apr. 1677 [owner of 
Kettle Hall : nephew to Dr. Ralph Kettle, who built that hall]. 

S. Martin's register, beginning 1562. 
Baptized. 
Orlando Gybbons, 25 Dec. 1583. 

William Chillingworth, son of William Chillingworth, ultimo Oct. 

1602 [afterward the learned Chillingworth]. 
Robert Davenant, son of Mr. (John) Davenant, vintner, 14 Apr. 1604. 
William Davenant, son of John Davenant, vintner, 3 March 160^ 

[afterward Sir William Davenant, the play-maker]. 
William Wryght, son of Martin and Katherine Wright, 29 June 161 9 

[now (1679) alderman and Parliament man]. 
John, son of John Paynton, 29 March 1630. 

1 Wood's Life and Times, ii. 280. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 229 



Charls, son of Mr. Charts Holloway, 20 May 1630. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Peter Diapine, 28 Dec. 1634. 

Ann Shreive, daughter of Thomas Shreive, baptized 13 July 1643, 

being after her father's death [afterwards wife of John (son of 

John) Paynton, before-mentioned]. 

Married. 

Richard Haynes and Alice Bracegirdle, 18 Jan. 156!. 
Richard Flaxney and Ann ... ,29 Oct. 1565. 
Mr. Nicholas Balgay and Elizabeth Coggan, 1 Sept. 1567. 
Mr. . . . Colsell and Elizabeth Ivery, 27 July 1570. 
William Williams and Katherine Dodwell, 17 Jan. i57|. 
Rowland Williams and Elizabeth Lynke, 24 Oct. 1574. 
John Walker and Margaret Coggan, 10 Dec. 1575. 
Francis Annes and Ursula Wayte, 29 Jan. i57f. 
Thomas Wayte and Jane At wood, 28 Jan. 157 J. 
Martin Bull and Joan Chapman, 16 May 1584. 

William Martin, Mr. of Arts, and Mris. Elizabeth Tatham, 8 June 

1584 [see in the burialls, 1631 and 1634]. 
Mathew Harrison and Mary Plumpton, 21 Dec. 1590. 
Mr. Richard Good and Frances Drewrie, 19 Sept. 1596. 
Thomas Penne and Ann Mylles, 15 Feb. 160 J. 
John Edmunds and Alice Boswell, 24 Sept. 16 10. 
John Dewe and Joan Payne, 14 Apr. 1623. 

Richard Fletcher of Chadlington, clerk, and Frances Osbaldeston, 1624. 
Thomas Whitburne, gent., of Wool-church in London, and Elizabeth 

Rumsford of this parish, 12 Apr. 1626. 
Mr. Peter Yeate of Stanlake and Mris. Anne Skee of Shipton under 

Whichwood, (? 1626). 
Thomson Hanks of Bampton and Margery Coxeter, 25 June 1631. 
Richard Seman and Katherine Wryght of this parysh, 8 March 164J. 

Buried. 

Maud Flaxney, 1 March i56§. 

Richard Jauncy, scholar, n April 1563. 

Richard Wayte, 5 Oct. 1563. 

Bennet Noble, 30 Nov. 1566; infans. 

Stephen Flaxney, infans, 11 Jan. i56f. 

James Dodwell, buried in S. Marie's church, 27 March 156^. 

Joane Underhill, 7 June 157 1. 

Mr. . . . Jones, 12 Jan. i57f. 



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Mr. . . . Taverner 1 , 28 July 1577 [John Taverner: see notes from 
the bishop's will-office kept by Mr. (Nicholas) Horsman. See 
among the marriages in S. Aldate's]. 

Mr. . . . Archdale, 1 Aug. 1577. 

Mr. Bernard Archdale, 12 Aug. 1577. 

Mr. Richard Whittingdon, late alderman of the City, 15 May 1578. 
Mris. . . . Edges, 15 Aug, 1578. 
Catherine Underhill, 23 Dec. 1578. 
Giles Bower, a scholar, 20 Sept. 1580. 
Mr. ... Tattleton [(John) Tarleton], 20 Feb. 158$. 
Mris. . . . Danks, 7 Apr. 1581. 
Anthony Stokes, a scholar, 12 Nov. 1581. 
Mris. . . . Tattleton, 27 June 1582. 
Bernard Archdale, 27 May 1582. 
Mr. Richard Yate, 24 March 1583. 
Mr. . . . Woode, 11 June > 



Mris. ... Woode, n July J 0 4 " 
William Brishe, son of Mr. John Brishe, 29 June 1585 [Brees, vel 
Brice, puto]. 

Mris. Alice Coggan, wife of Mr. Thomas Coggan, 14 Oct. 1585. 

Mris. . . . Aston, a french woman, 29 March 1587. 

Mr. Thomas Cossum his son called William, 15 Oct. 1587. 

Harcourt Taverner, 25 Oct. 1587. [This Harcourt Taverner was 
son of Richard Taverner 2 of Woodeatcn, esq., by Marie 
Harcourt his second wife, and half-brother to John Taverner, 
Mr. of Arts and parson of Woodeaton, the same as I conceive 
with ' Mr. . . . Taverner ' (before mentioned) buried here 
28 July 1577. He was a wild yong man, and being found 
guilty of robbing on the highway, was, with one of the Woods 
of Wood-end in Cumnore parish, executed in the Castle yard.] 

Mris. . . . Aubrey, 20 Dec. 1587. 

Mr. Thomas Coggan, 30 March 1588. 

Mris. . . . Whittingdon, 30 Apr. 1588. 

Mris. Margaret Heath, 10 July 1588. 

Mr. . . . Raglan, out of Richard Hewet's house, . . . July 1588. 
Whittingdon Martin, son of William Martin, 7 Aug. 1589. 
Mr. Richard Plumpton, 28 Aug. 1590. 
Mr. . . . Kyte, 9 Dec. 1590. 

1 (Taverner and Archdale were victims of the ' Black Assizes,' i. 269.) 

2 Wood's Life and Times, i. 40. 




CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 231 



Thomas Cossum. 20 May 1591. [One Thomas Cossum was mayor 

of Oxon, 1604 ; a cordwainer.] 
Mris. Mary Glasier, wife of Dr. (Thomas) Glasier, 3 Jan. 159^. 
Mris. . . . Noble, wife of alderman (William) Noble, 2 Apr. 1592. 
jane, daughter of Dr. (Thomas) Glasier, 12 Aug. 1592. 
Peter, son of Mr. . . . Orill, 23 Sept.] 



Mr. Orill's wife . . . , 27 Sept. j 
Robert Lingard, died in the parish ; buried at New College, 25 March 

1594 [no fellow]. 
Joanne Wright, 14 Oct. 1594. 

Mris. Margaret Rowe, wife of alderman (Thomas) Rowe, 5 Sept. 



Mris. . . . Cossum, ult. Oct. 1597 [wife of alderman Thomas Cossum. 
I think]. 

Mr. Edmund Coggan, 5 Aug. 1598. 
Mr. Robert Dawbney, 17 Sept. 1598. 
Thomas Rowe, alderman, 14 Jan. 159^. 
Mr. Edmund Bennet, 28 May 1602. 

Mr. . . . Garrett, father to Mris. . . . Lane, 12 Maii 1603. 

Mris. . . . Dodwell, wife to alderman (Henry) Dodwell, 5 Oct. 1606. 

Mr. . . . Stone, 6 Jan. 16 if. 

Mr. . . . Washer, a prisoner, 14 March i6i|-: executed. 

Thomas, son of Mr. Thomas Crompton [a goldsmyth], 14 Apr. 1613. 

Margaret, daughter of Mr. William Wright, 15 Feb. 16 if. 

Mr. Thomas Harrys, son of Mr. Francis Harrys, buried at Wadham 

college, 11 June 161 4. 
Mris. . . . Forster, 28 Dec. 16 14. 

Mr. . . . Bagwell, a stranger from the King's head, 15 July 16 15. 
Mr. (Leonard) Yate, from the Castle, 15 March 16 if. 
Mr. William Smyth, 4 Aug. 1616. 

Mr. . . . Hatton, 5 Nov. 16 16 [Timothy Hatton, quaere]. 
Mr. Richard Theed, innkeper. 9 March i6i4. 
Mr. William York, 6 March 16 1| ; innkeeper. 
Mr. (Richard) Amye, parson of the parish, 23 Dec. 161 8. 
Mr. alderman (Walter) Payne, 23 Dec. 161 9. 
Jane Davenet, wife of John Davenet, 5 April 1622. 
John Davenant, mayor of the Citie, 23 Apr. 1622. 
Mary Dew, the wife of John Dew, 17 Feb. i62§. 
Joan Dew, wife of John Dew, somtimes widdow of alderman 
(Walter) Payne, 23 March 162}. 



Mr. . . . Orill himself, 25 Sept. 




1597- 



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Elianor, wife of Mr. Roger Gryffyn, 8 Aug. 1625. 

. . . , wife of Mr. Thomas Crompton [goldsmith], 26 Aug. 1625. 

Robert Wilmote, lately ballive of this citie, a parishioner of S. Peter 

in the Baylie, 24 Oct. 1625. 
Martin, son of Martin Wright, 4 Apr. 1627 : infans. 
Mr. Joseph Brooks, 20 Sept. 1630, inkeeper. 
Mr. Thomas Bird, of S. Thomas' parish, 20 Nov. 1630. 
William Martin, esq., 11 Sept. 163 1. 
Thomas Powell, of Wales, gent., 12 Apr. 1632. 
Henry Wright, son of Martin, 8 Nov. 1633. 
Mris. Elizabeth Martyn, 16 Aug. 1634. 
David Edwards, gent., a stranger, 28 June 1635. 
Mris. Alyce Bryce, widdow, of the Cross inn, 27 Aug. 1635. 
Mr. Thomas Collys, householder, 14 Jan. 163I-. 
Mr. William Wright, alderman, 28 Feb. 163I [baker 1 ]. 
Captain Nathaniel Knot, 18 March 163 J. 
Mr. Thomas Hallum, vintner, 1 Oct. 1636. 

Mris. Dina [Diana] Chillingworth, wife of Mr. Ralph Chillingworth of 

S. Thomas' parish, 14 July 1638. 
Mris. Alice Bird, widdow of Thomas Bird, of S. Thomas' parish, 

31 July 1638. 

Henry Coggan, son of Mr. Thomas Coggan, 9 Sept. 1639. 
Mris. Luce Randoll, widow, mother to Mr. Thomas Coggan, 1 6 Sept. 
1639. 

Mr. Thomas Dewe, innkeeper, 12 Jan. i6f§. 

Mr. John Dewe, somtimes mayor of the citie, 24 Feb. i6ff. 

Mr. Thomas Cooper, somtimes mayor and late burgess of the 

Parliament, as also alderman, 13 Aug. 1640. [He died 

11 Aug.] 

Mris. Sibilla Smyth, 23 Feb. 164^. 

Elizabeth St. Paul, daughter of Triumph S. Paule, 22 June 1642. 

Mr. William Allum, one of Sir John Byron's troopers, 29 Oct. 1642. 

Mris. Rose Worsley, widdow, 17 Feb. i64§. 

Mr. Thomas Pen [chaundler], 8 Apr. 1643. 

Mr. Thomas Shreive, 12 Apr. 1643. 

Mr. John Kelly, his majestic' s servant, 15 Apr. 1643. 

Mr. Edward Poole, prince Charles his servant, 17 Apr. 1643. 

Mr. Joseph . . . , head-groom of his majestic' s stables, 21 Apr. 1643. 

Mr. Thomas Feild, a leivtenant, 2 May 1643. 

Georg Terent, a lievtenant, 6 May 1643. 

1 ' baker ' substituted for ' goldsmith.' 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 233 



Francis Newton, a captain, 3 June 1643. 

John Crane, one of the earl of Dorset's gent., 16 July 1643. 

Robert Conisbey, a lieutenant-colonell, 18 July 1643. 

Sir Walter Norton, knight, 18 July 1643. 

Rodolph Mortize, gent., nigh Reading, 23 July 1643. 

Mris. Joan Shreyve, widdow, 24 July 1643. 

Ursula S. Paule, wife of Mr. Triumph S. Paul, 25 July 1643. 

Mr. Josias Brome, his majestie's Serjeant trumpeter, 26 July 1643. 

Katherine Wrvght, alderwoman, 3 Aug. 1643. 

Richard Lacy, captaine, 7 Aug. 1643. 

Mris. Ann Pen, widdow, 16 Aug. 1643. 

Mr. John Herryngman [forte Herringham], one of his majestie's 

yeomen-ushers, 19 Aug. 1643. 
Robert Rankyn, Mr. Murrey's freind, 22 Aug. 1643. 
Mr. John Church, 14 Sept. 1643. 
Lewys S. Paul. 20 Sept. 1643. 
Petre de Termino, 2 Oct. 1643. 

Mr. Robert Hunt, a mint-master, from New inne, 9 Oct. 1643. 
Mr. William Combes, one of his majestie's servants, 21 Oct. 1643. 
Mris. Grace Bushey, 27 Oct. 1643. 
Mr. John Turbervyll, 1 Nov. 1643. 
Mris. Judith Grizell, 6 Nov. 1643. 

[Note that in the year 1643 raged in Oxon a disease called morbus 
campestris, of which many worthy persons died.] 
Mr. John Harper, servant to the lord Grandison, 5 Feb. 164!. 
Mr. Thomas Cogan, 8 March i64f. 

Mr. Daniel Hough, of Lyncoln college, Bac. of Div., 11 March i64f. 
Mr. Edward Stuart, one of the duke of Richmond's servants, 8 Apr. 
1644. 

Mr. Henry Lettice, the lord Arundell's servant, 16 Apr. 1644. 
Mris. Julian Home, 11 May 1644. 

Mr. I " " " gyham } tW ° ^ ent ' S0 ^ erS ' 3° J 644« 
Mr. Francys Nicolls, the prince's purveyour, 4 June 1644. 
Laurence Target, one of his majestie's slaughter-men, 1 July 1644. 
Mr. Richard Briggs, one of the lord Dorset's retinew, 3 July 1644. 
Lewys Bushey, one of the prince's chirurgions, 6 Aug. 1644. 
Mr. Francis Tabor, major Hall's nephew, a gentleman soldier, 15 
Aug. 1644. 

Mr. Thomas Davys, his majestie's grainkeeper, 20 Aug. 1644. 
Mr. John Hendrid, of Fleet street, London, hatter, 15 Sept. 1644. 



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Mr. Richard Andrews, a London vintner, 20 Sept. 1644. 
Mr. William Davys, son of Mr. Thomas Davys, 7 Oct. 1644. 
Mr. John Canon, 1 Jan. 164 J. 

Mris. Bridget Hewes, the wife of Mr. Thomas Hewes, 10 March 164%. 

Mr. Henry Wrench, 8 May 1645. 

Mris. Grace Wrench, his wife, 12 May 1645. 

Mr. Richard S. Paul, one of his majestie's servants, 26 July 1645. 

Mr. John Brise, a cornet of horse, 29 Aug. 1645. 

Mris. Ellen Blacket, widdow, 8 Sept. 1645. 

Mr. Henry Brise, the cornet's brother, 13 Sept. 1645. 

Mary, daughter of Mr. Richard S. Paul before-mentioned, 28 Sept. 

1645, a child. 
Mr. John Penn, 20 Nov. 1645. 

Elizabeth S. Paul, the posthume of Mr. Richard S. Paul, 1 Dec. 1645. 

Mr. James Chesterman, 19 Jan. 164%. 

Charls, son of Mr. Charls Nevyll, 27 Jan. 164%. 

Giles Wyddowes, rector of S. Martin's church, 4 Feb. 164I-: died in 

Gloucester hall. 
Mr. Roger GrifTyn, baker, 16 May 1650. 

Mr. John Cox, a stranger, of Wotton-under-Edge, 14 Nov. 1651. 
Mr. William Davenant was buried in the church, 12 Dec. 1651. 
Mris. Ann James, wife of Dr. Thomas James, 22 June 1655 [buried 

by the Underhills, she being one of that family : vide inter 

matrimonia in ecclesia S. Thomae]. 
Grace Chesterman, widdow of Mr. James Chesterman, died 2 5 Feb. i6f J. 
Mr. Thomas Penn, died suddenly in S. Peter's in the East, 1 Oct. 

1660, buried here. 
Martin, son of William Wright, 18 Apr. 1665. 
Ann, daughter of John Paynton, 28 July 1665. 
Mr. Robert Colliber, 7 June 1667. 
Edward, son of John Paynton, 14 July 1667. 

Mris. . . . Hallum, widdow [of . . . Hallum, vintner; daughter of 

John Davenant, vintner], 27 Sept. 1667. 
Solladine Lychfeild, superior bedell of Arts [somtimes yeoman 

bedell], buried in the church chancell, 30 March 167 1. 
Mary, daughter of alderman (Martin) Wright, senior, 5 Oct. 1671. 
Mris. . . . Bristow, a widdow, [of (Richard) Bristow somtimes rector 

of Didcot, vel Dedicot, in Berks ; daughter of John Davenant 

before-mentioned, vintner],' 11 May 1672. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 235 

S. Marie the Virgin register, beginning 1599. 

{Clergy of S. Mary's.) 

(In this register the names of the clergy are occasionally given at 
the end of the entries for the year. Those noted by Wood are brought 
together here. Wood dates his excerpts from the register ' Jan. 9, 
i6J§,' ' Mr. (Robert) Kinsey ' being then vicar.) 

1599, Richard W r harton, socius coll. Oriel, vicarius : mentioned again 

as 1 curatus,' in 1608. 
160^, Johannes Day, curatus. 

1622, cessit Johannes Day curatus; successit Johannes Taylor. 
1632, John Home, curatus. 
164!, Henry Eccleston, vicarius. 



14 May, 1601, Jervace, filius 1 Henrici Ashworth, Med. Dris. 



[Dr. Ashworth's armes, ' . . . , cross engrailed . . . , between 4 fleur 
de liz . . . ; ' vide notes from MSS. in Oriel college library.] 
Ann, filia Henrici Dochen, 29 Jan i6oy. 

Johannes, filius . . . Yong, 1601. [This was afterwards Sir John 
Yong, of Great Milton in com. Oxon ; son of . . . Yong (by 
. . daughter of Dr. (Robert) Hoveden, warden of All Souls 
college), son of (John) Yong, bishop of Rochester.] 

Katherine, filia Henrici Dochen, 2 June 1603. 

Roderick, filius Thomas Wood, A.B., 5 Apr. 1604. 

Tobias, filius Henrici Dochen, 23 June 1605. 

Thomas, filius Thomas Frith, 2 Feb. i6of. 

Richard lies, filius Thomae, 3 March 160^. 

Henry, filius Henrici Dochen, 21 Apr. 1608. 

Francis, filius Dris. (Johannis) Cheynell, M.D., 6 July 1608. 

Richard, filius Henrici Dochen, 31 March 161 1. 

Henry Bignel, filius Fulconis Bignel, 17 July 161 1. 

Martha, filia Doctoris (Johannis) Cheynell, 6 Jan. 161J. 

Tobias, filius Johannis Garbrand, 19 Sept. 161 2. 

John Holloway, filius Thomae, 27 Sept. 161 2. 

Elizabeth Clayton, filia Dris. (Thomae) Clayton, 14 March i6if. 

William, filius Dris (Thomae) Clayton, 10 Aug. 161 9. 

Edward, filius Gulielmi Joyner alias Lyde, 26 Sept. 1619. 



Baptizati. 




Dec. 



Ann 1 , filia 



1 Buried 10 Feb. I$$f, 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Alicia, filia Edwardi Wolley, 13 Oct. 1622. 

Thomas, films Thomae Standard, generosi, 22 Sept. 1623. 

Francisca, filia Edwardi Wolley, 7 Nov. 1627. 

Robert, filius Henrici Crips, 4 March 162 J. 

Richard, filius Dris. Thomae lies, 29 March 1629. 

William, son of John Browne, ballive of Oxon, 22 Apr. 1629. 

Thomas, filius Thome lies, Doctoris, 12 Jan. 163 J. 

Henry, son of Mr. (John) Feild, 27 June 1631 : [now sub-deane of 
York : the said Mr. John Feild was a phisitian, and lived in 
Grope lane, where Mr. (Richard) Pledwell now lives.] 

Anne, daughter of James Pen and Ann his wife, 9 May 1639. 

Georg, son of Richard Yong, esq., 3 Aug. 1640. 

Chads, son of Sir Thomas Fanshaw, knight, 20 Sept. 1643. 

John Fulwar, son of Thomas Fulwar, bishop of Ardfert in Ireland, 
baptized in Oriel college chapel, 3 Nov. 1643. 

Anne, daughter of Sir Charles Gawdy and Eady Vere his wife, 1 Jan. 

Rupert, son of Thomas lord Dillon, and lady Fraunces his wife, 14 Jan. 
i6 4 f. 

Michael, son of Mr. Michael Babington, 2 Sept. 1644. 

Barbara, daughter of Edward Walker, esq., and Agnes his wife, 3 Oct. 

1644 [married to . . . Clopton of Clopton, neare Stratford-on- 

Avon]. 

Andrew, son of Henry Bignell, 19 Dec. 1644. 

Edward, son of Sir Edward Hyde, knight, chancellour of the Ex- 
chequer, baptized in All Souls college chapel, 1 Apr. 1645. 

Edward, son of Sir William Campion, knight, baptized in Brasnose 
college chapel, 15 Aug. 1645. 

Elizabeth, daughter of W T illiam Ereskyn, D.D., and Rachel his wife, 
29 Jan. i64f. 

Jane, daughter of Mr. Henry Ferrabosco, 5 Febr. 1 64% . 
John, son of John Haselwood, 14 May 1647. 

Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, sons, at one birth, of William Marsh and 
Prudence his wife, baptized 29 Dec. 1663 [see Dr. (Robert) 
Plot's book]. 

Gilbert- William, son of Dr. Thomas James, warden of All Souls college, 
16 June 1666. 

Matrimonia. 

Bernard Banger and Mary Tyllyard, 22 Aug. 1602. 
Thomas Frith and Elizabeth Wood, 29 Jan. i6o|. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 237 



Mr. Thomas Standard and Mris. Elizabeth Ashworth, married at 

Eifley, 24 Apr. 1615. 
Mr. William Taylor of S. John's college and Mris. Anne Warner 
married at S.Bartholomew's hospitall neare Oxon, 18 May 1620. 
W T illiam Turner and Susan Gryce ) married 30 Nov. 1620, at S. 



Mr. William Gifford of Wantage and Dorothie Scoles, 18 Oct. 1620, 
at S. Bartholomew's. 

Mr. William Hastings and Ann Cracknall, 4 Jan. 162 J, at S. Bar- 
tholomew's. 

Leonard Bowman and Elizabeth Potter, 12 Jan. i62§. 

Ferdinando Sheppard de Rollright [magna] in com. Oxon., gen., et 
Maria Wincot de Whichford in com. Warw., at S. Barthelmew's, 
24 June 1623. 

Henry Cripps and Amy Hodges, 27 Sept. 1623. 

William Jones, A.M., and Anne Beesley were married in S. John's 
parish church, Oxon, 25 Oct. 1623. 

John Peynton and Elizabeth Reeve, 24 Aug. 1628, at Barthelmew's. 

Thomas Hautin de Banbury and Katherine Dunch of Little Witnam 
in Berks, 5 July 1630, at Barthelmew's. 

Thomas Fifeild and Margaret Stevenson, 12 Apr. 1632, at. S. Bar- 
tholomew's. 

Mr. . . . Vivers and Ann Hautin, 23 Apr. 1632, at S. Bartholomew's. 

Thomas Penne and Anne Simmes, 18 Aug. 1632. 

Richard Lydall, Dr. of Physic, and Mris. Sarah Zouch, were married 
in Oriel college chapel, 20 July 1667. 

Edwardus Weston de Adderburie, gen., et Maria Morgan de Denton, 
1 Dec. 1623, at St. Barthelmew's. 

John Tooker, M.A., and Margaret Oldsworth of Cold Rogers in com. 
Glouc, 9 Sept. 1630. 

John Edwards, A.M., and Joane Coles, 16 Nov. 1638, at St. Barthel- 
mew's. 

Mr. Thomas Wilsford and Bridget Turner, 26 Nov. 1644. 

Sepulturae. 

(Wood notes one or two burials prior to the date of the register, 
viz. : — 




Barthelmew's. 



Thomas Griffith, M.A., buried 1562 : vide MS. Wood D 3, p. 218. 
James Williams. 

John Gore, M.A. : vide MS. Wood D 3, p. 213.) 



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WOOD'S CITY OF OXFORD. 



Thomas Dent, socius coll. Oriel, i Sept. 1599. 
Daniel Morrien, Westphalus, 26 Sept. 1599. 
Mr. John Griffith, 22 Nov. 1599. 

Jacobus Blunt, filius et haeres Johannis Blunt, armigeri, ex com. 

Hereford., 4 Maii 1600. 
John Jackman, medicus, olim coll. Oriel socius, 5 May 1600. 
Henry Dodwell, aldermannus civitatis Oxon, e parochia S. Martini, 

sepult. 3 Oct. 1600. 
John Rycroft, e coll. Omnium Animarum, ult. Sept. 1601. 
Thomas Davys, e coll. Omn. An., 2 Oct. 1601. 
Richard Garbrand, bibliopola, 13 Jan. 160J. 

Antonius Bruer, Art. Mag., olim coll. Oriel capellae mensaeque 
minister observatissimus, in choro ecclesiae B. Mar. Virginis 
magno cum Orielensium luctu situs, 22 Apr. 1602 [vide MS. 
Wood D 3, p. 2 1 6]. 

John Williams, pharmacopola, burgensis, et olim major civitatis Oxon, 
11 May, 1602. 

Georgius Barton, socius coll. Aenean., et S. Theol. Bac, 13 May 1602. 

Elianor Bracegirdle, uxor Rogeri Bracegirdle, 3 July 1602. [Brace- 
girdle's name on the tenor bell.] 

Elizabetha Garbrand, relicta Doctoris (Johannis) Garbrand, 10 Dec. 
1602. 

John Copland, de com. Gloc, 13 Dec. 1602. 

Edward Berry, coll. Oriel pauper scholaris, in cemiterio, 29 Jan. i6o§. 

Thomas Warrington, coll. Aenean., 19 March i6o§. 

Edward Bradle, scholaris, 22 March i6o|. 

Robert Heme, A.M., coll. Aenean., 15 May 1603. 

Roderique, filius Thomae Wood, 14 Apr. 1604, infans. 

Henry Milward, 30 March 1605. 

Robertus Holloway, filius Thomae Holloway, 3 May 1605. 
Margaret Cheynell, uxor Johannis Cheynell, medici, 6 May 1605. 
Hamden Braddyll, filius Radulphi Braddyll, 3 Nov. 1605. 
Richard Cotton, e coll. Aenean., filius (Henrici Cotton) episcopi Sarum, 

9 Apr. 1606. 
Jacobus Bradford, e coll. Aen. nas., 26 Apr. 1606. 
Nicholas, filius Bernardi Benger, 22 June 1606. 
John Colman, e coll. Aen. nas., 18 Dec. 1606. 
Robert Hargrove, B.A., e coll. Aen. nas., 24 Feb. i6of. 
Edward Foxcroft, e coll. Aen. nas., 13 June 1607. 
Owen Juell, filius Hermanni Juell, viceroy de Gotland in Denmark, 

domini de Abergh, Restrup, Gelgore, ult. Sept. 1607. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 239 



Alexander Hill, e coll. Aen. nas., 16 Oct. 1607. 

Amy Holloway, uxor Johannis Holloway, 7 Jan. 160 J. 

Christopher Berril, ex aula S. Mariae, 15 Aug. 1608. 

Richard Warton (Wharton), socius coll. Oriel, 10 Jan. i6o|. 

Mr. Henry Ball, ex aula Glocestr., 29 Jan. 160^. 

Daniel Many, a french man, n May 1609. 

Mris. Elizabeth Ryves, mater Doctoris (Georgii) Ryves, 25 May 1609. 
Maria, uxor Mri. Bernardi Benger, 25 Aug. 1609. 
Mris. Ann Garbrand, vidua, 18 Oct. 1609 [vide MS. Wood D 3, p. 210]. 
Mr. . . . Harrison, 14 Dec. 1609. 

Dr. (Edmund) Lylly, Master of Balliol college, 12 Febr. i6f§. 

D s (Edwardus) Pym, Art. bac. ex aula B. Mariae, 13 Apr. 16 10. 

Mr. Roger Bracegirdle, 19 Apr. 1610 [vide MS. Wood D 3, p. 210]. 

Mr. John Holloway, the towne clerk, 15 May 16 10. 

Gulielmus Croote, scholaris coll. Oriel, 19 June 16 10. 

Mris. Alice Almond, vidua, 10 July 16 10. 

Mris. . . . Miller, vidua, 25 Oct. 16 10. 

. . . , uxor Petri Pory, 23 Nov. 16 10. 

Mris. Ellen Greece, uxor Gulielmi Greece, 25 Jan. 16 if. 

Mris. . . . Horsey, a stranger, 30 March 161 1. 

Mr. Thomas Peacock, socius coll. Enean., 7 Dec. 1611. 

Nicholas Hallet, schol. coll. Oriel, 28 Dec. 1611. 

Gerrard Parkinson, scholaris coll. Aenean., 10 Jan. 161%. [Vide in O 

(i.e. MS. Wood D 7, (2)) : son of John Perkinson of Chester.] 
Thomas Holland, reg. prof, in Theol., 27 March 1612. 
Mr. Henry Dochen, 20 May 161 2. 
John Tanner, schol. coll. Oriel, 25 May 161 2. 
. . . Moseley, a scholar of Brasenose college, 8 Aug. 16 12. 
Mr. (Richard) Taylour, fellow of Brasenose, 18 Feb. 16 if. 
Mr. (John) Reyner, fellow of University college, 31 May 161 3. 
Mr. Richard Pygot, fellow of Oriel, 15 July 16 13. 
Mr. John Acroid, chief builder of the Schooles, 16 Sept. 161 3. 
John Coxhill [rectius Coxhead], the brother of Mris. (Mary) Lapworth, 

16 Sept. 1613. 

Gulielmus Hollenpreist, B.A., e coll. Aenean., n Nov. 16 13. 
John Whorwood, scholaris aulae B. Mariae, 11 Apr. 161 4. 
William Rigbie, schol. coll. Aen., 29 Apr. 16 14. 
Mr. Andrew Ashton, parson of Mungwell [by Wallingford], 1 7 May 
1614. 

Antonius Bland [father to Mr. Thomas Bland, lately ballive of Oxford, 
glover], 7 June 16 14. 



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Mris. Joan Hoare, a widdow, 29 July 16 14. 

Dr. (Thomas) Singleton, principall of Brasenose college, 12 Dec. 161 4. 

[Sure here is a mistake, for Dr. Singleton died 29 Nov.] 
Thomas Jones, schol. Omn. An., 8 Apr. 1615. 
Elizabetha, uxor Mri. Roberti Cleaver, ministri, 8 Apr. 161 5. 
Daniel Patroane, schol. coll. Omn. An., 6 May 161 5. 
Mr. Bernardus Benger, bedellus, 15 Sept. 16 15. 
Fortune Johnson, frater Doctoris (Thomae) Johnson, Med.D., 1 Oct. 

1615. 

Mris. Joane Ingram, the wife of Mr. Richard Ingram and somtimes 
the wife of Dr. (Thomas) Dochen, Med.Dr., 21 Feb. i6if. 

John Argol, Alius Johannis Argol, 15 Apr. 161 6 [unde forte Argol's 
lane, quaere]. 

John Payne, A.M., quondam e coll. Oriel, 16 July 16 16. 
Henry Godman, schol. coll. Aenean., 10 Sept. 161 6. 
Mr. Thomas Whyte, pharmacopola, 16 Sept. 16x6. 
Mris. . . . Cole, widdow, Mris. Ingram's sister-in-law, 21 Nov. 161 6. 
Mr. John Craswell, a stranger, 4 Aug. 161 7. 
Mr. Thomas Bland, somtimes of this parish, 27 Sept. 161 7. 
Thomas Stapleton, schol. coll. Aenean., 10 Dec. 161 7. 
Robert Whytley, A.M., col). Aenean., 30 Dec. 16 17. 
Dr. Antonius Blencow, dignissimus praepositus coll. Oriel, 29 Jan. 
i6i£. 

John Linguard, peregrinus, 12 Apr. 16 18. 

Edward Heron, comminarius coll. Oriel, 20 Aug. 161 8. 

Richard Pickering, scholaris, 24 Aug. 1618. 

Mr. Henry Jackson, mercer, 19 Sept. 161 8. 

Mr. John Everie, quondam socius coll. Magd., 24 Sept. 16 18. [This 
Everie hath a monument and inscription in S. Peter's church 
in the East.] 

Mr. Joseph Barnes, typographus, 17 Dec. 1618. 

Dominick Pinnart, a french man and a bookbinder, 24 March 16 if . 

Henry Yap, comminarius aulae B. Mariae, 28 Apr. 1619. 

John Pate, A.M., coll. Aenean., n Feb. 16^-. 

Thomas Tod, comminarius aulae B. Mariae, 26 June 1620. 

Mr. . . . Mannyng, generosus, 1620. 

Richard Parsons, A.M., e coll. Trin., 1620. 

Mr. Henry Jackson, mercer, 1 Aug. 1620. [See another, above.] 

John Norrys, Art. bac, e Coll. Aenean., 7 Sept. 1620. 

Barton Daniel, A.M., et socius coll. Oriel, 19 Sept. 1620. 

Mary Lapworth, wife of Dr. (Edward) Lapworth, 2 Jan. 162 J. 



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Edward Tvllyard, of Allsaints parish, 1 Feb. 162^. 

Anthony Braddyll, Art. bac, Alius Radulphi Braddyl, principalis aulae 

B. Mariae, 19 Feb. 162^. 
Mr. John Perks, comminarius primarius coll. Oriel, 29 March 162 1. 
Mr. John Brandwood, A.M., et socius coll. Aenean., 7 Apr. 162 1. 
Anna, uxor Rogeri Acton, 4 May 162 1. 

Edward Jenkyn, comminarius aulae B. Mariae, 29 May 162 1. 

Mris. Elizabeth Pory, 9 June 1621. 

Dr. Thomas Johnson, Med. Dr., 16 Nov. 1621. 

Oliver Coxhead, brother to Mris. {Mary) Lapworth (lately deceased), 

7 March 162-J. 
Maria, uxor Jacobi Dodwell, 1 May 1622. 
Judith, uxor Gulielmi Potter, alderman, 31 May 1622. 
Edward Booth, Art. bac. coll. Aenean., 14 June 1622. 
Gulielmus Harrys, comminarius coll. Oriel, 28 July 1622. 
Richard Venebles, Roger Partridge, comminarii coll. Oriel, 1 Aug. 

1622, magnae spei adulsscentes sed eadem [intelligit, ni fallor, 

praecedente] nocte infeliciter demersi. 
Thomas Twanbrok, A.B. coll. Aenean., 28 Aug. 1622. 
Mr. John Yates, coll. Omn. An. socius, 26 Oct. 1622 [forte sepultus 

in capella Omn. An.] 
Maria Dobson, vidua, 30 Oct. 1622 : in cemiterio. 
Mr. William Chapman, socius coll. Omn. An., 2 Nov. 1622 [forte 

sepultus in capella Omn. An.; quaere.] 
Frideswyde Good, vidua, 8 Dec. 1622. 
Gulielmus Golsey, Art. bac, Aenean., 9 Dec. 1622. 
James Dodwell, 17 Dec. 1622. 
Arthur Tyllyard, 31 Jan. i62§. 

Mr. Robert Beesley, aede Mert., 15 Apr. 1623. [Note that this Beesley 
lived in this parish ; but was buried in Merton college chapel : 
so that I beleive these fellowes of Allsouls college that are set 
downe in this parish register were buried in Allsouls college 
chapel in this parish.] 

Mr. Edward Brockhurst, of Oriel college, 18 June 1624. 

William Howell, e coll. Omn. An., 6 Sept. 1624. 

John Fryer, aul. B. Mar., 30 Oct. 1624. 

Martha Jackson, widdow of Henry Jackson, 21 March 162^: filia 
. . . Dalton. 

Dionysius Edwards, vergerer of the University, sepultus nocte, 2 Apr. 
1625. 

Jacobus Hussey, miles, quondam principalis aulae Magd., sepultus in 

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canccllo B. Mariae in nocte, 11 July 1625 [died of 
plague l ]. 

Edward Challoner, S.T.P., scpultus nocte, in cemiterio, 25 July 16 
pi (ague). 

. . . Whyle, peregrinus, sepultus nocte, 26 July 1625 : pl(ague). 

Mr. Georg Hoveden, 24 Aug. 1625, in cemiterio: pl(ague). 

Catherina, filia domini Gulielmi Leigh, militis, 7 June 1626. 

Jacobus Prideaux, A.M., 6 July 1626. 

Mris. Catherine York, widdow, peregrina, 12 Jan. 162^. 

Petrus, filius Thomae Saltonstall, militis, peregrinus, 2 Feb. 162%. 

William Vaughan, A.M., coll. Aenean., 14 Feb. 162-f-. 

Mr. John Stratton, miles [a soldier], 21 Feb. 162^. 

John Brooke, A.M., socius coll. Aenean., 3 Sept. 1627. 

James Mason, A.M., coll. Aenean., 29 Apr. 1628. 

Thomas Harrys, alderman of the citie, 15 May 1628. 

Mr. Brian Gunter, peregrinus, 17 Nov. 1628. 

Robert Coles, coll. Aenean., 27 Nov. 1628. 

Thomas Smith, A.B. coll. Aen., 3 Dec. 1628. 

Nathaniel Butler, comminer of Oriel college, 4 Dec. 1628 ; nocte. 

Richard Tomlinson, comminer of Oriel college, 23 Dec. 1628. 

Lionell Holyman, comminer of Oriel college, 9 Feb. 162^. 

Robert Amerie, A.B. coll. Aen., 13 March 162^. 

Richard Gough, gent., merchant of Bristoll, 5 Aug. 1629. 

William Belson, peregrinus, 14 March i6|^. 

Christopher Blakey, of S. Marie hall, 18 Feb. 163$. 

John Martin, of Oriel college, 4 Feb. 163^. 

Nicholas Banger, 16 April 1632. 

Mr. Ralph Braddyll, principall of S. Marie's hall, 14 May 1632. 

Amy, wife of Mr. John Edwards of Forest hill, 27 May 1632. 

Mr. William Duckenfeild, 29 July, 1632. 

Mris. Ann Osbaldiston of Chadlington, 11 Sept. 1632. 

Captain Thomas Lee, son of Sir Robert Lee, 31 March 1633. 

Henry Ashworth, M.D., 15 Oct. 1633. 

Atherton Bruch, A.M., 29 Oct. 1633. 

William Brodgate, commoner of Oriel college, 22 Feb. 163!. 
Mr. Philip Dodwell, 2 June 1634. 
Mr. Archdale Combe, 9 Oct. 1634. 
Mr. Hugh Gale, 17 Nov. 1634. 

Anne, wife of Mr. Raynold Robotham, 26 Nov. 1634. 
Mr. Robert Home, 25 Jan. 163-j-. 

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Mr. . . . Wentworth, of S. Mary hall, 17 March 163I. 
John Wiltshire, a gent, of Hertfordshire, 3 June 1635. 
Jeremy Rainolds, of Brasenose college, 22 Aug. 1635. 
Mr. Georg Mompesson, 1 Sept. 1635. 

Mr. Richard Mansell, Mr. John Scourefeild, and Mr. Thomas Lloyd. 
3 Feb. 163^. [All three drowned at Einsham ferry in their 
journey from Wales to Oxon, and were buried 3 Feb.. at the 
west end of St. Marie's church.] 

Jeremy Oates, of Brasnose, 22 Feb. 163^. 

Richard Ricket, of University college, 30 July 1636. 

Mr. Richard Turner, of S. Mary hall, 15 March 163^-. 

Georg Walley, of Brasnose, 22 March 16 3^. 

Mr. William Gryse, vintner, 13 Oct. 1637. 

Mr. Rouse Palmer, of Glocester hall, 16 Apr. 1638. 

John Gascoyne, of University college, 1 June 1638. 

Samuel Oxwick, of University college, 17 Sept. 1638. 

Richard Dice, clerk, 16 Nov. 1638. 

William Potter, A.M., son of William Potter, alderman, 30 March 1639. 

Henry Pearle, A.M., a stranger, 7 Apr. 1640. 

Jane, wife of Leonard Bowman, 23 May 1641. 

John Williams, apothecarie, 17 June 1641. 

James Jenerye. a student of University college, 7 July 1641. 

James Penn, chaundler, 4 June 1642. 

Richard Richardson, of Brasnose college, 30 June 1642. 

William,' son of Mr. Chads Hollo way, 7 July 1642. 

John Clerk, gent, of University college, 1 Aug. 1642. 

Captain Henry Bellyngham, esq., 13 Nov. 1642. 

Captain . . . Dunne, 9 Dec. 1642. 

Samuel Bradley, gent., 10 Dec. 1642. 

Gabriel Richardson, Bac. Div., 1 Jan. i64§. 

Lady Margaret, wife of Sir Simon Fanshaw, 6 Feb. 164I. 

Mr. Edward Quinn, 27 March 1643. 

Arthur Bridges, a stranger, 4 Apr. 1643. 

Captain William Trigge, 6 Apr. 1643. 

Mr. Thomas Nicolls, a stranger, 21 Apr. 1643. 

. . . Blake, of S. Mary hall, 21 Apr. 1643. [Vide librum matriculae, 

PP, fol. 142 b.] 
Captain . . . Flemmyng, 27 Apr. 1643. 
Mr. Hugh Worrall, 23 May 1643. 
Mr. Hugh Haughton, a captaine, 25 May 1643. 
Mr. Clement Harvey, a captain, 29 May 1643. 

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Mr. John Haveryes, 31 May 1643. 
Captain . . . Low, 18 June 1643. 
Francis Smith, Med. Dr., 24 June 1643. 
Mr. William Brockhurst, 26 June 1643. 
Mr. William Elmes, 27 June 1643. 
Elizabeth Banger, 27 June 1643. 
Bartholomew Davenport, 29 June 1643. 
Mr. John Griffith, 11 July 1643. 

Lady Ann Leigh, wife to Sir Thomas Leigh, 13 July 1643. 

Roger Townsend, 14 July 1643. 

Sir William Mallory, knight, 22 July 1643. 

Sir John Dolton, knight, 23 July 1643. 

Mr. Humphrey Nevyll, 24 July 1643. 

Sir John Spilman, knight, 26 July 1643. 

Mr. John Gary, 4 Aug. 1643. 

Mr. Robert Kid well, 7 Aug. 1643. 

Mr. . . . Cartwright, 18 Aug. 1643. 

Mr. Nicholas Goldsborough, 19 Aug. 1643. 

Mary, wife to Walter Vernon, esq., 26 Aug. 1643. 

Captain Georg Stutfeild, 31 Aug. 1643. 

Mris. . . . Reston, 8 Sept. 1643. 

Mris. Barbara Egerton, 14 Sept. 1643. 

Robert Haywood, Mr. of Arts, 22 Sept. 1643. 

Mr. Edward Feilding, 23 Sept. 1643. 

Mr. Thomas Stroude, 24 Sept. 1643. 

Mr. William Harrison, 24 Sept. 1643. 

Mris. Judith Cockaine, 27 Sept. 1643. 

Mris. Blanch Coxhead, 27 Sept. 1643. 

Mr. John Weston, 29 Sept. 1643. 

Mr. W T illiam Haughton, 29 Sept. 1643. 

Mr. Thurstan Anderton, 30 Sept. 1643. 

Mr. Richard Aston, 2 Oct. 1643. 

Captain Henry Skipworth, 3 Oct. 1643. 

Mr. Steven Deacon, 6 Oct. 1643. 

Mr. William Roth, 8 Oct. 1643. 

Mris. Margery Lapworth, 22 Oct. 1643. 

Mr. Georg Hopton, 23 Oct. 1643. 

Sir Thomas Boswell, knight, 25 Oct. 1643. 

Mr. Samuel Bushel, 7 Nov. 1643. 

Mr. Georg Milson, 8 Nov. 1643. 

Mris. . . . Browne, 26 Nov. 1643. 



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Mr. William May, 29 Nov. 1643. 
Mr. Thomas Abergany, 29 Nov. 1643. 
Mris. Susanna Turner, 17 Dec. 1643. 
Mr. Arthur Teringham, 18 Dec. 1643. 

[Note that this yeare, 1643, raged in Oxon a desease called morbus 
campestris, of which many worthie persons died : and I beleive that 
some of these persons mentioned this yeare were buried in the 
church-yard] 

Robert Bodman [Bodenham], esq., 5 Jan. 164J. 
Mris. Jane Hinton, 7 Jan. 164%. 

Lady Anne Teryngham, wife of Sir John Teryngham, 28 Jan. 164!. 

Mathew Babington, Dr. of Divinity, 1 Feb. 164%. 

Mr. Jerome Brett, serjeant-major, 9 Feb. 16.4}. 

Sir Charles Vavasor, knight, 1 March 164!. 

Frances, wife of Mr. Leonard Bowman, 31 March 1644. 

Mris. Ursula Ash worth, 23 Apr. 1644. 

Mr. Roger Powell, leivtenant-colonell, 29 Apr. 1644. 

Sir Charles Blount, knight, 2 June 1644. 

Mr. Jeffry Osbaldeston, serjeant-major, 8 June 1644. 

Lady . . . Bridgman, wife of Sir Orlando Bridgman, 13 July 1644. 

Mr. William Bennet, 23 July 1644. 

Mr. George Snow, 23 July 1644. 

Captain . . . Lawson, 29 July 1644: died of the plague. 

Henry Douglas, of Brasnose college, 30 July 1644 : plague. 

Mr. Georg Jackson, 9 Aug. 1644 : plague. 

Mris. Katherine Ecoppe, 12 Aug. 1644. 

Captain . . . Blacke, 13 Aug. 1644. 

Mris. Mary Ennys, 18 Sept. 1644. 

Mr. Henry Manley, 24 Sept. 1644. 

Henry Pierson, esq., 24 Oct. 1644. 

Mr. . . . Aston, 30 Oct. 1644. 

Mr. Philip Progers, 2 Nov. 1644. 

Mr. Adrian Bernham, 7 Nov. 1644. 

Mr. John Pygott, 22 Nov. 1644. 

Mr. John Crompton, serjant-major, 26 Nov. 1644. 

Colonel David Scrimshier or Scrimgeor, 2 Dec. 1644. 

Colonel Edward Walgrave, knight, 6 Dec. 1644. 

Mr. Edward Bostock,. of University college, 12 Dec. 1644. 

John Tolson, D.D., provost of Oriel college, 17 Dec. 1644. 

Mr. Richard Garter, 22 Dec. 1644. 



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Sir Anthony Green, knight [collonell and governour of Banbury], 

24 Dec. 1644. 
Wolley Lea, esq., 30 Dec. 1644. 
Mr. Chads Escott, 14 Jan. 164^. 
Mr. Samuel Dicas of Brasnose college, 17 Jan. 164^. 
William Potter, alderman of the citie of Oxford, 26 Feb. 164!. 
Mris. Mary Stampe, 22 Apr. 1645. 
Mris. Margaret Lisle, 1 May 1645. 
Sir John Terryngham, knight, 4 May 1645. 
Captain Augustin Blomfeild, 28 May 1645. 
Mr. William Clapham, 1 June 1645. 
Lady Fraunces, viscountess Purbeck, 4 June 1645. 
Lady Rebecca Stroude, wife of Sir George Stroude, 2 Oct. 1645. 
Mr. Hugh Wood, 28 Dec. 1645. 
Mris. Sarah Robinson, 31 Jan. 164!-. 

Mr. . . . Bull, 16 Feb. 164^. [Note that there is T.B. 1644 in Adam 

Brom's chapel] 
Mr. Richard Wynch, fellow of Oriel college, 18 Feb, 164I. 
Robert Rookwood, esq., 16 March 164%. 

Henry Eccleston, vicar of S. Marie's church [fellow of Oriel], 3 May 
1646. 

Captain John Richardson, 4 June 1646. 

Ralph Forth, M.A. of Brasnose college, 23 June 1646. 

Mris. . . . Hartwell, 29 June 1646. 

Mr. . . . Machin, of Bensington, . . . 1646. 

Mr. James Hamilton, A.M., fellow of Brasnose college, 21 Apr. 1647. 
Mr. Christopher Bancroft, 3 July 1647. 
Mris. Sarah Nortay, 23 Aug. 1647. 

Mr. William Hutchins, Bac. of Div., fellow of Brasnose college, 
2 Jan. i64f. 

Samuel Ratcliff, D.D., principall of Brasnose college, 30 June 1648. 
Mr. William Grosvenor, a stranger, 28 July 1660. 
Mr. John Glendall, of Brasnose college, 9 Oct. 1660. 
John Smith, fellow-commoner of Oriel, 1 Nov. 1660. 
Mr. Thomas Gurney, A.M., fellow of Brasnose, 2 July 1661. 
Mr. William Smithier, of London, goldsmith, 31 Aug. 1661. 
Mr. Richard Matthews, buried in Oriel college chapel, 1 Jan. 166 J. 
John Nixon, alderman of the city, 17 Apr. 1662. 
Thomas Davys, of Brasenose college, 4 Aug. 1662. 
. . . Nash, of Brasenose college, 8 Sept. 1662. 
Thomas Fyfeild, butler of Ch. Ch., 21 Oct. 1662. 



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Mris. . . . Walton, wife of colonel Valentine Walton, 15 Nov. 1662. 

Mr. . . . Meridith, a stranger, 3 March i66|. 

Thomas Wood, vintner, buried 26 Nov. 1663. 

William Potter, 11 March i66f. 

Mris. . . . Bowring, 11 March i66f. 

John Newton, B.D., fellow of Brasnose, 15 Apr. 1664. 

Mris. Ann Heale, wife of Mr. Nicholas Heale, 8 Nov. 1664. 

William Gower, scholar of Brasnose, 9 Apr. 1665. 

Philip Alport, 14 June 1665. 

Mr. Georg Polhill, commoner of S. Mary hall, 17 July 1665. 

Mr. Richard Tooley, a stranger, 19 Jan. i66|. 

Mr. . . . Jackson, 8 Feb. 166J-. 

Mr. Martin Lippyat, apothecary, 3 Nov. 1666. 

Mr. Edmund Gayton, 13 Dec. 1666. 

Peter Pethebridge alias Saunders, Art. bac. of S. Marie's hall, 30 Apr. 

1668 [fuit de Hannock, in Devon, pleb.]. 
James Browne, buried 31 Aug. 1668. 
Mary, the relict of Thomas Wood, 29 Oct. 1669. 
Eichard, son of Sir Sampson Whyte, 28 July 1670. 
Mr. Henry Brett, 30 March 167 1. 
Joan Nixon, widdow, 24 Aug. 1671. 

Mris. Alice James, widow, mother of Dr. (Thomas) James, warden of 

Allsouls college, 25 Nov. 1671. 
Herbert Elmhurst, scholar of University college, 29 Apr. 1672. 
John Pit, A.B. and fellow of Oriel, buried in Oriel college chapel, 

14 Oct. 1672. 

John Stone, commoner of Oriel college, buried in that college chappell, 

14 March 167! . 
John Martin, commoner of University college, 23 May 1673. 
Nicholas Dumarisque, Art. bac. of S. Marie's hall, 18 Nov. 1673. 
John Leigh, of University college, 14 Jan. 167^ [son of Edward Leigh, 

of London, grocer]. 
Thomas Webber, of Hart hall, 15 Aug. 1675. 
William Doble, of Hart hall, 18 Oct. 1675. 
Mr. Edward Benlow 1 , 21 Dec. 1676. 
Thomas Jackson, of University college, 17 June 1677. 

Henry Dotchen, apothecary, made his will 8 May, 161 2: — to his 
eldest son Thomas Dotchen, he gave a legacy of 100 h'., and 
the house where he dwelt; to his other sons, Tobie, Henry, 
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and Richard, he gave 100//., to be paid when they reached 
21 years of age. He mentions his wife Katherine, and 
daughters, Anne and Katherine, and his elder brother, Thomas 
Dotchen, M.D., and Henry, his younger brother. 
Bernard Banger, B.C.L., made his will 6 Sept. 1615: he was buried 
in S. Mary's church beside his wife Mary, daughter of 
Mr. William Tillard. He mentions his eldest son, Nicholas, 
Georg, another son, a minor, and Marie, his daughter. Also 
Margerie, his [? second] wife, and Nicholas Banger, M.A., his 
uncle. 

Robert Barnes, M.D., sometime fellow of Merton college, made his 
will 1 Jan. i6o§. His wife Anne survived him. He men- 
tions his daughters, viz. : — 

1. Elizabeth, wife of Michael Hugganson, gent. 

2. Anne, late wife of Godfrey Barton, gent. 

3. Mary, the elder, wife of William Bowne, gent. 

4. Eleanor, wife of Thomas Yaiden, gent. 

5. Marye, the yonger, wife of Henry Clark, gent. 

6. and yongest, Prudence, wife of John Eveleigh, M.A. and 
principall of Hart hall. 

The said Henry Clark, of Worton, com. Oxon. was a musitian, 
as I have heard. He was the son of Richard Clark of 
Glastenbury. 

S. Michael's (at North Gate) register, beginning 1558 or 1559. 

(Wood has given separately the entries for the Flexney or Flaxney 
family.) 

Baptized. 

Alice, daughter of Ralf Flaxney, 17 July 1559. 

Ann, daughter of Ralf Flaxney, 3 Apr. 1562. 

Mary Flaxney, 5 July [in another register, 10 July] 1564. 

Margeret Flaxney, 9 June 1565. 

Dorothie Flaxney, 5 June 1566. 

Richard Flaxney, 13 July 1567 [buried 15 November following]. 

Beatrix Flaxney, 6 Aug. 1570. 

Margaret Flaxney, 26 Nov. 1571, 

William Flaxney, 4 July 1574. 

Ann Flaxney, 6 Febr. 157 J. 

Ann Flaxney, 8 Oct. 1579. 

Katherine Flaxney, daughter of Mr. Thomas Flaxney, 2 Aug. 1582. 
Annis, daughter of Mr. Thomas Flaxney, 9 Oct. 1583. 



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Ralph, son of Mr. Thomas Flaxney, 7 Nov. 1587. 
]ohn, son of Mr. Thomas Flaxney, 23 May 1590. 
Richard, son of Mr. Thomas Flaxney, 24 March 159^. 
Ralph, son of Mr. Thomas Flaxney, 19 Apr. 1592. 

Married. 

Ralph Flaxney and Alice Wicham, 27 Sept. 1569. 
Ralph Smyth and Alice Flaxney, 12 Oct. 1570. 
Mr. John Snow and Mris. Alice Flaxney, 15 May 1581. 
Mr. Thomas Flaxney and Elizabeth Hewett, 15 June 1581. 
Georg Fosket of Great Horwood in com. Bucks and Ann Flaxney 
8 Nov. 1601. 

Peter Flaxney of S. Michael's parish and Elizabeth Eldridge of Islipp 
28 July 1631. 

Buried. 

Margaret Flaxney, 10 June 1565. 

Katherine Flaxney, 15 Sept. 1567 [uxor secunda Radulphi]. 

Richard Flaxney, 15 Nov. 1567. 

Ann Flaxney, 7 Oct. 1574. 

Dorothy Flaxney, 25 May 1578. 

Ralph Flaxney, alderman, 27 Dec. 1578. 

Annes Flaxney, 6 Sept. 1579. 

John Flaxney, 27 Jan. 159I. 

Baptized. 

10 Feb. 16 1 J, Mary, daughter 
3 March 16 if, Anne, daughter 
13 Dec. 16 19, Sarah, daughter 
25 March 1621, Elizabeth, daughter 



of Dr. John Prideaux, rector of 
Exeter College. 



, Sept - 1622 { Matthias } SOns 
14 May 1624, Robert, son 

Buried. 

29 Sept. 1624, Annv 

9 Dec. 1624, Mary (-daughters of Dr. John Prideaux. 
13 Aug. 1627, Ann] 

Baptized. 

Charles, son of John Holloway, 28 Apr. 1595. [Now (1677) serjeant- 
at-law.] 

John, son of John Holloway, 17 July 1598. 

Ralph Snow, son of Mr. John Snow, town-clerk, 9 Oct. 1613. [Chief 



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gentleman under Dr. (Gilbert) Sheldon, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, and since his death under Dr. (William) Sancroft.] 

Buried. 

Thomas, son of Dr. (Griffith) Lloyd, of Jesus college, buried 
ii March i58f. 

Margaret Willyams, wife of Thomas Willyams, somtimes mayor of 

Oxon and alderman, 3 June 1585. 
Mr. John Massey, one of the sociats (i. e. Associates) of the citie 

of Oxon, 16 July 1586. 
(Morice) Peers, A.M. of Jesus college, 22 July 1588. 
Mr. Richard Ramsey, 26 March 1591. 

Thomas Lort, Mr. of Arts and preacher of the word of God, 2 Nov. 
1596. 

John Hurrell, commoner of Lyncoln college, in the chancell, 25 July 
1600. 

Alice Snow, wife of John Snow, died 30 July 1 603 ; buried in the 
church. 

Mr. Thomas Fawkner, buried 28 July 1609. 

Robert Lougher, gent., buried 12 Dec. 1609. 

Jane, daughter of Mr. John Snow, 8 Aug. 161 1. 

David Lloyd, filius et haeres Johannis Lloyd, armigeri, Maridunensis, 

commensalis collegii Jesu, sepultus 23 Dec. 161 1. 
Mr. John Crane, gentleman-commoner of Exeter college, 11 May 161 2, 
Mr. John Collines, fellow of Exeter college, 17 Sept. 16 12. 
. . . Parre, gentleman-commoner of Exeter college, 20 Oct. 1612. 
Mr. John Snow, town-clerk of Oxon, 17 Aug. 161 3. 
John Lovell, commoner of Exeter college, 24 July 16 17. 
Arthur Tremayne, commoner of Exeter college, son of Arthur 

Tremayne, esq., and Justice of the Peace at Coullumbre in 

com. Devon, buried 4 Dec. 16 17. 
Gregory Martin, fellow-commoner of Exeter college, 10 Dec. 16 18. 
Mr. Richard Amy, fellow-commoner of Exeter college, buried in 

S. Martin's church, 24 Dec. 161 8. [In S. Martin's parish 

register I find this written : — ' Mr. . . . Amye, parson of the 

parysh, was buried 23 Dec. 16 18.] 
William Price, gentleman commoner of Jesus college, 7 May 1620. 
Mr. Griffyn Powell, principal of Jesus college, 28 June 1620. 
Thomas Busby, commoner of Brasenose college, 7 Dec. 1620. 
. . . Prynne, commoner of Jesus college, 2 March 162^. 
Augustin Fysher, commoner of Exeter college, 20 Dec. 1621. 



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. . . Jones, gentleman commoner of Jesus college, 21 Apr. 1624. 
['John Johnes, Monuensis, generosi filius, aet. 20, 1622': liber 
matriculae.] 

. . . Dickinson, commoner of Exeter college, 26 July 1624. 
['Gulielmus Dickinson, Cantianus, filius Thomae Dickinson 
de Gillingham in eodem comitatu, ministri, aet. 19, 1622' 
(ita liber matriculae) (more probably than) 'Richardus 
Dickinson, Devon, filius Richardi Dickinson de Exon, plebeii 
filius, aet. 18, 1622/] 

Edward Turbervyll, gentleman commoner of Jesus college, 28 Feb. 

I62f. 

. . . Yong, commoner of Exeter college, 4 Apr. 1626. 
Robert Williams, B.A. of Jesus college, 11 Febr. 162%. 
Hugh Penrie, Mr. of Arts and fellow of Jesus college, buried in Jesus 

college isle, 18 Oct. 1628. 
Robert Vaughan, Bac. of Arts and commoner of Jesus college, 

28 Oct. 1628. 

Rowland Price, M.A. of Jesus college, was buried in Jesus college isle, 
27 Febr. 163 J. [This isle, I suppose, is the south isle joyning 
to the body.] 

Hopkyn Davys, gentleman-commoner of Jesus college, in the parish 

chancell, 17 June 163 1. 
William Doderidge, Bac. of Arts and commoner of Gloucester hall, 

18 Aug. 1632, in the college chancel [i.e. that chancell 

belonging to Lincoln college]. 
Mr. John Holloway, sometimes fellow of New college, and registrar 

or official of Berks, 7 Aug. 1632, in the parish isle. 
John Smyth, lately Bac. of Arts of Wadham college, was buried out 

of Bocardo prison, 23 Oct. 1634. 
Robert Whetcombe, Bac. of Arts, buried in Exeter college chappell, 

29 June 1635. 

John Prideaux, son of Dr. (John) Prideaux, buried in Exeter college 

chappell, 2 Aug. 1636. 
Mr. Georg Beard, Bac. of Div. and fellow of Exeter college, Was 

buried in Exeter college chapel, 9 Nov. 1638. 
Walter Tooker, Bac. of Arts of Exeter college, in the chancell, 

18 Apr. 1639. 

Mr. (Pollard) Northcote, fellow of Exeter college, buried in Exeter 

college chapel, 10 Aug. 1641. 
Mr. John Georg, registrar of the Universitie, in the parish isle, 8 July 

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Thomas Price, gent., one of the king's chirurgions, 3 Nov. 1642. 
Captain Richard Gartrix [Grcatrick], one of the king's armie, 18 Dec. 
1642. 

Robert Playdell [Pledwell], esq., in the body of the church, 21 Feb. 164%. 
Mris. Mary Willyams, wife of Thomas Willyams, 20 June 1643. 
Edward Fisher, gent, 13 Aug. 1643: died in Exeter college. 
John Saer, alderman, 17 Aug. 1643. 
Robert Hollyday, gent., 19 Aug. 1643. 

Robert Portyngton, gent., 4 Sept. 1643 : died in Jesus college. 

Richard Morrys, gent, 22 Oct. 1643. 

Caleb Dalton, gent, 7 Nov. 1643. 

Mr. Thomas Williams, of the Starr inn, 3 Febr. 164! . 

Mr. Roger Jones, M.A., registrarie of the Vice-chancellour's court, 

29 March 1644 [of kin to the Joneses of Chastleton]. 
Mr. Richard Powell, from Jesus college, 1 June 1644. 
Sir Edward Stradling, a colonell in the king's army, was buried in 

Jesus college chapel, 21 June 1644. 
Mr. John Busbye, 24 June 1644. 
Sylvester Bancroft, gent, 11 July 1644. 
Mr. James Fletcher, 30 July 1644. 

Mr. Georg Levet, yeoman of the king's guard, 7 Nov. 1644. 

Basil Wood, Dr. of the Civil Law, buried from Lyncolne college, 

ultimo Nov. 1644. 
Mr. Leonard Curson, buried in Exeter college chapel, n Dec. 1644. 
Captain Richard Heton, 28 April 1645. 
Captain Richard Lambert, from Jesus college, 15 Nov. 1645. 
Georg Barzey, D.D. of Cambridge, buried from Henry Seaman's 

house, in the college chancell, 20 Jan. 164%. 
Mr. Thomas Cooke, one of the King's messingers, buried in the 

church, 24 May 1646. 
Degory Wheare, principall of Gloucester hall, buried in Exeter college 

chapel, 3 Aug. 1647. 
William Eliz, gent, from Bocardo prison, 15 Jan. 164!. 
Mr. Rice Powell, of Jesus college, 17 Febr. 165I. 
Mr. (John) Tise, of Exeter college, 22 Nov. 1660. 
Thomas Lloyd, clerk, Mr. of Arts and vicar of Berien in com. 

Montgomery, 4 Dec. 1660. 
Moses Horder, of Exeter college, 18 July 1664. 
. . . Caslet, of Exeter college, 26 July 1664 [i.e. Richard Carslake : 

I remember he was killed 1 late in an evening, against the Starr, 
1 Wood's Life and Times, ii. 18. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 253 



by . . . Turner, a gentleman commoner, son of Sir William 

Turner, a civilian]. 
Mr. . . . Gouldwarff, of Exeter college, 27 Dec. 1664. [Non 

occurrit 1 in libro matriculae.] 
Mr. . . . Lloyd, of Jesus college, 13 Oct. 1665. 
John Browne, of Exeter college, ultimo May 1666, serviens. 
A lady was buried in the church from Mr. Cupper's, 27 Feb. 166 J. 
Mr. . . . Tremayne, of Exeter college, 13 March 1 67 J. ['Arthur 

Tremayne, aet. 18, 1670, films Arturi Tremayne de Laverton 

in Devon, generosi.'] 

{Thomas Fawhiers charity.) 

Mr. Thomas Fawkener was buried 28 July 1609. 

He gave and bequeathed by will 29 shillings, to be payd in 
St. Aldate's parish church on the font-stone on every Good Friday for 
ever by the chamberlaines of the city of Oxon, to be divided as 
followeth : — 

There must be chosen three poor fatherless children, borne in the 
3 severall parishes, named by the churchwardens of either parish, and 
to be under the age of 18, and when at 18 they are to enjoy no more 
of that money : S. Aldate's parish one, to receave then and there every 
yeare, 6s. 8d. ; S. Michael's parish one, 6s. 8d. ; South Hinxsey one, 
6.T. 8d. 

The churchwardens of the parish of S. Aldate's are to be then and 
there to receave towards the repaire of the causie between the tower 
upon the south bridge and the steps going downe towards South 
Hinksey every yeare, 6 s. 8d.: etc. 

— the receipts and payments to be registered yearly by the clerk of 
S. Aldate's. 

Register of S. Peter in the East, beginning 1558. 
Baptized. 

Edwardus Pocoke, 8 Nov. 1604 [filius Laurentii 2 Pococke : Aedis 

Christi canonicus]. 
Henricus Beesley borne 22 July 1605 in S. Peter the East. 

[Scriptor 3 .] 

1 The frequent entries of students ' Goldesbrough.' 
buried, whose names are not found in 2 ' Laurentii ' is scored through : being 
the matriculation register, proves the in error. 

continued imperfection of that record. 3 He was author of a few tracts: 
The name looks like an attempt at died 1675. 



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Married. 

John Baylie, M.D., and Elizabeth Cooper, 13 Nov. 1569. [Quaere in 

registro Omnium Sanctorum.] 
Mr. Richard Atkynson and Joane Barton, 3 Sept. 1570. 
Mr. Simon Parret and Agnes White, 29 June 1573. 
Mr. Jasper Dormer and Justina Humphrey, 22 Feb. 1 57^. 
Mr. Laurence Broadbent and Barbara Vaughan, 23 Feb. 1 58^. 
Robert Parret, gent, [son of Simon by his first wife] and Mary 

Wythyngton, 10 July 1587. 
Richard Dod, M. of Arts, and Anne Wythington, 27 Sept. 1592. 
Thomas French, A.M., and Ann Toldervie, 26 Nov. 1593. 
Edmund Hyll, gent, and Mary Taverner, 2 Jan. 159!. 
John Browne, A.M., rector of Loughborow in com. Leic, and Mris. 

Elizabeth Pettie, widdow, 11 Dec. 1606. 
Laurence Pocock, clerk, of Cheveley in com. Berks, and Elizabeth 

Gretham, 9 July 161 6. [This certainly must be his second 

wife.] 

Buried. 

Thomas Wykeham, armiger, sepultus inter festum S. Michaelis 1461 

et idem festum 1462. 
Joan, wife of . . . Napier [Edward Napier of Halywell, vide notas 

ex registro coll. Mert.] sepulta inter festum S. Michaelis 1545 

et idem festum 1546. 
. . . , wife of Mr. John Adams [anno 1509, or therabouts]. 
Robert Parret of Oxon., gent, [obiit 20 Apr. 1550; son of Georg 

Parret (Perot) of Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire]. 
Thomas Hewster, buried in Our Ladie's chapel, not far from Parret, 

in the beginning of Sept. 1552. 
Alice Parret, widdow of Robert Parret before mentioned, buried by her 

husband 1558, June. [She died 1557.] 
Edward Napier of Halywell, gent., in Our Ladie's chapel, under the 

upper window, by his wife, anno 1558. 
Mr. William Hawl, 20 Dec. 1562 [nuper socius coll. Merton.]. 
Mr. Edward Stanley, 20 Jan. i56f. 

Creatura-Christi, fil(ia?) Laurentii Humphredi, praesidentis Coll. 

Magd. 17 July 1563. N 
Mris. . . . Atkynson, 8 May 1569. 
Mr. John Cunnar, vicarius, 6 Nov. 1569. 
Mr. Thomas Key, Master of University College, 20 May 1572. 
Mr. Robert Grenacres, 28 June 1573 [ vide A « B - (Wood MS. D 3) 

p. 220]. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 255 



Richard Atkinson, alderman, ' quinta majoritate functus ' intumulatus, 

2 June 1574. 
Mr. 1 . . . Lancaster, 16 Apr. 1576. 
Mr. William Dowson, 14 July 1577. 
. . . Rogers, Art. baa, eodem die. 
William Dobson, A.M., 10 Oct. 1579. 
Mr. (Francis (?)) Marsh, of Hart hall, 7 July 1580. 
Richard Waryng, of University College, 12 June 1582. 
David Jones, of Queen's College, 12 Nov. 1582. 
Mr. Simon Parret, 26 Sept. 1584. 
Mr. . . . Gilbert, 28 Aug. 1588. 
John Hinton, gent., 28 July 1589. 
Mr. . . . Colcott, of University College, 3 July 1597. 
James Williams, bedell, buried in S. Marie's church, 3 July 1597. 
Mris. . . . Wythyndon, wife of Dr. (Oliver) Wythyngdon, 2 Oct. 1597. 
James Grenewode, of University College, 26 Feb. 159^. 
Philip Randall, Mr. of Arts, principall of Hart hall, 11 March 159^. 
Thomas Crakenthorp, of Queen's College, 20 May 1599. 
. . . [quaere] Baker, of Hart hall, son of . . . Baker, a gent, of Kent, 

23 June 1600. 
William Lewys, of Hart hall, 10 July 1601. 
Mr. Robert Lyster, principall of Magdalen hall, 24 July 1602. 
Peter Perrot, M.A., 16 May 1603. 

(? Richard) Middleton, commoner of Queen's college, 6 June 1603. 
Mr. . . : Randall, 21 July 1603. 
Thomas Sherburne, 13 Sept. 1603. 

(? William) Smart, Art. bac. of Magdalen hall, 13 Nov. 1604. 
. . . Cardro, Art. bac. of University college, 9 May 1605. 
. . . Helve, Art. bac. of Magdalen hall, 19 Dec. 1605. 
George Stere, Bac. Art. of Edmund hall, 19 May 1606. 
Henry Davys, gent, of Edmund hall, 15 Oct. 1606. 
William Gearing, A.M., 4 Feb. i6of. 
John Tyrer, A.M., 12 Sept. 1609. 

Mr. James Summers, a Scot, Mr. of Arts, buried 30 Aug. 1610. 

[Vide annum 1620.] 
John Cook, gent., of Hart hall, 15 Nov. 16 10. 
John Lilly, son of Dr. (Edmund) Lylly 26 Apr. 161 2. 
John Courtney, a yong gent., of Queen's college, 3 Oct. 161 2. 
Gulielmus Gryffin, ex aula Cervina, filius Gulielmi Gryffin, armigeri, 

Cambro-britanni, 10 Jan. 16 if. 

1 There was a George Lancaster, fellow of Queen's, M.A. 1572. 



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Mr. Abel Wilcox, A.M., student of Edmund hall, i Apr. 1613. 
Theophilus Tylden, student of Magdalen hall, 30 Apr. 1613. 
John Johnes, a minister, 20 Sept. 161 3. 
Mris. Ann Pygot, widdow, 12 Jan. 16 if. 

Edward Hudson, gent., a student of Magdalen hall, 7 July 161 4. 
Gulielmus Baylie, annum agens centesimum tertium, 23 Sept. 16 15. 
John Bentley, one of the cheif masons that builded the schooles and 

Merton college new building, was buried 8 Dec. 161 5. 
Seinoro Rossio, Italus, 8 Sept. 1616. 

Elizabeth, wife of Laurence Pocoke, minister of Cheveley in Berks, 
9 Sept. 1 616. [Mother 1 to Dr. Edward Pococke, quaere inter 
matrimonia.] 

Robert Powell, a gent, commoner of Hart hall, 31 March 161 7. 
Anthonie, son of Sir William Cope, 26 June 161 7. 
S r . . . Lloyd, of University college, A.B., 24 Dec. 1617. 
Jenkyn Vaughan, a student of Hart hall, 16 March i6i|-. 
Michael Bentley, unus e lapidicidis qui aedificaverunt Publicas Scholas, 
29 June 16 1 8. 

John Shaw, a student and tabiter of Queen's college, 22 July 1618. 
Mr. . . . Ivorne, 16 Aug. 1618. [Forte John Iverie: (but) in 

St. Marie's register I find Mr. John Every, fellow of Magdalen 

College, was buried Sept. 24, 1618.] 
Avice Summers, 17 July 1620. [Vide annum 16 10.] 
William Willaston, of Edmund hall, 3 Oct. 1621. 
Hugh Allot, of Magdalen hall, n Aug. 1623. 
John Johnes, scholar of Edmund hall, n Apr. 1624. 
Mr. Georg Doylly, 22 Sept. 1624. 
Salomon Thomas, a scholar of Allsouls, 24 Sept. 1624. 
Mr. Bernard Wright, 4 Aug. 1626. 
Mr. Hugh Jenkyns, a minister, 27 Nov. 1626. 
Herbert Ockham, A.B. e coll. Univers., 29 March 1627. 
Mr. Francis Edmonds, 17 Nov. 1627. 
Thomas French, registrar of the University, 20 Oct. 1629. 
Mr. . . . Pollard, of Hart hall, 21 March 163!. 
John Hanes, a gentleman, of Magdalen hall, 31 March 1635. 
Robert Ernely, of Hart hall, 6 Apr. 1635. 

Godscalcus ab Alefeld, a noble Dutch gentleman, being embalmed 

and double coffind, was buried 9 Oct. 1635. 
Mary, daughter of Dr. Richard, Zouch, n Dec. 1635. 
William Bramsgrove, scholar of Magdalen college, 6 Apr. 1636. 
1 (This is in error: see pp. 253, 254, supra.) 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 257 



Elizabeth Jennins, a knight's daughter, 3 Oct. 1636. 

Thomas Adamson, of Magdalen College, 7 Dec. 1636. 

John Farwell, son of Sir John Farwell, a student in Magdalen hall, 

13 Jan. 163^. 
John Fryth, minister, 12 July 1637. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Dr. Christopher Potter, 13 Jan. 163^. 

Charles, son of Mr. John Try, 16 Feb. 163 J. 

Samuel, son of Mr. John Tryr 9 July 1638. 

John Tros, B.A. of Hart hall, 20 Aug. 1638. 

Peter Sowtham, scholar of Magdalen hall, 14 Nov. 1638. 

Reinold Potman, A.B. of Magdalen college, 18 June 1639. 

John Macham, a bachelaur, 15 July 1639. 

Thomas Cumberford, a scholar of Balliol college, 13 Dec. 1639. 

Thomas Dickson, socius Coll. Reginae, 29 March 1640. 

Henry Smith, gent, of Queen's college, 22 May 1640. 

Thomas Davys, gent, of Magdalen hall, 22 June 1640. 

Thomas Nourse, gent, of Edmund hall, 22 Sept. 1640. 

Mr. . . . Washington, gent, of University College, 3 Dec. 1640. 
[James Washington, I suppose : see the matricula in Univer- 
sity College, 1 63 1.] 

John Grene, A.M., 31 Dec. 1640. 

Edward, son of Robert Smyth, gent, 29 March 1641. 

Richard, son of Dr. Thomas Walker, 8 June 1641. 

Lucia, daughter of Dr. Thomas Walker, 7 Oct. 1641. 

John, son of John Hyll, B.Art., 17 Oct. 1641. 

John Elliot, quartermaster to a company, 3 Nov. 1642. 

William Merick, chirurgion to the king's attillery, a Cornish man by 
birth, 18 Jan. 164 J. 

William More, a captaine, 22 Feb. 164!. 

George Barber, B. of Arts, 16 March i64§. 

Roger Saunders, a captaine, 17 March 164%. 

William Cleve, scholar of S.Edmund hall, 30 June 1643. 

Sir William Wiseman, baronet, 1 July 1643. 

Mr. . . . Newton, a stranger, 3 July 1643. 

Richard Princehenda, leivtenant, 3 July 1643. 

Mris . . . Thelwall, 3 July 1643. 

Captain John Morgan, 14 July 1643. 

Thomas Winter, leivtenant, 1 Aug. 1643. 

Nicholas Sherman, one of his majestie's servants, 9 Aug. 1643. 

James Lee, of Westbury in Wilts, 18 Aug. 1643. [James Ley, of the 
family of the Lees, earl of Marlborough.] 
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Peter Daniel, of Tabley in com. Cheshire, esq., 6 Oct. 1643. 
A captaine, eodem die. 

Hester, wife of Mr. Francis Townshend, 11 Oct. 1643. 
Robert Johnson, scholar of Queen's college, 15 Oct. 1643. 
Anthony Ilardyng, a captain, 16 Oct. 1643. 
Roger, viscount Rannelaug, 30 Oct. 1643. 
Sir Richard Lydall, knight, 16 Dec. 1643. 

Dr. . . . Shawbry [Chabrey], a phisitian of Cambridge, 22 Feb. 164!. 

Captain . . . Crossland, 20 July 1644. 

Mris Ann Apleton, [quaere], 1 Oct. 1644. 

Mr. Thomas Franklyn, minister, 18 Apr. 1645. 

Mris. Mary Seymour, 8 May 1645. 

Captain John Garnet, 18 Apr. 1646. 

Captain John Bryers, June 10, 1646. 

Henry Sherburne, gent., 13 June 1646 [H. Sherburne, esq., comp- 
troller of the ordinance in the lord Hopton's army, slaine at 
Oxon. in a mutinie : vide at the end of Mercurius Rusticus]. 
Mr. Alex. Thomson ) „ . 



Mris Katherine Merick, 8 July 1646. 

Mr. . . . Bennet, of Magdalen hall, 29 Aug. 1647. 

Mr. John Vernan [Vernville], 30 Sept. 1647. 

Dr. Thomas Walker's son . . ., Nov. 1649. 

Mris. Ann Whittingham, 31 March 165^. 

Mr. (John) Warriner, M.A. of Edmund hall, 20 Jan. 165I. 

Register of S. Peter's in the Baylie, beginning 1585 : vide 
accompts 1 till the register begins. 



Joane Florio, daughter of John Florio, was baptized 14 Sept. 1585. 



John Hawten of Adderbury, and Avice Jakeman were married 19 Feb. 



Anthony Forster, gent., 12 Nov. 1587. 

Mris Kitchin, 16 Jan. 158^. 

Mr. Michael Grene, 27 Sept. 1588. 
William Sheppereye, gent., 4 Jan. 159^. 

1 (where, i.e. in the parish accounts, in the receipts e.g. for burials in the church, 
some names may be recovered.) 



Patrick Harvey 




Baptized. 



Married. 



i6x|. 



Buried. 



CHAP, XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 259 



Mr. Humphrey Sweit, 23 June 1593. 

Mris Margaret Sedwck [Sedgwick], 7 March 159I. 

Mr. Robert Crane, late principall of New Inn, 17 Oct. 1599. 

Elizabeth, wife of Mr. William Higgins, 5 March i6of. 

William Higgins, somtimes bailie of the City of Oxon, 21 Apr. 1607. 

Mris. Elizabeth Clarke, 20 May 161 3. 

Mr. John Bowyn, 16 Aug. 16 14. 

Mr. John Fletcher, 3 March 161^. 

Christopher Hatton, son of Mr. Christopher Hatton and Margaret 

his wife, 20 Nov. 161 5. 
Christopher Hatton, 29 April 1616. 

Margaret, daughter of Christopher Hatton, 26 March 161 7. 

Edward Moseley, Bac. of Arts of New Inn, son of Anthony Moseley 

of Manchester in Lancashire, 24 June 161 7. 
John Clotworthy, commoner of New Inn, 14 July 1635. 
Bernard Meathes, a German, sojourner in the house of William 

Johnson, 18 July 1636. 
Henry Bagwell, M.A. of New Inn, 22 July 1636. 
Mr. Georg Margant, a Dutchman, 1 June 1637. 
Mr. John Cave, 19 Oct. 1637. 
Mr. Laurence Bridger, 23 Sept. 1638. 
Mris Mary Cave, 27 June 1639. 
Mr. Thomas Brookes, 21 Oct. 1641. 
Thomas (Poim captain, 19 Aug. 1643. 
John Bishop, one of the guard, 7 Nov. 1643. 
Captain Rowland Gwinn, 19 Nov. 1643. 
[' Henry Bignell : rector, 1645 ' : he then became rector.] 
Mr. Henry Fisher, 29 Oct. 1645. 

Mr. . . . Hussey, that was hanged 2 in the Castle-yard, was buried in 

the church 25 July 1654. 
Mr. . . . Barber, 26 Oct. 1654. 

Daniel Currie, Bac. of Arts of New inn, 1 Nov. 1660. 

Register of S. Nicholas alias S. Thomas: beginning 1560. This 
register of S. Thomas parish is more full, punctuall, and the best 
kept of any register in Oxon. 

Baptized. 

Richard, son of Christopher Leavens, 5 July 1562. 

1577 : Memorandum that Sir William Catesbie lying at Glocester hall 

1 Wood thus puts in brackets a name he is doubtful of. 

2 Wood's Life and Times, i. 186. 

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with the ladie Catesbie his wife, in the lodgings that Sir Georg 
Peckham repaired, and the said lady being delivered of a 
woman child, did pay her chrysom and all other duties to the 
vicar and dark of S. Thomas parish, acknowledging the same 
parish to be their owne parish during all the time of their 
abode there. Paid 21 July in the yeare of our Lord afore- 
said unto William Chalfont, then vicar. The said child was 
not christened by the said vicar, but by a popish preist. 

Robert Lynck, son of Mr. Robert Lynck the yonger, 31 July 1582. 

Henry, son of Mr. Ralph Huchenson, 17 Oct. 1593. 

John, another son, 1 Jan. 159^. 

Robert, another, 1 Nov. 1596. 

Married. 

Robert Lynke and Joan Munson, 10 Aug. 1583. 
Mr. Robert Lynk the elder and Mary Dyssell, 17 Aug. 1587. 
Leonard Hutten, D.D., prebendary of Ch. Ch., and Anne Hamden, 
19 Febr. 160J. 

Thomas James, Mr. of Arts, late fellow of New college, and Ann 
Underhill, of S. Martin's parish, 18 Oct. 1602. [They had 
a daughter named . . . , who was married to . . . Jones, some- 
times fellow of Trinity college, afterward rector of Woodeaton 
in com. Oxon.] 

Mr. John Bagwell and Margaret Shipman, 1 Apr. 1603. 

Richard Coventrie of Cassington in com. Oxon, and Dorothie Caw- 
feild of the said towne, 30 Oct. 1606. [She was one of the 
daughters of Georg Cawfeild, esq., somtimes recorder of 
Oxon, and sister to William, lord Cawfeild.] 

Rowland Searchfeild, D.D., sometimes fellow of S. John's [afterwards 
bishop of Bristow], and Mris Ann Huchinson of this parish, 
15 Dec. 1606. 

Mr. Richard Paynter and Alice Franklyn, 30 Oct. 1620. 

Buried. 

Agnes Elmes, buried in S. Marie's church, 15 Aug. 1561. 

Agnes Plommer, 7 June 1562. 

William Leavens, 17 Sept. 1564. 

Christopher and Henry Leavens, 14 Oct. 1564. 

John Plankney, 3 Feb. i56f : [drowned by Botley causey ; fellow of 
New College, vide librum collectionum nostrarum denotatum 
per literam V (Wood MS. D. 2>, p. 288. Of this John 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 261 



Plankney, see in Fox his book of Martyrs under the yeare 
1558, p. 190 b, published 1610.] 
Nicholas Woodson, squire bedell of Divinity, 1571 : [lived at Rew- 
ley: A.B. (Wood MS. D. 3) 220. Robert Mounson, ibid. 
227]. 

Nicholas Risden, Mr. of Arts of Glocester hall, n July 1577. 
William Atkyns, of Gloucester hall, 25 July 1577. 
Richard Mayoh, Mr. of Arts and fellow of Magdalen college, 28 July 
1577- 

Thomas Pope, Mr. of Arts of Gloucester hall, 5 Apr. 1578: [quaere 

his will inter collectiones in . . .]. 
William Tylcock, alderman of the citie of Oxon, 22 June 1578. 
John Morrys, of Gloucester hall, 18 June 1580. 
Mr. William Hutchings, 1 Dec. 1585. 
Mr. John Greevyll, 28 Feb. 1584. 
Mris. Joan Lynke, 14 June 1586. 

Mr Ford, 8 Aug. 1587. 

Steven Napper, an infant, 25 Oct. 1587. 
Mris . . . Wilkynson, 4 Jan. 158 J. 

Mr. John Carpenter alias Chamberlayne, 17 Apr. 1590 [Joan Car- 
penter alias Chamberlayne, 15 July 1579]. 

Mr. Robert Lynke, 30 Sept. 1591. [In the writings of S. Ebb's 
church I have seen a will of one Robert Lynke bearinge date 
23 May 1592.] 

Mris Isabell Carpenter, 4 Jan. 159 2 . 

Mris Ursula Webbe, 24 July 1594. 

William Salkeld, of Yorkshire, died in the Castle, buried 18 Oct. 1595. 

Thomas Warren, Mr. of Arts of Gloucester hall, buried in Trinity 
college chapel wherof he was somtimes fellow, 20 Apr. 1598. 

Anthony Bushop, one of the Serjeants of Abendon, buried 1 1 Febr. 

He died in Gloucester hall, at Mr. (John) Feteplace his 
house, being the principals lodgings of that hall. 

. . . Lane, Bac. of Arts of Gloucester hall, buried in S. Mary Magdalen 
parish 4 March 

John Saunders, of the castle of Bampton, 19 Feb. i6oJ. 

Thomas Conisbye, son of Sir Thomas Conysbye, knight, of Hereford- 
shire, being of Gloucester hall and dying there, was buried in 
Magdalen parish church in Oxon, 22 May 1602. 

Richard Makepeace, prisoner, somtimes of Wytney, executed in the 
Castle yard, buried 1 March i6o|. 

Mr. John Bagwell [keeper of the Castle prison], 13 July 1605. 



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Mris Katherine Nicholas, wife of Mr. Henry Nicholas, 14 Febr. i6o£. 
]ohn Worth, M.A. of Gloucester hall, buried in Magdalen parish 

church 17 Jan. i6of. 
Leonard de Banke, of Minster-lovell in com. Oxon, executed in the 

Castle; buried 17 July 1607. 
Robert de Banke, of Minster-lovell, prisoner in the Castle, buried 

3 Oct. 1609. 

Thomas de Banke, prisoner, somtimes of Minster-lovell, buried 
July 17, 161 2 : executed in the Castle. 

Richard Catagre, Mr. of Arts, somtimes esquire bedell of Arts, died in 
Gloucester hall, wherof he was a commoner. Buried in All- 
soules college chappell (wherof he was a fellow and dean of 
Arts in the reign of King Edward VI), 13 Dec. 1609, aetatis 
88. 

Marie Huchenson, somtimes wife of Mr. Ralph Huchenson, president 

of St. John's college, buried 31 Jan. i6f§. 
Mary Lynke, widdow, the wife somtimes of Mr. Robert Lynke, one 

of the choire of Ch. Ch. in Oxon., buried 29 Feb. i6J£ , aet. 88. 
Mathew Fisher of the King's Head in St Martin's parish, buried 

5 March 16 if. 

Richard Buttle of Stanton St. John's, gent., died in the Castle and 
was buried in St. Giles 26 March 16 13 [Buckle; quaere]. 

Mr. . . . Ghent of Gloucester hall, buried in Magdalen parish, 1 May 
1613. 

Anthony Burnsey, born at Lyn ; commoner of Lyncoln college, 
drowned at Rewley locke, buried in Allhallowes church, but 
appointed to be buried in S. Thomas parish, 1 June 161 4. 

Thomas Amble, somtimes fellow of Magdalen college, buried in 
Magdalen college 28 June 1615. 

Mris Joan Ingram, the wife of Mr. Richard Ingram, dying in Glou- 
cester hall, was buried in St. Marie's church 21 Feb. 16 if. 

Leonard Yate, then in the Castle of Oxon, somtimes of Witney, 
buried in S. Martin's church, 14 March i6i#. 

Mr. . . . Strawbridge, dwelling in S. Thomas parish, died at Northlye, 
where he was buried 5 June 161 6. 

Mris Anne Coles, widdow, died at Gloucester hall, and was buried 
in S. Marie's, 21 Nov. 16 16. 

Mr. Robert Russell, Bac. Div. [of Ch. Ch.], vicar of S. Thomas 
parish, buried in Ch. Ch., 25 Nov. 161 6. 

Richard Busby, of Over Norton in com. Oxon., prisoner lately in 
the Castle, buried March 12, 16 if: [executed]. 



CHAP. XXXIX. OXFORD PARISH REGISTERS. 263 



Mr. Edward Carpenter, the husband of Mris. Thomasin Carpenter, 
24 July 1 61 8. 

Mr. John Woodson, the husband of Margaret Woodson, 1 Dec. 16 18. 
Tohn Lavyngton, commoner of Gloucester hall, 29 June 16 19. 
Mr. Andrew Carpenter, 25 Aug. 1620. 

Mris. Katherine Willys, 17 Apr. 1622 [see her bequest in a table 
hanging up in the church : see her bequest to S. Giles parish 
inter collect, de eadem ecclesia]. 

Mr. Anthony Weston, M.A., commoner of Gloucester hall, 10 June 
1622. 

Mr. John Carpenter, 3 July 1622. 
Mris Joan Lamb, 23 Oct. 1622. 

Griffyn Williams of Jesus College, drowned at Ruly locke, buried 
26 July 1623. 

Mr. John Pymme, somtimes commoner of Gloucester hall, 16 Oct. 
1623. 

Elizabeth Fisher, widdow, 2 Feb. i62f. 

Ann Fisher, wife of Matthew Fisher, 26 Jan. 162^. 

John Hawley, Dr. of Law and principall of Gloucester hall, buried at 
Kirtlington 2 0 Apr. 1626 [20 Aprill, quaere]. 

Mr. Edward Michelbourne [poeta insignis], 27 Dec. 1626 [Glou- 
cester hall, quaere]. 

Degorie Wheare, son of Mr. Degorie Wheare, 12 Dec. 1627. 

Mris Thomasin Carpenter, wife of Mr. Edward Carpenter, 25 Feb. i6ff . 

Mr. Edmund Rainolds of Gloucester hall, buried at Wolvercot 
20 Nov. 1630. 

Mr. Thomas Brode buried in S. Martin's, 10 Dec. 1630. 
William Flaxney, dying in the Castle, was buried in S. Giles, 27 Jan. 
163*. 

Mr. Richard Paynter, husband of Alice Paynter, 13 Nov. 163 1. 

Mr. John Martin, somtimes fellow of Oriel college, and Mr. of Arts, 

dying in the Castle, was buried in S. Marie's church, 4 Feb. 

163J. 

Mris Anne Gaynes, 23 Feb. 163^. 

Peter Pickering, somtimes scholar of S. John's college, 16 Aug. 1632. 
Mr. Thomas Allen, of Gloucester hall, buried in Trinity college 

chapel, 1 Oct. 1632. 
Mris Dorothie Dodwell, buried in S. Marie's church, 6 Jan. 163! 

[died in the parish], 
Mr. Henry Bosworth, buried in S. Giles church, 8 Jan. 163^ [lived 

by the Castle mills]. 



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Mr, Edward Carpenter, 15 Jan. 163I [Mr. Edward Carpenter, son 

of Mr. Edward Carpenter, 1 Jan. 163$]. 
Mr. John Dabbe, commoner of Gloucester hall, 29 Aug. 1635. 
Georg Wheare, 20 Apr. 1637 [filins Degorii]. 

Matthew Osbourne, Bac. of Arts and commoner of Gloucester hall, 
27 Apr. 1641. 

Mr. John Wheare, Mr. of Arts of Gloucester hall, 19 Apr. 1642 
[Alius Degorii]. 

Robert Towers, leivtenant to captain Wyvell, late of Lewys in Sussex, 
gent., 23 Feb. 164}. 

Thomas Miller, somtimes fellow of New college, buried from Glou- 
cester hall, 12 Aug. 1643. 

Captain Christopher Grant, of Roxley, under Colonell Darcye's 
regiment, 22 Sept. 1643. 

Thomas Blomer, of Wilton, gent., an ensigne, 25 Sept. 1643. 

Henry Lambe, of Tostock in Suffolk, 23 Nov. 1643. 

James Fourde, of Norton Hackwell in com. Somers., esq., 8 March 
i6 4 |. 

Thomas Chamberlaine, gent., 6 Apr. 1644. 

Thomas Beverley of Smeyton, esq., captaine under colonell Penny- 
man, 24 June 1644. 
Captain John Gastrill, dying in the Castell, was buried 14 July 1644. 
Captain Toogood, 24 April 1646. 
Captain William Atkyns, esq., 24 Apr. 1646. 

Mris Susanna Holland, widdow of Dr. Thomas Holland, somtimes 
Regius Professor of Divinity, buried from Gloucester hall, 
4 March i6£§. 

Mr. Thomas Broad, 22 Oct. 1650. 

Carpenter Carwardyn, dying in this parish, was buried in S. Peter 
the Baillive, 10 Aug. 1652. [This person, who went by the 
name of Carrodin, was executed in the Castle for killing a man 
in the taking possession of an house.] 



INDEX I. 



PLACES IN AND NEAR OXFORD. 

In this Index are given, in minute detail, all references to Oxford names of 
buildings, streets, meadows, streams, and the like. 

Names which are clearly duplicates (whether by accident, owing, e. g., to 
difference of spelling : or by history, as being named from successive owners) are 
printed in italics. It is probable that with fuller knowledge the number of these 
duplicates would be much larger, and the traditional error about the number of 
1 halls ' in Oxford still further set aside. 

Names which are later than Wood's time are enclosed in square brackets. 



S. Abbae ecclesia, ii. 54, i.e. S. Ebbe's, 
q.v. 

Abingdon abbey, owns S. Frideswyde's 
priory, ii. 147, 154: Oxford property 
of, i. 115, 124, 146, 151, 173, 221, 
302, 308, 406, 417, 419-21, 423-5, 

439> 45 1 , 456, 45 8 > 47 1 , 499> 5 J 5- 6 5 
565; ii. 34-6, 51, 80-3, 278, 333, 
338, 448 : holds court near Oxford, 

i. 305 : joint patron of S. Aldate's 
church, ii. 36; iii. 77-8: patron of 
S. Martin's church, ii. 80, 82 ; iii. 87. 

[Abingdon road], i. 416, 424, 468, 
612-3. 

Adulstan hall, i. 587 ; ii. p. viii. 

Adyntoris lane, i. 71, 227-8. 

Aenea aula, i. e. Brasenose. 

S. Agace hall, i. 506, 509-10, 512. 

Agathae domus, i. 573. 

Ailnoth lenementum, i.e. Haberdasher 

hall, q. v. 
Ainsefs, i. e. Ancey's hall, q. v. 
Alba aula, i. e. White hall, 
S. Alban's abbey, house of, in Oxford, 

ii. 248, (?) 255. 

Alban, or S. Alban, hall, i. 4, 132, 174, 
i77~9> 343, 575-6, 593, 596, 603, 
622, 639; 11. p. viii, 255. 

Albi monachi, i. 638, i.e. Cistercians, 
q.v. 

Aid mede, i. 451-2. 
Aid water, i. 451, 465. 



Aid weir, i. 451-2, 467 ; ii. 325. 

S. Aldate's church (S. Tolle's), i. 1 7, 

194, 201, 211, 563, 567, 636, 640; ii. 

P- vi, 1, 33-9, 81, 103; iii. 77-9, 

127-37, 162-3, 197. 

— dedication, ii. 33, 36. 

— patronage of, ii. 34-6, 39, 82, 314; 
iii. 77-8. 

— chancel, iii. 127-8, 131, 134. 

— south door of chancel, iii. 1 34. 

— nave (or body), iii. 129, 131-3. 

— north aisle, iii. 132, 135. 

— south aisle (' Docklington's aisle'), 
iii. 130, 136. 

— chapels in, ii. 37-9 ; iii. 78, 137. 

— West's chapel, iii. 128-9. 

— Pembroke chapel, iii. 136. 

— old vestry, iii. 131. 

— charnel-house, iii. 136. 

— chantries in, i. 194, 476 ; ii. 37-9, 
302 ; iii. 78-9. 

— benefactor of, iii. 129, 253. 

— altars in, iii. 78, 131. 

— font-stone of, iii. 253. 

— anniversaries (obits) in, ii. 39, 93. 

— baptisms in, iii. 198-200. 

— burials in, ii. 237; iii. 34-5, 39, 
127-36, 162, 198, 202-9. 

— marriages in, iii. 198, 200-1, 230. 

— monuments in, ii. 39, 237; iii. 109, 
127-36. 

— ' lights ' in, ii. 38 -9. 



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INDEX I. 



S. Aldato's church {continued) : — 

— old glass in, iii. 130-1, 136. 

— dole at, i. 422 ; iii. 253. 

— rights of against chapels of religious 
houses, ii. 314, 331. 

— clergy of, ii. 37-8 ; iii. 77-8, 99, 204, 
209, 216. 

— clergy of chantries, iii. 78-9. 

— churchwardens of, iii. 253. 

— parish clerk of, iii. 253. 

— registers of, iii. 163, 198. 

— churchyard, i. 194, 563; iii. 129. 

— parish, i. 61, 127, 152, 155, 157-8, 
160, 193, 195, 198-9, 201-2, 211-2, 
296, 415, 422, 457, 466, 507, 509, 

5i5> 5 J 7» 5 2I ~ 2 > 5 2 5. 5 6 4, 5 66 > 6 36, 
638 ; ii. p. viii, 38-9, 48, 58, 92, 157, 
162, 178, 314, 324, 328, 330-1, 333, 
447-8, 5 2 4; *»• 5 8 - 6o > I2 9> 132-3, 
I35> 162-3, 167, 189, 198, 201, 206, 
208, 253. 

[S. Aldate's street], i. 7, 60, 150, 162, 
193, 251, 296, 416, 441, 477-8, 
486. 

A Idee, see Eldee. 

Aldenwere, i.e. Aid weir, q. v. 

S. Aid's church, i. e. S. Aldate's. 

Alegod lane, i. e. Halegod. 

[Alfred street], i. 148, 476. 

Algod's lane, i. e. Halegod. 

Alienore schools, i. 89, 571, 573. 

All hallows, i. e. All Saints. 

All Saints church, i. 17, 62, 79-80, 
in, 1 1 3-4, 148, 447-9, 476, 479, 
492, 619, 638 ; ii. p. viii, 2, 106-12 ; 
iii. 73-7, 145-58. 

— destruction of, 1700, iii. 108, 151. 

— dedication of, ii. 106. 

— patronage of, ii. 86, 106-7 ; iii. 73. 

— chapels in, i. 488; ii. 107-11 ; iii. 
148, 152, 156. 

— chantries in, i. 78, 80, 148, 207, 357, 
453, 47 6 > 480; ii. 83, 96, 107-10; 
iii. 74-7, 96. 

— obits in, ii. 112. 

— baptisms in, iii. 209-10, 214. 

— burials in, ii. 84 ; iii. 31, 33, 35 , 40, 
x 45-57> 209-14, 262. 

— marriages in, iii. 210. 

— monuments in, iii. 109, 145-57. 

— old glass in, iii. 157-8. 

— chancel of, ii. 107, no, 112. 

— 'the College chancel,' iii. 145-9, 
152, 211. 

— 'the parish chancel,' iii. 152-6, 
213-4. 

— the body, or nave, iii. 149-52. 

— aisle, south of nave, iii. 156. 

— the south door, iii. 157. 

— the steeple, iii. 151. 
— - the pulpit, iii. 152. 



All Saints church {continued} : — 

— Mights' in, ii. 109, 111-2. 

— gilds in, ii. 109, 1 1 1-2. 

— altars in, ii. 11 1-2; iii. 74, 147-8, 
169. 

— masses in, ii. n 1-2. 

— images in, ii. n 1-2. 

— clergy of, i. 72, 80, 184; ii. 60, 106; 
iii- 73-5> 94. 99> 212. 

— clergy of the chantries, iii. 74-6, 96. 

— churchyard, i. 479-80. 

— documents of, i. 124, 146: Wood's 
Life and Times, iv. 114 : registers of, 
iii. 31, 209, 254. 

— ' proctors ' of, i. e. churchwardens, i. 
124; ii. no. 

— incorporation of, into Lincoln Col- 
lege, ii. 87, 95, 107-8 ; iii. 105. , 

— re-seating in 1636, iii. 152. 

— property of, i. 125-6, 150, 207, 476 ; 

ii. 109-10, 112; iii. 147. 

— catechetical lecture in, iii. 149. 

— benefactors of, iii. 147, 149, 153. 

— plate of, iii. 149. 

— parish, i. 60, 80-1, 114, 118-9, 
123-7, x 47-9» I 5 2 > 161, 476-7, 480, 
487-8, 490-1, 494, 508, 514-5, 5 18-9, 
522-5, 637, 639 ; ii. p. vii, 37, 56, 58, 
60-1, 93, 105, 108-10, 178, 188; iii. 
29-30, 147, 149, 211, 218, 241. 

All Saints college, i. e. Lincoln College, 

iii. 104-5. 

All Souls college, i. 99, no, 440, 
449, 585, 593, 619, 638; ii. p. vii, 
305-6, 461 ; iii. 118. 

— site of, i. 90, 93-4, 96, 523, 584, 641. 

— garden of, i. 584. 

— Oxford property of, i. 83, 212-3, 
219, 300-1, 452, 566-7. 

— documents of, i. 212: Wood's Life 
and Times, iv. 153. 

— benefactors of, iii. 184. 

— chapel, i. 94 : burials in chapel, iii. 
241, 262 : baptisms in chapel, iii. 
236. 

— chaplains' lodgings, i. 96. 

— cloisters, i. 94, 96, 635. 

— gate, i. 135. 

— warden's lodgings, i. 522. 

— members of, i. 76, 212, 568, 591, 597, 
599, 601-3; ii. 5, 13, 38; iii. 126, 
165, 186, 215, 235-6, 238, 240-1, 
247, 256, 262. 

— servants of, iii. 122, 215. 

— bury partly in S. Mary V. church, 
iii. 238, 240-1: but also in their 
College chapel, iii. 241, 262. 

allutaria, i. 479, 483, 497. 
Almshouses, ii. p. x. — 

(i) near St. Peter's in the East, i. 
107; ii. p. vi, 497. 



INDEX I. 



267 



Almshouses {continued') : — 

(ii) in Holywell, i. e. Almshouse 
place, q. v. 

(iii) of Osney abbey, ii. 202. 

(iv) of Oxford city, ii. 236-7. 

(v) Christ Church, see Ch. Ch.— 
Hospital. 

See also S. Bartholomew's and 
S. John Baptist's Hospitals. 
Almshouse place, i. 381, 385 ; ii. 497-8. 
altars, ii. 535. 

Altus vicus, i.e. High Street, q. v. 
Altus vicus, cp. ' the king's highway ' = 

Schydiard Street, i. 139. 
Anastasiae terra, ii. 112. 
Ancey's (Ansey's) hall, i. 506, 509, 512. 
Anchor inn (Cornmarket street, S. 

Michael's par., ? now ' the Blue 

Anchor'), i. 69, 75. 
Anchorholds, Anchorites, i. 356, 389; 

ii. 482, 487, 494, 502-3. 
S. Andrew' 's church, i. 208, 215, 313; 

ii. 1, 40, 44, 103, 180. 
Andrew (or S. Andrew's) hall, i. 189, 

191-2, 509-10, 587, 598, 606, 639. 
Angel inn, i. 129, 131, 187; iii. 174. 
[Angel mead], i. map ii. 
Angularis aula, i. e. Corner hall, q. v. 
Annularis domus, i. 122. 
Animarum coll., i. 638, i. e. All Souls, 

q.v. 

S. Anne's chantry (in All Saints church), 

i. 148; ii. 107-9; ii*- 74- 
Ansey's hall, i. e. Ancey's, q. v. 
S. Anthony's hall, i. 512. 

S. Anthony's hospital (? London), i. 
SIB- 

Antiqua aula, i. 508. 
Ape hall, i. 162, 510. 
apothecaria, i. 80-1, 148, 479-80. 
Apothecary 's row, i. 479, 494. 
Aquilae {Aquilina) aula, i.e. Eagle 
hall, q. v. 

Aquilonaris porta, i. 256, 347, i.e. 

North gate, q. v. 
[Arch mead, upper], i. map ii. 
Archdeacon of Berks Court, i. 424, 426 ; 

ii. 500. 

Argoes {ArgoVs) lane, i. 138; iii. 240. 
Aristotle's hall, i. 181-2, 510, 588, 

6 3 6 , 639 ; ii. p. viii. 
Aristotle's well, i. 345, 353-5, 439, 617; 

ii. 187. 

Arowed hall, i. 506-7, 516. 
Arthur hall, i. 110. 

'artists,' students in Arts, halls for, i. 
67, 85, 91, 94, 123-4, I33 ? 567, 638- 
640. 

Arts library, i.e. the east wing of the 

Bodleian, i. 40 n. 
Arts schools, i. 571. 



Arts Schools lane, i. 83, i. e. Schools 

street, q. v. 
Ashmolean museum, i. 25-6. 
assizes, i. 154, 269, 305, 420, 621. 
Astbrugge street, i. 291. 
Aston's eyt, i. 452. 
Astra septem, i. 349-50. 
Astrorum-octo, pratum, i. 350, 453. 
Athelstans hall, i. 211, 587. 
atte-merschende field, ii. 507. 
Augustinian friars, see Austin friars. 
Augustinians, i. e. 

(i) Secular canons, ii. p. vi, 4, 
42, 118, 139-42. 

— their struggle with the Canons 
Regular, ii. 146-9, 181, 183-4, 21 *> 
282-4. 

— their Oxford houses, ii. 118, 138, 141 
— viz. S. Frideswyde's priory (q.v.), 
ii. 135: S. George's college in the 
castle, ii. 75, 181-2, 186 : from which 
they are ousted by the Regulars, i. 
214; ii. 181 : ? share in Rewley abbey, 
ii. 296-7 : share in the White Friars, 
ii. 441 : share in Canterbury college, 
ii. 282-4 : share in S. Mary's college 
(Frewen hall), ii. 230, 239: share in 
Trinitarian Friars, ii. 482-3, 486. 

— ousted from chantries by Regulars, 
ii. 171. 

(ii) Augustinian monks, Kegular 
Canons of S. Augustine, ii. 4, 8, 42, 

118, 122, 138-42, 178-9, 211, 229, 
231-2, 238-40. 

— struggle with Seculars, see supra. 

— dress, ii. 140. 

— their Oxford houses, ii. p. vi, 118, 
141: — i.e. S. Frideswyde's priory 
(q. v.), ii. 42, 135, 178-9 : S. George's 
college in the castle (q.v.), i. 214; 
ii. 181-2: Osney abbey (q.v.), ii. 4, 
75, 197: S. Mary's college (Frewen 
hall), i. 75, 227, 231 ; ii. 229, 231-2, 
238, 240. 

Aulriches, see Aylriches. 
aurifabria, i. 114, 491, 497. 
Austin fair, i. 503-4; ii. 457, 462. 
Austin friars, Augustinian friars, called 
also Eremite friars, i. 16, 20, 381 ; ii. 

119, 138-9, 273, 421, 445-72, 49-7. 

— their origin, ii. 458. 

— their dress, ii. 459. 

— arrival in England, ii. 445-6, 459, 
471. 

— settlement in Oxford, ii. 446, 459. 

— benefactors to them in Oxford, ii. 
388, 446-9, 456-7, 459-63. 

— their endowments, ii. 457, 462. 

— their Oxford house, i. 259, 382-3, 
504, 638; ii. p. vi, 78, 446-9, 457-8, 
460. 



268 



INDEX I. 



Austin friars (continued) : — 

— their church, ii. 447-9, 454 6, 460, 
465, 46S-9, 472. 

— their chapter-house, ii. 449, 465. 

— their 1 mansion,' ii. 449. 

— their refectory, ii. 449, 465, 468. 

— their library, ii. 454. 

— their ' schools, 1 i. 571 ; ii. 449-51. 

— University exercises in their ' schools,' 
ii. 97, 449-51, 465. 

— the ' Vespers ' of M. A.'s held there, 
ii. 97, 451, 466. 

— their grove, ii. 471. 

— their gate, ii. 457. 

— their tower, ii. 472. 

— ' Austin ' disputations, ii. 450-1, 465. 

— ' Austin' fair, i. 503-4; ii. 457, 462. 

— patronage of. their Oxford house, ii. 

454-5 , 4 68 ~9- 

— patron's lodgings, ii. 455, 468. 

— members of, ii. 463, 466-7, 471. 

— priors of, ii. 466. 

— steward of, i. 504. 

— burials in their church, ii. 455 -6, 
468-9,471. 

— monuments in, ii. 456, 468-9. 

— anniversaries kept there, ii, 462. 

— their ' martyrology,' ii. 462. 

— disputes with other Mendicant orders , 
ii. 450, 464. 

— dissolution of, i. 504; ii. 457, 470. 

— they are forbidden to hear con- 
fessions, ii. 421. 

— they are employed to make wills, 
ii. 324, 328. 

Austin monks, see Augustinians supra, 
australis pons, i. 313, i. e. South bridge, 
q. v. 

australis porta, i. 453, i.e. South gate, 
q.v. 

Aylnott hall, i. 83, i. e. Haberdasher, 
q.v. 

Aylriches eyt, i. 452-3, 462. 

Bachelors garden, i. 536. 

Bachelors ham, i. 427. 

Bachelors tower, i. 427. 

Friar Bacon's study, i. 307, 632-3; ii. 

48; iii. 253 ('Tower on South 

Bridge'). 
Roger Bacon's study, ii. 411. 
Bagley wood, i. 48. 
Baillives' hills, i. 216. 
Baily, see Bayly, 
bakehouses, i. 528; ii. 209. 
[Baker's mead], i. map ii. 
Balehorne schools, i. 134, 570, 572., 

574. 

Balehorne tenementum, domus, i. 134, 
574- 



Balhokis haw, i. 453. 

Balliol college, i. 7, 258, 358, 372, 

573, 620, 624, 628, 638; ii. p. vii, 

37i- 

— site of, i. 372-3, 636. 

— Oxford property of, i. 1 1 2-3, 116, 
158-60, 179, 219, 301, 343, 35 6 , 360, 
372, 569; ii. 88, 278, 281. 

— documents of, i. 112, 157; ii. 281: 
Wood's Life and Times, iv. 153. 

— chapel of, ii. 79 : use S. Mary Magd. 
church, ii. 79-80 : bury chiefly in 
S. Mary Magd. church, iii. 224-8. 

— library of, i. 14, 289; ii. 122, 216, 
336,381,400. 

— old quadrangle, i. 372. 

— master's lodgings, i. 372. 

— Hammond's lodgings, i. 372. 

— Caesar's lodgings, ' Caesar,' i. 360, 
634-5- 

— Fisher's buildings, i. 634. 

— ' Pompey,' i. 634-5. 

— garden, i. 569, 635. 

— terrace, i. 628. 

— ball-court, i. 358, 360. 

— visitor of, ii. 3. 

— steward of, i. 360. 

— members of, i. 14, 179, 534, 588, 
596, 599, 603, 634 ; ii. 80 ; iii. 104, 
139-4°, x 73, I9 2 , 2I 5> 22 3, 22 4- 8 5 
239, 257. 

— called ' Balliol hall,' i. 112, 179, 343, 
569. 

— Snell exhibitions, iii. 188. 
Balliol hall, — 

(i) in S. Aldate's street, i. 158. 

(ii) Old Balliol hall (in Broad 
street), i. 355, 371-2. 

(iii) New Balliol hall (in Broad 
street), i. 372. 

(iv) = Balliol college, i. 112, 179, 
343, 5 6 9- 

Balliol schools, Balliol college schools, 

i. 89, 572. 
Ballives, see Baillives. 
B allow s (Ballow) ham, i. 63, 453. 
Ballow isle, i. 453. 
[Banbury road], i. 356. 
Banner hall, i. 373. 
Baptist hall, i. 202-3. 
Baptist (Baptys) inn, i. 202,478, 486; 

iii. 169 ('Bats'). 
Baptys inn, i. e. Baptist, q. v. 
Barbican, the, i. 267-9, 2 73> 3^4~5- 
Barbican bridge, i. 433, 437; ii. 62. 
Barbican lane, \. 365. 
S. Barnard's, i. e. Bernard's, college. 
S. Bartholomew's hall, i. 506. 
S. Bartholomew's hospital, i. 16, 282, 

288, 438, 628 ; ii. p. vi. 

— history of, ii. 504-19. 



INDEX I. 



269 



S. Bartholomew's hosp. (conf.) : — 

— (i) a hospital for lepers, 505, 508-9, 

— (ii) given to Oriel college, ii. 506, 
509, 510-3, 517. 

— endowments of, i. 268, 2S4, 290 ; ii. 
505-8. 

— statutes of, ii. 510-1, 513, 518. 

— records of, i. 290 ; ii. 265 : Wood's 
Life and Times, iv. 106. 

— almsmen of, ii. 510-1, 513-5, 5 I 7~8- 

— chaplains of, ii. 505, 508, 510. 

— masters of, ii. 518-9 ; iii. 60. 

— buildings of, ii. 505, 510-1, 517-8. 

— chapel of, ii. 505, 514-8. 

— stained glass in, ii. 518. 

— images in, ii. 515. 

— relics in, ii. 516-7. 

— marriages in, iii. 217, 237. 

— grove of, ii. 504-5, 514, 517. 

— well, see Strowell. 

— Mayday at, ii. 514-6. 

— Holy Thursday at, ii. 513-4. 
S. Bartholomew's inn, i. 513. 
Barwaldescot, i. e. Burwaldescot, q. v. 
Bassa aula, i. 92, 506, 592. 
Bastable's entry, i. 126. 

Bate ham, ii. 389. 

[Bath street, Bath square, S. Clement's], 

i. 61 1. 

Battayle hall, i. 112, 617. 
Battes hall, Battes inn, i. 202-3 \ 
169. 

Baylliol, i.e. Balliol, q. v. 

Bayly (Ballium), the, i. 204, 206, 218, 

220, 311, 477-8, 490, 640; ii. 102; 

iii. 98. < 

— Great, i. 8, 61-2, 116, 202, 204-8, 
218, 220, 228-9, 478, 482-3, 487; 

ii. 439. 

— Little, i. 199, 204, 206-8, 211-2, 229. 

— Lower, i. 62, 207, 215-8. 

— North, i. 9, in, 204, 207-8, 218, 
222-3, 226, 228, 231, 640. 

Great Bayly street, i. e. the Great Bayly. 
North Bayly street, i.e. the North Bayly. 
Bayswater farm and hill, ii. 506-7. 
beadsmen of Oxford, the, i. 575. 
Beam (Biham) hall, aula Boeme, aula 

Trabinea, i. 184-5, 188, 210, 569, 

589, 639; ii. p. viii, 168. 
Bear inn, i. 149, 152 ; iii. 212. 
Bear lane, i. 146, 149, 156, 172, 576. 
Beaufront (Bellofront), i. 83, 88, III, 

"3> 57o-2, 574. 
Beaufront court, i. 88. 
Beaufront place, i. 89. 
Beaufront schools, i. 89, 572. 



Beaufront street, i. 88-9. 

Beaumond, a fancy name for Oxford, 

i. 575, 620. 

Beaumont (Beumont, Bewmont) — 

(i) the north suburb of Oxford, i. 
284, 308, 334, 340, 343-7, 350, 353, 
355' 365 > 4 6 4 5 66, 445— j« Beau- 
mont fields. 

— boundaries of, i. 344. 

— legend of the University in, i. 257, 
349>. 35 T > 434> 626, 628; ii. 14, 66. 

(ii) the small part of the north 
suburb on which the Palace stood, 

i- 345' 356, 367, 375' 0)44 8 - 
Beaumont fields (vaguely), i. 346, 353, 

37 1 ' 375; ii- 66, 181. 
Beaumont field or fields (definitely), i, 

367; ii. 424. 
the Beaumonts, i. 367, 576; ii. 424. 
Beaumont hall, i. 575. 
Beaumont palace, the King's hall or 

palace in Beaumont, — 

— built by Henry I, i. 339, 367, 499 ; 

ii. 424, 429, 495, 505. 

— hall of, ii. 429, 441. 

— chapel, rooms, and gate of, i. 368 ; 
ii. 421-2. 

— outbuildings of, ii. 440. 

— subsequent history as a royal resi- 
dence, i. 217, 249, 268, 273, 343, 345, 
34 8 ' 355' 360, 362-3, 367-7°' 575- 6 ' 
641 ; ii. 77, 356, 394, 424, 429, 441, 
505 (' nova aula'). 

— given to the White Friars, i. 363, 
368, 641 ; ii. 419-22,424, 436-8 : but 
still frequented by the Kings, ii. 424, 

4«9(0- 
Beaumont street — 

(i) the ancient ( = Park road), i. 
344' 347' 356' 375-6, 380, 383 ; 
449' 459- 

(ii) [the modern], i. 366, 375. 
Beausevall street, i. 387, 496. 

Bee abbey, Oxford property of, i. 252 ; 
ii. 360. 

Beckett's inn, i. 506, 513, 589. 
Bedell hall, aula Bedellina — 

(i) Bedell hall, in Oriel street, 
S. Mary's parish, i. 142-3, 589, 637, 
639 ; ii. p. vii. 

(ii) 'Little' Bedell hall, in Penny- 
farthing street, S. Ebbe's parish, i. 
196-8, 589 ; ii. p. viii ; iii. 66. 

Bedells of beggars, ii. 488. 
Bedenes lane, i. 226. 
Bedford hall 1 , i. 113, 227, 506, 513. 
Bedford lane, i. 65-6, 71, 215, 226-8, 
230- 1 ' 5 X 3- 



1 The hall given on p. 641 of vol. i as 'Berford' hall, from one MS., appears 
as ' Bedford ' hall in MS. Bodl. 353. 



270 



INDEX I. 



Bedim, sec Bethlehem. 
Bee hall, i. 225. 

Beef hall (aula Bovina), i. 21 1-3, 251, 
507, 513) 566, 587, 590, 596, 603, 
036-7, 640; ii. 340; iii. 192. 

Beef-hall lane, i. 63, 211, 213, 567. 

Beef lane, i. 211. 

Beffe hall, i. 639, i. e. Beef, q. v. 

Begging friars, ii. 388, 457 : see Mendi- 
eant. 

Beke's inn, i. 141, 535, 537-9, 5 8 9> 

639 ; ii. p. viii, 142. 
Bekctfs inn, i. e. Beckett's, q. v. 
Belew domus, or tenementum, or school, 

i. 90, 570-4. 

Bell inn (Campanae hospitium) — 

(i) [in Cornmarket street], i. 75- 

(ii) in Magdalen street, i. 359-60, 
603; ii. 55; iii. 27. 

Bellerophontis curia, i. 88. 
Bellesitum, i. 44, 345, 347, 575. 
[Bellfounders' arch], i. map ii. 
Bellofront, i. 88, i.e. Beaufront, q. v. 
Bellomonte, i. 345, i.e. Beaumont, q. v. 
Bellositum— 

(i) i. e. Beaumont, i. 257, 345, 347, 
575, 628-9 ; ii. 14, 66. 

(ii) i. e. Oxford, i. 44, 51, 397, 620. 
Bern or Berne hall, i. e. Beam, q. v. 

S. Benedict's, S. Bennet's, church, ii. 1, 
40 ; iii. 197. 

— site of, i. 208, 310-2 ; ii. 45. 

— destruction of, i. 313; ii. p. vi, 41, 
44, 473-4, 476-7. 

— churchyard of, i. 208 ; ii. 473-4, 476. 

— parish of, i. p. xi; ii. 41, 473, 477. 
Benedictines, Black monks, Nigri 

monachi, ii. 140, 246-8, 341, 349-50, 

365, 393-4- 

— founder of, i. 311 ; ii. 40, 246, 350, 

393-4- 

— origin and early history of, ii. 246-7. 

— settlement in England, ii. 247. 

— dress, ii. 248. 

— first settlement in Oxford, in Stock- 
well Street, i. 366, 424; ii. 248. 

— their Oxford colleges, ii. p. vi, x, 
119: viz. — 

(i) Canterbury college, i. 39, 638 ; 

ii. 275-89. 

(ii) Durham college, i. 373, 638; 
ii. 263-74. 

(iii) Gloucester college, i. 39, 370, 
638 ; ii. 248-63. 

— found also in London college, i. 159, 
638 ; ii. 119. 

— members of their order join the Grey 
friars, ii. 450. 

— history of the order in England by 
Clemens Reynerus, ii. 247-8. 

— council of them at Oxford, ii. 294. 



Benedictine nuns, ii. 124. 

Benesey, i. e. Binsey, q. v. 

Beni, i.e. Beam hall, q. v. 

Bcnscy, i. e. Binsey, q. v. 

Bensenal (Bensenhall, Bensnall) street, 

i- 384, 3 8 7> 49 6 - 
Beof hall, i. 211, 640, i.e. Beef, q. v. 
Ber hall, ii. 277, 279 : see also Bor hall. 
Berechet, ii. 76. 

B erf ord hall, i. 93-4, 588, 591, 593, 
641 ; iii. 269 n. 

Berks, Archdeacon of, Court, i. 424, 
426 ; ii. 500. 

Bernardino monks, Black Cister- 
cians — 

— called 4 Black monks,' i. 344 ; ii. 294, 
307- 

— called ' White monks,' ' Albi mona- 
chi,' i. 638 ; ii. 307. 

— their founder, ii. 140, 291-2, 306-7. 

— their origin, ii. 306-7. 

— their dress, ii. 294, 307. 

— settlement in England, ii. 307. 

— their Oxford houses, ii. p. vi, 119, 
307, 309 : viz.— 

(i) ? London college, i. 159. 

(ii) S. Bernard's college, q. v. 

S. Bernard's college, i. 16; ii. p. vi, 
305-10. 

— site, i. 355, 358 ; ii. 306. 

— founded for students of the Bernar- 
dine and Cistercian orders, i. 159, 
638; ii. 305, 307, 309. 

— foundation, ii. 306. 

— statutes, ii. 308. 

— endowments, ii. 308. 

— privileges, ii. 309. 

— buildings, ii. 306, 309-10. 

— chapel, ii. 309-10. 

— coats of arms in, ii. 309-10. 

— hall, ii. 309. 

— walks and gardens, ii. 309-10. 

— bells, ii. 310. 

— c provisors,' i. e. governors, of, ii. 
308. 

— other members, ii. 309. 

— destruction of, ii. 310. 

— granted to Christ Church, and bought 
to found S. John's college, ii. 178, 
310. 

Bessills (Besills) college, i. 70. 
Bessills place, ii. 235, 245. 
Bethlehem (Bedlem), i. 355-6 ; ii. 496! 
Beufrunt, see Beaufront. 
Beuseval, see Bensenal. 
Bevana aula, i. 506, 513, 590, 594. 
Bewmont, i. e. Beaumont, q. v. 
Biham hall, i. 184, 188, 589, i.e. 

Beam, q.v. 
Bileby, Great and Little, i. 180. 
Billing hall, i. 205. 



INDEX I. 



271 



Binsey village, i. 2S0, 320-5, 338, 
343, 39S, 465, 577. 613, 630; ii. 
41-2, 124, 142, 144, 149-5°; 
71. 

— rights of common of, i. 461, 614. 

— inhabitants of, i. 455, 615 ; ii. 132. 

— causeway to, i. 318-9, 436-7, 577; 
ii. 226. 

— folk-lore of, i. 577; ii. 132. 
Binsey church (chapel), i. 324, 329, 

577-8 ; ii. 1, 41-3, 58, 149-50- 

— site, i. 323, 325, 328; ii. 41. 

— legendary history, i. 323 ; ii. 42, 
131-2. 

— images in, i. 324, 577-8 ; ii. 43. 

— relics in, i. 324. 

— altars in, i. 577. 

— stained glass in, ii. 43. 

— roodloft in, i. 578. 

Binsey, cell (of S. Frideswyde's priory), 
ii. 42. 

— common or green, i. 46, 354. 

— court, i. 324, 329. 

— ford, i. 46, 577. 

— green, see common, supra. 

— 'hundred,' i. 322-3. 

— manor, i. 53, 323, 343, 458; ii. 142, 
150. 

customs of, i. 323. 

— nunnery, legend of, i. 326 ; ii. 42, 
I3I-3- 

— vicarage, i. 577-8 ; ii. 43. 

— well (S. Margaret's well), i. 289, 
321, 323-4, 328-9, 438, 577-8; ii- 
43, 131, 134, 166, 169, 528. 

Biscopsmore, i.e. Bishopsmore, q. v. 
Bishop domus, i. 168. 
Bishop Howson's house, i. 299, 415. 
[Bishop King's house], i. 415. 
Bishop of Oxford's palace — 

(i) in Gloucester college, ii. 5, 7. 

(ii) at Cuddesdon, i. 316; ii. 12, 
160. 

Bishop's eyt, i. 453-4 ; ii. 109. 

Bishop's eyt mead, ii. 507. 

Bishop's heie, i. 454. 

Bishop's (Bishop) mead, i. 293, 295, 

4545, 158- . 
Bishop's more, i. 192, 295, 402, 454 ; 

ii. 149, 158, 
Bishop's more mill, i. 402, 406 ; ii. 

149. 

Bishop's weale water, i. 465. 

Black friars, Dominican or Preaching 
friars, fratres Praedicatores, i. 16, 20, 
39, 209, 638; ii. 119, 311-42. 

— their founder, ii. 311, 325. 

— their institution, ii. 311, 326. 

— their dress, ii. 326. 

— their arrival in England, ii. 31 1- 2, 
328-9. 



Black friars (continued*) : — 
— welcome the Franciscans to England, 
ii- 34 6 , 354, 356. 



— first settlement in Oxford, in the 
Jewry, ii. 311-2, 3H~5» 324-8; iii. 
61. 

— early Oxford benefactors, ii. 312-4, 
323-4, 326-7, 330-2, 337. 

— their (in the Jewry) mansion, i. 160 ; 
ii. 173, 314: refectory and dormitory, 
ii. 351 : chapel, ii. 314-5, 321-2, 
326, 330-1, 337, 339 : altar, ii. 314, 
331: bells, ii. 314, 331: cemetery, 
ii. 314-5, 330-1 : and schools, i. 160 ; 
ii. 312, 315-7, 327-9, 334-5. 

— while in the Jewry, they welcome 
the Franciscans to Oxford, ii. 351, 
357, 394- 

— and house the Parliament of 1258, 

ii- 315, 337- 

— sale of their first site, ii. 316, 327. 



— translation to the south suburbs of 
Oxford, ii. 315, 325, 328, 330. 

— benefactors in their new home, ii. 
316, 323-4, 332-3, 388. 

— their Oxford property, i. 334, 453, 
462 ; ii. 313-4, 324-6, 333, 338, 341. 

— endowments, ii. 273, 324-5, 333. 

— own Black friars mills, i. 404-5 ; ii. 

313, 3 2 4. 331-2- 

— site of their second Oxford house, 

i. 251, 280, 302, 308-10,398,432; 

ii. p. vi, 315-6, 324, 328, 351, 361. 

— incidental mention of, by buildings 
near it, i. 252 : lanes, i. 298, 304 : 
streams, i. 452 : meadows, ii. 361, 
396, 453- 

— details of their second Oxford 
house — 

— their lodgings, ii. 325, 332, 341. 

— their church, ii. 317, 321, 323, 325, 

3 2 8, 332, 337-4 1 - 

altars in, ii. 324, 338. 

crosses in, ii. 341. 

■ images in, ii. 340-1. 

lights in, ii. 324, 338. 

masses in, ii. 339-40. 

anniversaries in, ii. 333. 

bells of, ii. 325. 

monuments in, ii. 339-40. 

? University exercises in, ii. 97, 

336. 

— persons buried in their church, i. 
590; ii. 322-3, 338-41. 

— their churchyard — persons buried in 
it, 333, 478. 

— their schools, i. 572; ii. 318, 32S, 
33o, 333) 336, 34 l , :— 'Theological' 
and ' Philosophical,' ii. 317, 449. 



INDEX I. 



Black friars {continued): — 

— University exercises in their schools 
(or church), ii. 97, 330, 334, 336. 

— their cloister, ii. 317, 332, 341. 

— their chapter-house, ii. 317. 

— their library, ii. 321, 341, 405, 429. 

— their tower, ii. 472. 

— their gate, i. 302; ii. 324-5, 328, 

333> 34i- 

— their grove, ii. 325, 341. 

— their garden, i. 452. 

— their close, i. 456 ; ii. 325. 

— their walks, ii. 341. 

— their fishponds, ii. 341. 

— members of the Oxford house, ii. 
312, 317-20, 322, 327, 335-7. 339- 

— priors of the Oxford house, i. 453 ; 
ii. 337; iii. 61. 



— dissolution and destruction of, i. 156, 
253, 302; ii. 226, 321, 323-5, 341, 
35 1 , 4 11 - 

— are the Oxford quarters of the bishops 
of Lincoln, ii. 321, 338. 

— controversy with Univ. Oxon., ii. 
334- 

— disputes with other orders, ii. 464. 

— reputation in Canon Law, ii. 321, 
327, 33 6 - 

— their repute for ' learning,' ii. 293. 

— at Paris, ii. 312, 322, 329. 

— martyrology of, ii. 322, 339. 

— are popularly employed in making 
wills, ii. 324, 388. 

Black friars mills, i. 404-5 ; ii. 313, 324, 
331-2. 

[Blackfriars road], i. 613. 

Black hall, aula Nigra, i. 518, 622 — 

— (i) in Cat street, S. Peter's in the 
East parish, distinguished as ' Great' 
Black hall, now part of Hertford 
college, i. 91, 97, no, 517, 567-8, 
582, 5 8 5> 596, 636-7, 640 ; ii. p. vii. 

— (ii) in Schools street, S. Mary's 
parish, distinguished as ' Little' Black 
hall, opposite Brasenose, destroyed 
for the Radcliffe Camera, i. 90-1, 

57 1 , 573-4. 636-7 J P- vii. 

— (iii) in Kibald street, ? S. John 
Baptist parish, i. 190. 

— (iv) (?) in lane under east wall, in 
S. Peter East parish, merged in 
S. Edmund hall, i. 101, 104, 594: 
styled also 4 Great ' Black hall. 

— ( v ) 00 i n Blue-boar street, in 
S. Frideswyde's or S. Edward's parish, 
i. 168-9. 

— (vi) in S. Giles' street and parish, 
i. 354, 356-7, 627 ; ii. 69. 

— (vii) in S. Ebbe's parish, i. 197, 209. 
Black hall farm, ii. 300. 



[Black Jack's isle], i. 465. 
Black John's pit, i. 465. 
Black monks — 

(i) the Benedictines, q. v. 

(ii) in i. 344 ; ii. 294, 307, = the 
Bernard ines or Black Cistercians, q.v. 

[Blackboy lane], i. 356. 

Blake, i.e. Black hall, q.v. 

Blankney hall, i. 227, 506, 513, 638. 

Blew, i.e. Blue, q.v. 

Blue-bell inn, i. 359. 

Blue-boar hall, i. 514. 

Blue-boar inn — 

(i) in S. Aldate's parish and street, 
on east side of street, i. 155, 199, 
478, 576 ; ii. 56, 494-5. 

(ii) in S. Aldate's parish and street, 
on west side of street, on site of the 
modern Post Office, i. 155, 198, 617; 

ii. 494. 

[Blue-boar lane], i. 148, 156, 161, 478, 

576,617-8. 
Blue-coat men of Oxford, ii. 237. 
Blund's place, i. 528. 
Boar lane, i. 576. 
Boar-head inn, i. 146-7. 
Bocardo, — 

— origin of name, i. 256, 632. 

— gate, i. 59, 70, 255-7, 345, 624, 
632 ; ii. 228, 238 — see North gate. 

— used as prison, i. 256, 624, 626, 632; 

iii. 28, 33, 251-2. 
Bocherew, i. e. Butchers' row, q. v. 
Bocheria, i. 497, i. e. Butchers' row, q.v. 
Bookbinders 1 ', i. e. Bookbinders' bridge, 

q. v. 

Boden (Bodin) hall, i.e. Bodyn, q.v. 
Bodleian (or Public) library, iii. 69. 

— site of, i. 83, 88-9, 112. 

— called 'the Vatican,' iii. 152. 

— much used by foreigners, iii. 152. 

— 'Duke Humphrey' portion, i. 13, 
83, 89, iii-2 ; ii. 29. 

— 'Arts' portion, i. 13, 40, 175: see 
Wood's Life and Times, i. 182. 

— picture gallery (1618), iii. 175. 

— [Camera Bodleiana], i. 90. 

— printed book in, i. 346. 

— MSS. in, i. 14, 25-6, 90, 233, 441, 
447, 575, 616; ii. 44, 239, 258; iii. 
73- 

Bodock, i. e. Budhoc, q. v. 
Bodyn hall, or domus — 

(i) Great Bodyn hall, in Broad 
street, S. Mary Magdalen parish, i. 
123, 355, 374, 528, 636 ; iii. 67. 

(ii) Little Bodyn hall, in Turl 
street, S. Mildred's parish, i. 123, 
636 ; iii. 67. 

Bodyn's lane, i. 226-8, 230; iii. 67. 
Boeme, Boemii, aula, i.e. Beam, q.v. 



INDEX I. 



273 



Bohemiae aula, i. 184, i.e. Beam, q.v. 

Bokardo, i. e. Bocardo, q. v. 

Boken hall, i. 150, 203 ; ii. 82. 

Bole (or Bolle) hall. [In some places 
this appears to be possibly a spelling 
of Bull hall, q. v. : but see ' tene- 
mentum Walteri Bolle,' i. 197. So 
far as these very confused entries 
can be discriminated, they stand as 
follows : — ] 

(i) in S. Peter East parish, near the 
church, i. 106, 581-2, 584. 

(ii) in S. Aldate's parish and street 
{olim Fish street), i. 193, 198, 617. 
In i. 198, Wood says 1 Bolle, or Bull, 
hall,' perhaps in error. 

(iii) in S. Ebbe's parish, in Pem- 
broke street {olim Pennyfarthing 
street), i. 197. 

(iv) in Pennyfarthing street, (?) in 
S. Aldate's parish, i. 193, 195 — 
generally called ' Bull hall,' q. v. 

Bolendon, i. e. Bullingdon, q. v. 
Bolle domus, i. 197. 
Bolle hall, i. e. Bole, q. v. 
Bolle-shipton, see Bolshipton. 
Bolles manor, i. 283, 410 ; ii. 144, 
152. 

Bolles manor-house, i. 279, 283. 
Bolles place,. i. 529. 

Bolshipton farm, or manor-house, i. 

279, 283-6, 468, 629. 
Bolshipton grounds, i. 655. 
Bolshipton manor, i. 283, 285, 410 ; 

ii. 144, 152. 
Bolstake, i. e. Bulstake, q. v. 
Boner hall, i. 343, 355, 373. 
Bongei, see Bungay. 
Bonivalet tene??ientum, i. 173. 
Bookbinders' bridge, i. 315-7, 365, 403, 

4°9> 433 5 62, 93, 160, 200^ 202. 
Bookbinders tenement, i. 433. 
Boor, i. e. Boar, q. v. 
Bor hall, i. 569 — see also Ber hall. 
Bore, i. e. Boar, q. v. 
Borealis porta, i. 69, i.e. North gate, 

q. v. 

Borewald hall, i. 506, i. e. Burewald, 
q. v. 

Borham hall, i. 536, 647. 
Borst hall, i. 129. 
Borstall hall, i. 129, 131, 192, 637. 
Bosperge, i. 47 : see ii. 132. 
Bost hall, i. 523. 

Bostar (Boster) hall, i. 130-1, 514, 523, 

588, 592, 639 ; ii. p. vii, 528. 
[Botanic], i.e. Physic Garden, q. v. 
Bote ham, ii. 389. 

Botley village, i. 53, 112, 133, 325, 

344> 437> 4391 l 9 l 5 *3 2 > 
152. 

VOL. III. T 



[New Botley], i. 612. 
[Botley bridge], i. 612. 
Botley causeway, i. 318-9, 332, 334, 
436, 577 5 iii- 260. 

— mead, i. 436-7, 454, 465. 

— mill, i. 332, 612. 

[Botley road], i. 46, 319, 437, 612, 634. 
boundary stones, i. 339, 345, 353 (?), 

364, 460, 467, 491, 496, 627; ii. 

170. 

Bovina aula, i. e. Beef, q. v. 

Bowlshipton, i.e. Bolshipton, q.v. 

bows = bridges of one arch, i. 643. 

Bowyer's hall, i. 101. 

Boy mill, i. 284, 401, 413. 

Boyden, i. e. Bodyn, q. v. 

Brabaneys eyt, i. 455. 

Bracina aula, i. 355. 

Brackley hall, i. 355, 374, 636-7. 

Bradmore, i. 336, 340, 345, 455, 457, 

459, 577- 
Bradmore fields, i. 49. 
Mid Bradmore, i. 346. 
Bradwell hall, i. 131. 
Bradyates, i. e. Broadgates, q. v. 
Brakley, i. e. Brackley, q. v. 
Brampton's court, i. 360. 
Brand, i.e. Brend, q.v. 
Brasenose college, collegium Aenei 

Nasi, i. 7, 90, 119, 277, 448-9, 530, 

636- 7 ; iii. 104. 

— site of, i. 85, 87, 115, 1 1 8-9, 122. 

— founder and foundation of, i. 85, 88, 
543; iii. 132. 

— Oxford property of, i. 83, 91, 424, 

45 8 > 463, 4 68 > 494> 57 2 J 49 s - 

— acquire S. Mary's college (Frewen 
hall), i. 227; ii. 232-3, 236-7. 

— documents of, i. 85 ; ii. 236-7, 528. 

— visitor of, ii. 3. 

■ — members of, i. 277, 463, 544 ; ii. 
179, 232; iii. 112, 115, 117, 119, 

121, I25, I49, 238-43, 245-7, 25O. 

— called ' collegium regale de Brasin- 
nose,' i. 85, 88 ; ii. 179. 

— chapel, i. 83, 85, 119 ; iii. 236. 

— new chapel (1656), ii. 233-4. 

— library, i. 1 75. 

— quadrangle, i. 87. 

— stable, ii. 216. 

— High street gateway, i. 81. 

— bury in S. Mary's church, iii. 112, 
115, 117, 119, 121, 125, 238-43, 
245-7- 

Brasenose hall, aula Aenea, i. 87-8, 
1 20-2, 556, 561, 588, 592, 594, 600-1, 

637- 8 ; ii. p. vii ; iii. 119. 
[Brasenose lane], i. 72, 90, 115. 
Brasenose school, i. 572-3. 
Brecham's court, i. 360, 529. 

Brem (Breme) hall, i. 506, 514, 516. 



274 



INDEX L 



Brcnd {Brand, Hrent) court, i. 344, 

356, 361. 
Brend hall— 

(i) in Turl street, i. 121, 124. 

(ii) in Kibald street, i. 191. 
[Brewers street], i. 307. 
brewhouses, i. 70, 108, 188, 274 (bra- 

ceria% 275, 300-1, 304, 308, 399, 

432, 5. 2 . 8 > 579 5 »• 45> 7 8 > 8 4> 9°> 
209 ; iii. 29. 
Brid (Bryd) hall— 

(t) in S. Edward's parish, i. 147, 
J 73- 

(ii) in S. Mary Magd. parish, in 

Broad street, i. 374-5. 
Bridewell, i. 227; ii. 236-7. 
New Bridewell, ii. 237. 
Bridewell lane, i. 227. 
bridges, i. 17, 37, 407-37, 643 ; ii. 536. 
Bridgset, i. 282; ii. 48; i.e. Brugset, 

q.v. 

Briggesliythe {Bnggeschet), i. 286, i.e. 

Brugset, q. v. 
Briggeswyth (Brigswith) place, i. 307, 

42 1-5 ; ii. 48, 498. 
Broad ford, i. 417. 
[Broad moor], i. map ii. 
[Broad street], i. 164-5, 37 T > 616, 628, 

634. 

[Broad walk, Christ Church], i. 297, 
414. 

Broadgates hall, aula Latae Portae, 
aula Latarum Portarum, aula Late- 
portensis — 

(i) in S. Aldate's parish, now Pem- 
broke college, i. 4, 303, 636, 640 ; ii. 
p. viii, 178. 

— site, i. 194, 211, 213, 565-7, 636. 

— early history, i. 194, 563-7. 

— members of, i. 2, 292, 563, 579, 
603-5, 607-8; iii. 127-8, 136, 202, 
204-6. 

— uses S. Aldate's church as its chapel, 
ii- 35- 

— becomes Pembroke college, i. 563, 
567, q.v. 

— Wood's history of, i. 17, 203, 211, 
563-7- 

— Wood's catalogue of principals of, 
i. r93-4 3 603-5. 

(ii) in S. Aldate's parish, east side 
of S. Aldate street, at one time the 
Jewish synagogue, i. 508, 564. 

(iii) in Grandpont, S. Michael's at 
South Gate parish, i. 297 (' Lat. 
port.'), 303, 564. 

(iv) in High street (north side), in 
All Saints' parish, i. 81, 120, 480, 
5 6 5, 5 8 9> 604, 637, 639; ii. p. vii. 

(v) in High street (south side), in 
S. Mary's parish, i. 135, 565, 637; 



Broadgates hall {continued") : — 
ii. 188 (read ' High' for ' Schydiard 1 

street). 

(vi) in Schydiard street, in S. Ed- 
ward's parish, i. 140-1, 564; ii. 7;,. 

(vii) in Schydiard street, in S. Frides- 
wyde's parish, i. 141. 

(viii) in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, 

i. 218, 564 ; iii. 68. 

Brodmore, i. 577, i.e. Bradmore, q.v. 
Brokeneseild, i. 422. 
Broken-hcys (-hayes) — 

(i) in Wood's time = the modern 
Gloucester green, i. 216, 253, 268, 

334-5, 345, 362-3, 365, 36 8 , 434. 
627 ; ii. 62, 424, 444. 

(ii) modern use, i. 363. 
Broken-heys fair, i. 504-5, 631. 
Broken-heys market, i. 497, 505. 
Brondes hall, i. 91, 104, 506, 514 ; iii. 65. 
[Brooks ground], i. map ii. 
Broomans, i. e. Bruman's, q. v. 
Brownman 's, i. e. Bruman's, q. v. 
(Little) Bruern, ii. 172. 

Brugset (Bruggeset, Bridgset, &c.) — 

— hundred, i. 285, 463 ; ii. 152. 

— manor, i. 279-80, 282, 285, 287, 
628. 

— street, i. 286-7, 290-1 ; ii. 48. 

— suburb, i. 284-5, 34 8 , 409-10; ii. 
508. 

Brum hall, i. 514. 

Bruman's (Brumman's) mead, ii. 191. 
Bruman's (Brumman's, Brownman's) 

well, i. 34 8 ~9, 353-4, 439> 459> 57 6 5 

ii. 187. 
Brun's hall, i. 66. 
Bryd, i.e. Brid hall, q.v. 

S. Budhoc's (Bodhoc, Budoc) church, 
ii. 1, 474; iii. 197. 

— site of, i. 208, 310-2, 579; ii. 44, 

396- \ 

— rector of, iii. 79. 

— history of, ii. 44-7, 477. 

— parish of, i. p. xi, 252, 281 ; ii. 44-7, 
360, 477, 524. 

— anchorite of, ii. 503. 
Btdestak, i. e. Bulstake, q. v. 
Bulkley hall, i. 145-6, 573, 600. 
Bull hall, see also Bole hall. 

(i) Bull hall, aida Taurina, in 
Pennyfarthing street, (?) in S. Aldate's 
parish, i. 195-6, 600, 640 ; ii. p. viii ; 
is called also, i. 195, Bole or Bolle 
hall, perhaps wrongly. 

(ii) in S. Aldate's street and parish, 
i. 195, 198: but called also Bole or 
Bolle hall. 

(iii) (?) in Pennyfarthing street in 
S. Ebbe's parish, (?) i. 195, 197— 
rectius Bole or Bolle hall. 



IXDEX I. 



275 



Bull ring, i. 63, 446. 
Bull school, i. 572-3. 
Buller's non-ultra walk, i. 344, 576; 
iii. 221. 

Bullingdon (Bolendon) hundred, i. 282, 

985, 53S-7> 342. 
Bullock's lane, i. 215-6, 218, 490-1, 

576, 624. 
Bulstake — 

— bridge, i. 46, 319, 409, 436-7, 454. 

— mead, 344, 436, 453~4> 4 6 5 '■> 
193- 

— water, 1. 344 (?}. 454. 

[Bulwarks alley], i. 208, 215, 229, 363. 
Bungay's, friar, study, ii. 411. 
Bunseval street, i. 38 7. 
Bunsey, i. e. Binsey, q.v. 
Buo:, ii. 46, i.e. Budhoc, q.v. 
Burchester's inn, i. 514. 
Burchester schools, i. 89. 
Burele hall, i. 356. 
Burewald Borewald) — 

— entry, i. 307, 514. 

— hall. i. 73, 506; iii. 68. 
Burezvald^s lane. i. 65, 225; ii. 88; 

iii. 68. 

Burcwaldescote, see Burwaldescote. 
Burgess (Burgeys ; mead, i. 454-5, 617; 
ii. 70. 

Bumelfs college, i. 159-60. 

BurnelVs inn, i. 157-60, 164, 588, 638, 

641 : ii. p. viii, 88. 
BurnelVs synagogue, ii. 158. 
Bursar hall, i. 506, 514. 
Burwaldescote hall, i. 81, 146, 636-7. 
Butchers' row, Bocherew, Bocheria, 

Butchery, i. 480, 497. 

(i) the slaughterhouses : 

(a) in the city, in All Saints' and 
S. Martin's parishes, L 480-1. . 

(b) just outside the south wall, in 
Brewers street, i. 307-8, 481, 628. 

(c) in Grandpont. i. 307-8, 481. 

(d) dispersed throughout the 
suburbs, i. 481 ; ii. 209. 

(ii) the stalls of sellers of meat : 

(a) ancient, — 

(a) in S. Martin's parish, Queen 
street, i. 204, 478, 480-1. 

(b) in All Saints' parish, High street, 
i. 4S0, 482. 

(c) outside North gate, in S. Mar)' 
Magd. parish, i. 482. 

(d) locality not stated, called 
' Fishmongers' row,' i. 482. 

(b) in Wood's time, — 

(a) fixed stalls, in S. Peter-le-Bailey 
parish, Queen street, i. 199, 219. 483. 
576. 

(b) movable stalls, on market-days 
only, in High street, i. 4S3. 



Butlers ham, i. 454. 
Buts, ii. 69. 

Butt, or Butts, i. 460 ; ii. 308. 
Butter bench — 

— old, i. 477 ; ii. 86. 

— [modern], i. 477. 
Butterwyke lane, i. 297-8. 
Byllyng, i. e. Billing hall, q. v. 
Bym hall, i. 569. 

Byscopsmore, i. e. Bishop's more, q. v. 



Caesar, Caesar's lodgings, i. 360, 634-5. 
cage, the, i. 486. 
Cambye's lodgings, i. 213. 565. 
[Camera Bodleiana], i. 89-90. 
Camera deskelyng, i. 154, 252. 
camino, aula cum, i. 92, 181, 636, i.e. 

Chimney hall, q. v. 
Campanae hospitium, i.e. Bell inn, q.v. 
Campus field, i. 414, 468. 
Campus pits, i. 414. 
[Canal, Oxford and Birmingham], i. 

353~4> 436 : 439- 
[Canal wharf 1, i. 215-6, 365. 
Canditch, Candida fossa — 

(i) the north part of the city moat, 
i- 259> 263, 355> 37 1 > 378, 4 o8 > 636-8 ; 

ii. 78. 

(ii) the row of houses, or suburb, 
facing the said ditch, now the north 
side of Broad street, i. 258, 262-3, 
355- 362, 37 1 * 373-4, 0 28 5 ii. 263; 

iii. 222-3, 228. 
Canditch, fair in, i. 258. 
Canon law schools — 

(i) sometimes apparently a vague 
reference to ' schools in which Canon 
law was taught,' i. 159. 161. 

(ii) a definite building in S. Ed- 
ward's parish, Canon school, Schola 
canonica, Canon law school, i. 160-1, 
163, 576, 591, 602-3, 636 ; ii. p. vii, 
57* 

Canons Regular, see Augustinians. 
Canons Secular, see Augustinians. 
Canterbury college, i. 16, 39, 638; 
ii. p. vi, 119, 232, 259, 275-90. 

— founder, ii. 276. 2S2. 284-7, 289. 

— second founder, ii. 285-6. 

— benefactors, ii. 2S6, 289. 

— original stattdes, ii. 285-6: founded 
for Benedictines of Christ Church, 
Canterbury, and for secular students, 
ii. 275-6, 282, 285. 

— the secular students are ejected, ii. 
275, 282, 283-5. 

— second statutes, limited to Benedic- 
tines from Christ Church. Canterburw 
ii. 283-5. 

— third statutes, ii. 285-7. 



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INDEX I. 



Canterbury college [continued) : — 

— site of, i. 139, 169, 172, 174, 250, 
523, 540, 591 ; ii. 276-82. 

— buildings of — 

chapel, ii. 178, 286-7, 289. 

masses in, ii. 286. 

vestments of, ii. 287. 

hall, ii. 1 78, 289. 

library, ii. 285. 

treasury, ii. 286. 

frontage, i. 140. 

chambers, ii. 178, 289. 

kitchen, ii. 178, 289. 

outhouses, ii. 178, 289. 

— — garden, ii. 277, 281. 
walks, ii. 277. 

— — gate of, i. 174, 538 ; ii. 282. 

— patronage of, ii. 283. 

— common seal of, ii. 281, 286. 

— endowments, ii. 289. 

manors, ii. 276, 281. 

churches, ii. 282-3, 286. 

— members of — 

warden (custos), ii. 281-9 : his 

duties, ii. 285-6: his salary, ii. 286, 
289. 

key-keeper, ii. 286. 

bursar, ii. 286. 

precentor, ii. 287. 

bible-clerk, ii. 286. 

monk-students, their number, ii. 

282, 285 : allowances, ii. 285 : duties, 

ii. 285-7. 

poor-scholars, ii. 286. 

earlier secular students, ii. 283. 

later secular students, ii. 287, 290. 

— dissolution, ii. 289. 

— granted to Cardinal Wolsey's col- 
lege, ii. 178; and to Christ Church, 

ii. 8, 289. 

— its buildings part of Christ Church, 
i. 174, 192 ; ii. 282, 289-90. 

Canterbury gate, i. 174, 538 ; ii. 282. 
Canterbury hall, i.e. college, q. v., 

i. 192 ; ii. 276. 
Canterbury quadrangle, ii. 290. 
Caral, i. e. Karol hall, q. v. 
Cardinal college, i. 198, 287; ii. 91; 

iii. 29 — see (Cardinal) Wolsey's col- 
lege. 

Cardinal 's-hat inn, i. 360-1, 508. 
Carey, see, Cary. 

Carfax, Quatervois, Quadrivium, i. 47, 
59-64, 79, 127, 150, 193, 202-4, 
221, 439, 44 1 . 44 6 , 477~ 8 , 4§3, 485, 
617-8, 626, 633; ii. 80, 244; iii. 
168. 

Carfax church, i. 221, 619; ii. 56; 

iii. 173, 185 ; i.e. S. Martin's, q. v. 
Carfax conduit, i. 61-3, 438, 441-9, 

477,622,633. 



Carmelite friars, White friars, i. 16, 
20, 370, 638 ; ii. p. vi, 119, 413-45. 

— their founder, ii. 432. 

— their institution, ii. 432-3, 445. 

— their dress, ii. 433. 

— their first coming into England, ii. 
4 T 3~4> 433- 



— they study at Oxford, having yet no 
house, ii. 414, 433-4 

— their first house in Oxford is in 
Stockwell street (where Gloucester 
college was afterwards), i. 368, 370; 
ii. 249, 415-9, 423, 434-6. 

— enlargement of their site, ii. 416-9, 
435 " 6 

— benefactors to their first house, ii. 
4^-9, 434-6- 

— details as to their first house, ii. 423, 
435- 

— their lodgings, ii. 414, 416-7, 419, 

435- 

— their chapel, ii. 416-7, 419, 435-6. 

— their schools, ii. 419, 425. 

— their gate, ii. 419, 436. 

— their gardens, ii. 419. 

— their walks, ii. 418-9. 

— sale or letting of their first site, i. 
366 ; ii. 249, 261, 423-4, 431, 435, 
444. 



- King Edward II's vow to build 
them a house, ii. 420, 437. 

- instead he gives them Beaumont 
palace (q. v.), ii. 420-1, 437; and 
enlarges its site, ii. 421, 437. 

- the Carmelites translate themselves 
to the King's palace of Beaumont, 
i- 355» 3 6 3, 365, 368-9, 576, 641; 
ii. 248, 419, 422-3, 435-6, 438, 440, 

49 6 - \ «■ 

- consequent reflections against the 
mendicant orders, i. 368 ; ii. 420-2, 
438. 

- ordinances of Edward II, ii. 421, 

437- I J| 

- benefactors in their new home, ii. 
388, 421, 424, 430-1, 437, 439, 440, 
442. 

- Oxford property of, i. 343-4, 366 ; 
ii. 424, 431,440, 444~5- 

- endowments, ii. 388, 421, 430, 437, 
439- 

- details as to the Carmelite house in 
Beaumont palace, ii. 424, 429, 439. 

- their lodging-rooms (mansion- 
house), ii. 429. 441, 444. 

- their hall or refectory, ii. 429, 431-2, 
441, 444. 

- their church, ii. 422, 429, 431, 439, 
441-3,445- 



INDEX I. 



277 



Carmelite friars {continued) : — 

— their church, chantries in, ii. 442. 
anniversaries in, ii. 431, 439, 

442- . .. 

monuments in, 11. 442. 

burials there, ii. 423-4, 429-30, 

439> 44 2 - 

— their cloisters, ii. 429, 441. 

— their schools, i. 572 ; ii. 425, 441. 

' Theological,' ii. 425, 449. 

' Philosophical,' ii. 425, 449. 

lecturers in their schools, ii. 425, 

441. 

— their library, ii. 429, 443-4. 

— their tower (steeple, campanile), ii. 
424, 429, 444. 

— their bells, ii. 429, 441, 445. 

— their gardens, ii. 431, 444. 

— their walks, ii. 429, 441. 

— their stable, ii. 431, 444. 

— their outbuildings, ii. 431, 440, 444. 

— their wall, ii. 69, 70. 

— their ' entry,' ii. 431, 444. 

— their gate, ii. 431, 444. 

— members of their Oxford house, ii. 

4 2 5~9> 44 1 - 

— priors of their Oxford house, ii. 
417-8, 432, 440-1. 



— dissolution, ii. 261, 419, 424, 429, 
43 T > 444- 

— destruction of the buildings, ii. 226- 
8,431,442-3,445. 

— remains of, in Wood's time, ii. 432, 
445- 

— their controversies with the secular 
clergy, ii. 369. 

— they have secular students in their 
Oxford house, ii. 441. 

— they are forbidden to hear con- 
fessions, ii. 421. 

— they are employed to draw up wills, 
ii. 324, 388. 

— they are the hosts of the King, at 
Oxford, ii. 424, 429, 445. 

— lists of members of the order, ii. 
413-5,418, 4 2 °, 425-30, 432,434-6, 
44°-3> 445- 

— histories of the order — 

(i) Robert Ormskirk's, ii. 430,442. 

(ii) MS. Laud Misc. 722, ii. 432. 
Carmelites' gate, magna porta Car- 

melitarum, ii. 431, 444. 
Carmelite schools, i. 572 ; ii. 425, 449. 
Carmes, ii, 432, 441, i.e. Carmelite 

friars, q. v. 
Carni/icium, carnificumvicus, i. 480-1 

— see Butchers' row. 
Carol, i. e. Karol hall, q. v. 
[Caroline street], i. 611. 



[Carter's yard],i. 576. 
Gary (Carey) hall — 

(i) (?)in S. Martin's parish, Corn- 
market street, i. 76, 507, 519. 

(ii) (?) in S. Giles' parish, i. 356. 
Cary's inn, i. 153-4; «• 495- 
Castell (Castle) hall, aula Castri, i. 

113, 115-7, 507. 
Castle, Oxford — 

— Wood's account of, i. 17, 214, 262, 
265-76. 

— incidental points about, i. 215, 230, 
269, 276, 419, 502 ; ii. 185. 

— incidental mention as an Oxford 
landmark, i. 214-5, 2I 7> 22 9> 2 53 - 
4, 310-2, 363-4, 435, 440, 576, 616 ; 
ii. 7, 62, 102, 189, 191, 197, 212, 215. 

— old plans of — 

(i) Agas, 1578 :— i. 254, 265, 626. 

(ii) Hollar, 1643 : — i. 207, 265-6. 

(iii) Loggan, 1675 :— i. 265. 

— site of, i. 253, 281 ; ii. 46. 

— ' limits of,' i. 160, 215 ; ii. 41, 524. 



— structural history — 

(i) in Saxon times, i. 265, 268. 

(ii) in Norman times — 

(a) buildings of Robert Doilly I, 
i. 214, 232, 265-6, 270, 278, 633 ; ii. 
41, 181, 185-6. 

(b) siege by King Stephen, i. 216- 
7, 253, 268, 272, 368, 576; ii. 113, 

*93> 477; i"- 3- 

(c) repairs, Henry II-King John, 
i. 272-3. 

(d) (?) sieges in the Barons' wars, 
i. 215, 267, 363 ; ii. 477. 

(e) large repairs tempore Hen- 
rici III, ii. 265, 267, 269, 273-4. 

{/) repairs, Edward I-Richard II, 
i. 265, 267, 274-5. 

{g) in the Commonwealth, i. 217, 
265, 276, 576. 

(h) in the eighteenth century, i. 
207, 270, 626, 633. 



— constitutional history — 

(i) in the possession of the Doilly 
family, William I-Stephen, i. 270, 
272; ii. 181, 186, 196; iii. .3: 
manors then belonging to this lord- 
ship, ii. 191-2. 

(ii) since King Stephen, a crown 
property, i. 272, the king 

(a) appointing out of his own 
followers Keepers of the Castle, i. 
267, 272-6; ii. 415, 434, 474; 
iii. 3. 

{b) entrusting the Sheriffs of Ox- 
fordshire with its maintenance, i. 267, 
272-5, 435- 



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INDEX I. 



Castle, Oxford {continued} : — 

(<•) using it as the King's prison 
(county jail), i. 70, 269-70, 273-4, 
276, 626; ii. 185; iii. 217, 230-1, 
261-4. 

(</) the assizes, therefore, are held 
here, i. 269 : and executions take 
place here, i. 626; iii. 230-1, 259, 
261-2, 264. 

{e) fees due to the castle, services, 
rents, perquisites, &c, i. 273-6. 

(iii) the University, since Henry 
III, use this prison, i. 276 ; iii. 28. 

(iv) the city, since George III, 
have their jail here, i. 626. 



— fortification of the Castle — 

the great mound, or Castle hill, 

i. 265-8, 626, 633. 
the moat, trench, or ditch, i. 59, 

208, 214-6, 228-30, 254, 264-8, 

273- 5, 312, 362, 626. 

the rampart, of the earth thrown 

out of the moat, i. 265-7, 276. 
the surrounding wall, i. 265-7, 

274- 5, 626. 

— the towers — 

(a) the great Norman keep, i. 265, 
267-8, 270, 274-5. 

(b) the towers of the enceinte, i. 
265-7, 273-4, 2 76. 

(c) the tower on the Castle hill, 
i. 265, 267-8. 

see the drawing at the end of 

vol. ii of John Aubrey's Brief Lives, 
edit. Clark. 

— the gates — 

(a) 4 the chief gate,' i. 215, 267 ; 
to the east, towards the city, i. 215, 
267, 275. 

here was ' the Castle entry,' i. 

208, 267. 

(b) one or two gates to the west, 
towards the country, i. 267, 274-5. 

(1) 'the west gate,' i. 433. 

(2) 4 the lower gate,' i. 274. 

— the bridges — 

(i) over the moat, to the city, i. 
215, 265, 267-8, 273-5. 

(ii) over the Castle-mill stream, 
to the west, to the country, i. 265, 
267-8, 273-5, 433, 435. 

(iii) a drawbridge, on the north of 
the Castle, i. 435 (?), 437. 

— the barbicans, i 273, 364. 

(i) on the east, towards the city, 
i. 265, 267-9. 

(ii) on the west, towards the coun- 
try, i. 265, 268-9. 

— the bayly (bailly), iii. 268. 



Castle, Oxford (continued) : — 

— the well, i. 265-6, 272. 

— the Castle yard, i. 269 ; iii. 230, 259, 
261. 

— buildings in the Castle precincts — 

(i) the King's ' house ' or quarters, 
i. 267, 273, 276-: which afterwards 
were the Keeper's houses, i. 275. 

Of this, are mentioned — 
the 'hall,' i. 273, 275. 
the 4 wardrobe,' i. 273, 275. 
the chambers, i. 273, 275. 
the kitchen, i. 275. 

(ii) buildings for the garrison, i. 
265. 

Of these, are mentioned — 
the brewhouse, i. 274 (' braceria '), 
275. 

the bakehouse, i. 275. 
the stable, i. 275. 

(iii) the jail, i. 70, 269-70, 273-4, 
276 ; ii. 65, 185 ; iii. 278, col. i. 

benefactions for prisoners here, ii. 
85- 

(iv) the ' Shire hall,' for the assizes, 
i. 269. 

(v) S. George in the castle, q. v., 
church and college, i. 214, 267, 
270-1, 276, 318. 

(vi) the Castle mills (King's mills), 
i. 214, 268, 273, 310, 312, 331, 

333-4> 365, 4°3-4> 4 o8 > 432-3/ 45$, 
468, 612, 626 ; ii. 6, 45, 93, 188-91, 

T 93> io 7> 361, 473 5 iii- 263. 
Castle bridge, iii. 278, col. ii. 
S. George's in the Castle, iii. 278, col. ii. 
Castle hall, Castri aula — 

(i) the King's house, aula regia in 
Castro, iii. 278, col. ii. 

(ii) = Castell hall, q. v. 

(iii) = S. George's college in the 
Castle, q. v., i. 507, 514, 640; ii. 
185. 

Castle hill, iii. 278, col. i. 

Castle inn, i. 151, 478 ; ii. 85. 

Castle jail, iii. 278, col. ii. 

Castle mills, the King's mills at the 

Castle, iii. 278, col. i. 
Castle-mill bridge, i. 432. 
Castle-mill head, i. 313 ; ii. 504. 
Castle-mill, manor of, ii. 93. 
Castle-mill stream, i. 267, 311, 433 ; ii. 

361. 

Castle-mill tail, i. 310-3, 432 ; ii. 45, 

93> 361, 5°4- 
Castle-mill weir, i. 467-8. 
Castle mound, iii. 278, col. i. 
Castle prison, iii. 278, col. ii. 
Castle street, i. 61, 207, 212, 216-7, 

626. 

Castle well, i. 265-6, 27-2. 



INDEX I. 



279 



Castri aula, i. e. Castle hall, q. v. 

Castriae aula, i. 514, 639. 

Castrimargi aula, i. 507, i. e. Wood- 
cock hall. q. v. 

Cat hall, Catte (Cate, Kate, Katt) hall, 
aula Catherinae, Murilegorum aula, 

i. 92, 97, 507, 567-8, 591, 636, 638, 
641 ; ii. p. vii. 

Cat street, Katte street, Murilegorum 
vicus, i. 63, 87, 90, 92-9. 110-1, 
134, 136, 240, 507, 517, 519, 521, 
523-4, 567-8, 572, 575, 582, 585, 
61S, 637-8, 641; ii. 26, 61, 216, 
244, 456, 462, 524; iii. 65. 

Cat -street well, i. 575. 

Cate, i. 97, 636, i. e. Cat hall, q. v. 

Cathedral — Oxford, ii. 1. 

(i) at Osney, ii. 3-7, 117, 159, 
224, 227, 261 ; iii. 51. 

(ii) at S. Frideswyde's, i. 1S8, 250 ; 

ii. 7-9, 117, 159, 224, 227 — see Christ 
Church. 

Cathenarum vicus, i. e. Cheyney lane, 
q.v. 

S. Catherine's chantry, i. 314. 

S. Catherine's chapel, ii. 504. 

S. Catherine's fraternity or gild, ii. 504. 

S. Catherine's hall, Catherinae aula — 

(i) i. 67, 636, 638, i.e. Cat hall, 
q.v. 

(ii) in High street, i. 101. 

S. Catherine's house, i. 314-5 ; ii. 504. 
S. Catherine s street, i. 92, i.e. Cat 

street, q. v. 
Catherine-wheel inn, i. 360. 
Catorum vicus, i. 92, i.e. Cat street, 

q.v. * 
Catte, i. e. Cat street, q. v. 
Cattle market, i. 491, 497, 505, 621. 
Catulinus vicus, i. 92. 
CaufieWs house, i. 373. 
Causeways, i. 644 ; iii. 253, 260. 
Cayseris weir, i. 468. 
Cellars, or vaults, great, i. 79, 101, 151, 

617 ; ii. 98. 
Cemeteries, i. 536. 
Cervina aula, i. e. Hart ball, q. v. 
Cesar, i. e. Caesar, q. v. 
Cestr. (?) domus, i. 185. 
Chaas eyt, i. 455. 
Chains, i. 644. 

Channons school, i. 576, i.e. Canon 
school, q. v. 

Chantries, ii. 536-7 ; iii. 68 : confisca- 
tion of, ii. 39, 56, 69, 79, 84-6, 90, 
101. 

Chapel close, ii. 498. 

Chapel hall, i. 506, 514. 

Chapel house, i. 425, 456.; ii. 500. 

Chapels, i. 644; ii. 537. 

Charlton s inn, i. 92-4, 136, 588, 591. 



Charwell, i. e. Cherwell, q. v. 
Checquer hall, aula Scaccarii — 

(i) in S. Mildred's lane and parish, 
i- 1 13. .115-6, 599- 

(ii) in S. John Bapt. parish, in 
Kibald street, i. [89, 637. 

Checquer inn. i. 149, 152, ^76, 576. 
Cheirothecaria, i. 497, i. e. Glovers' 

row, q. v. 
Cheker, i. e. Checquer, q. v. 
Cheney, i. e. Cheyney, q. v. 
Chequer, i. e. Checquer, q. v. 
Cherlton's, i. 93, i. e. Charlton's, q. v. 
Cherwell (Charwell), the : — 

— its course, i. 395, 398, 415, 466-7, 
619 ; ii. 507. 

— mentioned as a landmark, i. 284, 
340, 380, 410, 526 ; ii. 144. 

— floods of, i. 395-6, 610-3. 

— islands in, i. 463 ; ii. 524. 

— mills on, i. 290, 396, 400-2, 413. 

— navigation of, i. 496. 

— persons drowned in, i. 379 ; iii. 182. 

— served as eastern defence of Oxford, 
i. 264, 414. 

— passage of — 

(i) at Mesopotamia, i. 437, 628-9. 

(ii) at Magdalen college, i.46, 290, 
408-9, 610-1, 620, 629. 

(iii) at Christ Church, Broad Walk, 
i. 295, 401, 412-4. 

Cherwell bridge, i. 410; ii. 144. 
[Cherwell street], i. 611. 
Chevaliers mill, i. 315, 403. 
Cheyney (Cheney) lane — 

(i) vicus Cathenarum = the modern 
Market street, i. 63, 65, 71-6, 115, 
119, 124, 227, 258, 485, 506, 529, 
623, 640 ; ii. 520. 

(ii) outside Oxford, one of the 
roads to Headington ; Wood's Life 
and Times, i. 412. 

Chider's ham, i. 455. 
Childswell, i. 389, 439. 
Chilham hall, i. 536, 569. 
Chimer's hall, i. 591 ; ii. 281. 
Chimney hall, aula cum camino — 

(i) in Cheyney lane, S. Mildred's 
parish, i. 73, 76 bis. 

(ii) in S. John Baptist parish and 
street, i. 129, 181, 192, 636-7, 639. 

(iii) in S. Peter East parish, in the 
lane under the wall, i. 106. 

Christ Church almshouse, iii. 281. 
Christ Church cathedral), i. 17; ii. 1. 

(i) the chapel of S. Frideswyde's 
priory, i. 250, 296; ii. 58, 177. 

(ii) partly destroyed by Cardinal 
Wolsey, i. 178; who laid the founda- 
tions of a new chapel, i. 192. 

(iii) made into Christ Church catht- 



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INDEX I. 



Christ Church (continued) : — 

dial by Henry VIII, i. 332 ; ii. 3-4, 
7-8,159,224. 

— endowment of, i. 188, 332; ii. 7-8, 
77> 303. 3 l o- 

— choir, ii. 9, II, 159, 165, 173, 175. 

— south choir aisle, ii. 9, 159. 

— north cross aisle, ii. 176. 

— Lady chapel, ii. 173-5. 

— Divinity chapel, ii. 176-7. 

— S. Frideswyde's chapel, ii. 177. 

— high altar, ii. 166. 

— vestry, i. 441. 

— burials in, ii. 9, II, 169, 550. 

— monuments in, ii. 9, 159, 173-6. 

— stained glass in, ii. 9, 159, 176, 227. 

— repairing of (in 1633), ii. 173-5. 

— removal of stained glass from (in 
1651), ii. 9. 

Christ Church (college), i. 537; ii. 
20, 226-8. 

(i) S. Frideswyde's priory, q. v., 
i. 149, 295-6 ; ii. 8. 

(ii) Cardinal VVolsey's college — 
founded in, and endowed with the 

estates of, S. Frideswyde's priory, i. 
188, 1933 198, 323, 502-3, 565; ii. 
43> 77> 9 X > *43> I 6o, 177-9, 502 ; 
iii. 100. 

buildings taken down for the new 
college, i. 159, 250, 296, 426; ii. 92, 
157, 178. 

Wolsey's new buildings, i. 50, 250, 
287, 413, 629 ; ii. 158, 178, 502. 

book of accounts of these buildings, 
i. 287, 413, 629: Wood's Life and 
Times, iv. 156. 

the hall, i. 250. 

the chapel, i. 192 : see the drawing 
in John Aubrey's Brief Lives, edit. 
Clark. 

members of, i. 160. 

dissolved by Henry VIII, i. 149, 
188, 193, 323, 503, 565 ; iii. 100. 

(iii) King Henry VIII college — 
foundation and endowment, i. 503, 

565 ; iii. 100. 
dissolution of, ii. 7, 224. 

(iv) Christ Church (cathedral and) 
college — 

foundation, ii. 7, 115, 224. 

endowment of, i. 161, 172, 193, 229, 
323, 332, 5 6 5 5 »• 43> 77» "7» 22 4> 
303, 3io- 

enlargement of site, i. 1 56. 

Dean Samuel ('John' in error) Fell's 
work at, i. 192. 

Dean John Fell's work in, ii. 174., 

— details of the buildings — 

the great quadrangle, i. 152, 159- 

60, 165, 168-9, 192. 



Christ Church {continued) : — 

— details of the buildings : levelling 
(1666) of the great quadrangle, ii. 174. 

the chaplains' quadrangle, i. 165; 

ii. 157. 

— — Peckwater quadrangle, i. 169-70, 
172, 174; ii. 92. 

Canterbury quadrangle, i. 139, 

192, 250 ; ii. 290. 

cloisters, i. 62, 192 ; ii. 156-7. 

church, iii. 279 : see also S. 

Frideswyde's. 

hall, i. 165, 192, 39a. 

hall-staircase, i. 192. 

great gate, i. 151, 159, 164. 

Canterbury gate, i. 174, 536. 

back-gate, i. 293 ; ii. 483, 485. 

north wall, i. 156. 

Dean's garden, i. 169, 174, 192. 

Canons' gardens, i. 7, 192 ; ii. 

56. 

ball-court, ii. 280. 

stables, i. 298, 406; ii. 157. 

Canons' stables, i. 165. 

cistern, i. 447. 

kitchen, i. 165, 192. 

old library, i. 62, 442 ; ii. 157. 

audit house, ii. 157. 

treasury, i. 73. 

stone-pulpit, i. 442. 

Dean's lodgings, i. 168-9. 

Canons' lodgings, i. 159, 250. 

Canons' dining-room, ii. 157. 

bells, ii. 220-1 — 

' Great Tom,' i. 192 ; ii. 220, 228. 
[Tower walk], i. 613. 

— documents of, i. 79, 156, 333. 
documents belonging to Osney 

abbey, i. 46, 65, 73, 197, &c. : see 
Wood's Life and Times, iv. 99-100. 
documents belonging to S. Frides- 
wyde's priory : Wood's Life and 
Times, iv. 103. 

— registers of — 

register of Osney abbey, i. 14: 

Wood's Life and Times, iv. 100. 
register of S. Frideswyde's priory, 

i. 14, 72, 236 : Wood's Life and 

Times, iv. 103. 
register of Eynsham abbey, i. 

14 : Wood's Life and Times, iv. 95. 

— collections about — 

(i) Leonard Hutten's, ii. 146, 301 : 
Wood's Life and Times, iv. 156. 

(ii) John Willis's, i. 40. 

(iii) ii. 226-7. 

— Oxford property of (see also the 
Oxford property of S. Frideswyde's 
priory and Osney abbey) — 

— ■ — in All Saints' parish, i. 161 ; ii. 57. 
in S. Aldate's, i. 460, 565. 



INDEX I. 



281 



Christ Church [continued) : — 

in Binsey parish, i. 323 ; ii. 43 : 

and Medley, i. 332, 626, 630. 

in S. Clement's, i. 414. 

in S. Frideswyde's, i. 172. 

in S. Martin's, i. 79. 

in S. Mary Magdalen, i. 360; ii. 

in S. Mary's, i. S3. 

in S. Michael's at North Gate, i. 

72, 226. 

in S. Peter-le-Bailey, i. 229, 491. 

in S. Thomas', i. 314, 317, 404, 

434, 626 ; ii. 117, 200. 

— members of — 

— — Deans, i. 19, 21, 192 (read 
'Samuel' Fell); ii. 4, 8, 253; iii. 
117, 160, 204. 

Sub-dean, i. 156. 

Canons, i. 159, 236, 250; ii. 7-9, 

12, 146, 220, 240, 301 ; iii. 118, 199, 

200, 223, 253, 260. 

— other members and servants, i. 5, 7, 
9, 21, 62, 323, 329, 441 ; ii. 12, 86, 
177, 227, 232, 242 ; iii. 132, 135, 
138-9, 194, 198, 200, 205-6, 215, 
246, 262. 

— almsmen of, i. 194, 624; ii. 7. 

— catalogue of Deans of, ii. 4, 5. 

— catalogue of Canons and Students 
of, i. 323; ii. 7, 115, 289, 304: 
Wood's Life and Times, iv. 156. 

Christ Church Broad Walk, i. 297, 414. 
Christ Church hospital (Almshouse), 

i. 193-4, 251, 624; ii. 7. 
Christ Church meadow, i. 165, 246, 

415, 456, 465, 467, 575, 613; ii.170. 
Christinae domus, i. 169. 
Christopher hall, i. 536-7, 569, 588, 

591 ; ii. p. viii. 
1 Christopher inn — 

(i) in S. Aldate's parish, i. 198, 
200. 

(ii) in S. Mary Magdalen parish 
and street, i. 126. 

Church buts, ii. 69. 

Church lane, ii. 202, 207. 

[Church street, S. Ebbe's], i. 208. 
i [Church street, Holywell], i. 208, 387. 
i [Church street, New Hinksey], i. 208. 

[Church street, S. Thomas'], i. 208; 
(? ii. 202, 207). 

[Church street, Summertown], i. 208. 

Churches, Oxford, i. 644 ; ii. 538. 

Churchyard close, ii. 389, 411. 
i churchyards, ii. 536. 
; Chylham, i. e. Chilham hall, q. v. 
' Chymney, i. e. Chimney hall, q. v. 
1 Cistercians, Black, see Bernardines. 
{ Cistercians, White monks, ii. p. vi, 
119, 290-4, 304-7. 



Cistercians (continued) : — 

— their founder, ii. 290-1. 

— their origin, ii. 290-1, 304. 

— their dress, ii. 294, 307-8. 

— they give rise to the Bernardines, ii. 
292, 306-7. 

— their desire for desert places, ii. 
290-1, 293. 

— their settlements in England, ii. 292, 
294-6, 304, 307. 

— their degeneracy and unpopularity, 
ii. 292-3. 

— they begin to seek after learning, ii. 

293> 3°5-6. 

— 'constitutions' of Oxford of 1219, 
ii. 293. 

— Rewley abbey (q. v.) built for them, 
ii. 294-6, 304-5. 

— S. Bernard's college (q. v.) built for 
them, i. 638 ; ii. 305, 307, 309 ; and 
is perhaps ' Brend Court modo White 
monks ' of i. 356. 

— history of the order, ii. 307. 
Civil law schools, Civil schools — 

(i) used vaguely of buildings in 
which the Civil law was taught, i. 
159-60. 

(ii) Great Civil law school, a de- 
finite building in S. Edward's parish, 

i. i6o(?), 163, 597, 602-3, (?)6 3 8; 

ii. p. vii. 

(iii) in S. Aldate's church, i. 636. 
Civil school lane, i. 159-63, 617. 
Clare hall, i. 202. 

[Clarendon hotel], i. 225 ; ii. 228. 
[Clarendon yard], i. 222. 
S. Clement's Church — 

— Twyne's notice of, iii. 197. 

— Wood's notice of, i. 17 ; ii. 2, 48-50. 

— foundation of, ii. 48. 

— site of, i. 286 ; ii. p. vi, 48. 

— incidental mention as a landmark, i. 
287-90, 410, 414; ii. 504. 

— (?) tithes due to this church, i. 284. 

— service to S. Frideswyde's church, 
ii. 50 ; iii. 80. 

— tower of, i. 628. 

— churchyard of, i. 286 ; ii. 49 ; iii. 214. 

— register of, iii. 214. 

— marriages in, iii. 214. 

— burials in, iii. 214. 

— parish of, i. 282, 284, 286, 288, 353, 
401, 409, 438, 611 ; ii. 49, 508; iii. 

7 1 - 

— controversy about tithes in, i. 285 ; 
ii. 49. 

— clergy of, iii. 80-1. 

— patronage of, iii. 79. 

[S. Clement's church, the modern], i. 
286. 

S. Clement's fields, i. 295, 412, 414. 



282 



INDEX I. 



Clement's ham, i. 455. 

S. Clement's manor, i. 279, 282, 409. 

Clipston domus, i. 167. 

Cob (jCobbow) hall, i. 137, 592, 595 ; 

ii. p. vii, 175. 
Cobhnm's library, ii. 2T, 23-4, 29-31. 
Cobow, i. e. Cob hall, q. v. 
Cock-on-the-hope inn, i. 133. 
[Cockpit], i. 388. 
Code hall, i. 507. 
Code street, vicus Codicum, i. 257. 
Codeknave, i. 96, i.e. Godknave hall, 

q. v, 

Codeslawe, i. e. Cutslow, q. v. 

Cof (Coff) hall, i. 209,308, 515, i.e. 

Cuff, q. v. 
Cokewald hall, i. 507, 515. 
Cokewald house, i. 516. 
Colcill, i. e. Colesull hall, q. v. 
[Cold Harbour], i. 613. 
Coleburne's (Colesburn) lane, i. 71, 73, 

75-6, 485, 529. 
Colesull (Colcill, Colsell) hall, i. 182-3, 

569, 590, 639 ; ii. p. viii, 104. 
Comnore, see Cumnor. 
Concilii domus, i. e. Council house, q. v. 
conduit, see Carfax. 
Congregation house, ii. 30. 

(i) old, in S. Mary's church, ii. 21, 
28, 3° j — called the 'lower' congre- 
gation house, ii. 29, 31. 

(ii) the 'upper' congregation house, 
also in S. Mary's church, ii. 29-31. 

(iii) new, at the Divinity school, ii. 
29-30. 

Converts, house of,Conversorum domus, 

i- J 53-5 ; ii- P- vi > 494-5- 
Convocation house, i. 112 ; ii. 29-30. 
Cooks' rew, i. 485, 497. 
Coplonds mead, i. 454, 456. 
coquinaria, ii. 485, 497. 
Corbetfs hall, i. 94. 

Cordwainers' rew, Cordiners' rew, cord- 
wainaria, i. 109, 479, 483-5, 490, 495, 
497 ; iii. 61. 

[Corn Exchange], i. 487. 

corn market, the, i. 478, 486-7. 

Corner hall, Angularis aula — 

(i) in S. Michael's at North Gate 
parish, in Cheyney lane, i. 73. 

(ii) in S. Mary's parish, in Cat 
street, i. 93-4. 

(iii) in S. Edward's parish, i. 536, 
539> 588, 591, 639. 

(iv) ? in S.Edward's parish, in Little 
Jury lane, i. 162 (' terra angularis '). 

(v) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
Kibald street, i. 191 ; ii. 524. 

(vi) in S. John's parish and street, 
i. 569 ; ii. p. viii. 

Corner place, i. 528. 



Corner schools, i. 99, 572. 
Corncseria, i. 483, 485, 487. 
Corneivall, see Cornwall. 
Cornish-chough well, i. 365, 439, 576. 
[Cornmarket street], i. 9, 61, 70-2, 

75-6, 221-2, 226-8, 264, 362, 477, 

485, 487 ; ii. 230. 
Cornwall (Cornwell) close, i. 365-6 ; 

ii- 424> 435- 
Cornwall's, earl of, ' court,' ii. 53 • 

' house,' ii. 496. 
Cornwall lane, i. Ill, 113. 
Coronae hospitium, i. e. Crown inn, q. v. 
Corpus Christi college — 

— Wood's history of, i. 16, 20, 168, 
530-5 2 - 

— founder, life of, by Thomas Green- 
way, i. 531 ; by Wood, i. 530-5, 

539-40- 

— benefactors, i. 462, 542-4. 

— statutes, i. 540. 

— site,i. 140, 174, 176, 246-7, 535-4°; 
ii. p. vii. 

— quadrangle, i. 546 ; ii. 72. 

— pillar in the quadrangle, i. 546. 

— chapel, i. 547-52. 
Frost's altar, Trinity altar, in, 

i- 543- 

masses in, i. 543, 548. 

— hall, i. 538, 541, 551. 

— library, i. 14, 542-3, 635, 637-8 ; 

ii. 34> r 37> 32i, 453- 

— President's house, i. 138-9, 575. 

— new buildings, i. 186. 

— cellar, i. 247, 407. 

— bachelors' garden, i. 247. 

— summer-house, i. 250. 

— stables, i. 188. 

— brewhouse, i. 188. 

— gate, i. 536. 

— water supply of, i. 447, 449. 

— pelican, L 552. 

— bees, i. 530, 542, 552. 

— members of, i. 2, 254, 422, 437, 462, 
4 86 , 53i, 541, 542-52 ; ii. 8, 11, 75, 
114, 179, 242-3, 245, 249, 269, 441, 
501 ; iii. 173, 181, 185, 211, 217. 

— lecturers of, i. 541, 545-6, 549. 

— documents of, i. 188, 463. 

— Oxford property of, i. 188, 462-3. 
Corteys, i. e. Curteys hall, q. v. 
Cory's inn, i. 153-4. 
corvasia, i. 485. 
corves eria. i. 483-5, 487, 497. 
cotelaria, i. 487, 497. 
Council house, Concilii domus, i. 151, 

!54-5, 252. . 
[County hall], i. 269. 
Court house, i. 269. 

Courts, manorial, in and near Oxford, i. 
285, 305, 3 r 7, 337, 339, 379» 3 8 3, | 



INDEX I. 



283 



406. 420. 57o> 576, 627 ; ii. 93, 287, 

3°4- . r 

courts = cul-de-sac streets, 1. 645. 
Coventry hall, i. 76, 225, 227, 5S9, 591, 

602, 637.. 640 ; ii. p. vii. 
Cow mead, i. 425, 453, 455-6, 459, 

4 6 4- 

[Cow mead, south], i. map. i. 
Cowley fields, i. 295. 
Cowley ford, i. 288. 
[Cowley Grange], i. 438. 
[Cowley Lot Mead], i. map i. 
Cowley manor, i. 28S, 311, 401, 410. 
Cowlev mead, i. 2S8, 290, 295, 412-4; 

ii. 158. 
[Cowley road], i. 287, 394. 
Crape lane, i. 1 38. 
Crasswell place, i. 528. 
Craunford hall, i. 124. 
Crawell (moor), ii. 507. 
Creek domus, i. 167. 
Crede lake, i. 465. 
Crek hall, i. 168. 
Creppeheit, i.e. Cripley, q.v. 
Crim {Crime) hall, i. 163, 297, 507, 

i*5- 

Cripley (Creppleheit) meadow, i. 329- 

305455.614-5,617. 
Crope {Cropped lane, i. 138. 
S. Cross, see Holywell. 
Cross, marked at beating bounds, i. 

364, 575; 577- 
Cross, legend of the true, ii. 489. 
S. Cross, brethren of, i.e. Cruched friars, 

q.v. 

Crosses, i. 247, 286-7, 2 9 T » 3 T 8, 341, 
345, 349/ 376, 387, 44°-5o, 482, 
496, 575, 629, 645 ; ii. 136. 

Cross hall, aula Crucis, i. 128, 507, 
5 J 5» 635. 

Cross inn, in S. Martin's parish, Corn- 
market street, i. 78, 223, 439, 477, 
485-6 ; iii. 28, 232. 

•5". Cross manor, see Holywell. 

S. Cross' well, i. 386 ; i. e. Holywell, q. v. 

Crossed, i.e. Cruched friars, q.v. 

Crouched, i. e. Cruched friars, q. v. 

Croust,^ i. e. Crust schools, q. v. 

Crow inn, i. 63, in error for Crown, 
q.v. 

Crow street, i. 577. 

Crow ivell, i. e. Crowell, q. v. 

Crowde hall, i. 507,515. 

Crowell, i. 103, 260, 294, 378, 380-3, 

„ 385-7, 438-9, 489, 577- 
Crown inn — 

(i) in S. Martin's parish, in Corn- 
market street, i. 63 (' Crow,' in 
error), 223, 225, 230, 477-8. 

(ii) in S. Michael's parish, in Ship 
street, i. 69 ; iii. 68. 



Croxtrn inn yard, i. 222, 230. 

Croxford s hall, i. 82. 

CroxforoVs inn ( = the Mitre), i. 82, 

507, 5*7- 
Croyce, i. e. Cross hall, q. v. 
Cruched friars, Crossed friars, brethren 

of S. Cross, fratres Cruciferi — 

— Wood's treatise of, i. 20; ii. 120, 
48S-92. 

— founder of, ii. 488. 

— origin of, ii. 488-9. 

— dress of, ii. 489-90. 

— arrival in England, ii. 490. 

— arrival at Oxford, ii. 490. 

— their first Oxford house, in Grand- 
pont, i. 303 ; ii. 4S, 490-1. 

— sale of their first site, i. 303 ; ii. 
490. 

— migration to S. Peter's East parish, 
i. 107, 303 ; ii. p. vi. 

house, ii. 491. 

chapel, ii. 491. 

chantry in, ii. 491. 

burials in, ii. 491. 

— their third site in Oxford, also in 
S. Peter's East parish, ii. 492. 

chapel, ii. 492. 

bell, ii. 492. 

— their Oxford benefactors, i. 65 ; ii. 
490, 492. 

— members of the order, i. 303 ; ii. 
491. 

Crucis aula, i. e. Cross hall, q. v. 
Crust (Croust) schools, i. 89, 570-3. 
Cu lake, i. 467. 
cucking stool, i. 299. 
Cuff hall, i. 209, 308, 507, 515, 
519. 

Culverd (Culver, Kilverd) hall — 

(i) in S. Mildred's parish, in Exeter 
lane, i. 113, 118. 

(ii) in S. Mary Magdalen parish, 

i- 355-6, 359- 
Cumnor well, ii. 225. 
Cumnor (Comnore) wood, i. 48. 
curfew bell, ii. 103. 
Curriers' row, i. 484. 
Curteys (Corteys) hall, i. 536-8, 569. 
Cuthbert, or S. Cuthbert's, hall, i. 140, 

145- 6 , 507, 5i5, 573, 59°, 6 39; 

p. vii. 
Cutlers' gate, i. 298. 
Cutlers' hill, i. 296, i. e. Tower hill, 

q.v. 

Cutlery, Cutlers' row, cotelaria, i. 487- 

8, 497. 

Cutslow (Cudeslawe, Codeslaw) manor, 
i. 53 (' Cudestan,' in error for Cudes- 
law), 236; ii. 57-8, 144, 149, 151, 
191 (' Cudelaw '). 

cyrothecaria, i. 488, 4^7. 



284 



INDEX I. 



DagvilFs inn, i. 125-6. 
Damiani aula, i. 161, 507-8, 516,522, 
591. 

Dalit-court) i.e. Dencourt, q. v. 
Danswrth, i.e. Denchworth, q. v. 
Dantesbourne (Danesbourne) church, 

i. 296, 416; ii. 2, 40, 47-8, 52: 
parish, i. 296 ; ii. 48. 

S. David's (S. Davys) hall, i. 207, 228, 
230. 

Dead ley mead, i. 458. 
Deadly sins lane, see Seven, 
deans of Oxford, ii. 16. 
Deep hall, aula Profunda — 

(i) in S. Mary's parish, in High 
street, i. 91, 134-65 189, ^ 5°9> 
57°> 588, 598, 605; ii. p. vii, 
216. 

(ii) in S. Mary's parish, in Schools 
street, i. 90, 134, 570, 574. 

(iii) in S. Mary Magdalen parish, in 
Canditch.i. 355, 374, 636-7 ; ii. 524. 

(iv) in S. Mildred's parish and 
lane, i. 121-2. 

(v) in S. Peter's East parish, i. 507- 
8, 516. 

Deep schools, scholae Profundae, i. 571, 
574- 

Dei domus, Osney, ii. 207. 
Denchworth bow, i. 305-7, 409, 416, 

466 ; ii. 47. 
Dencourt (Danecourt), i. 326-7, 578. 
Dendamour, i. e. Dundamore hall, q. v. 
Dene acre, ii. 144. 
Denswrth, i. e. Denchworth, q. v. 
Den's croft, ii. 182, 187. 
Depe, i. e. Deep, q. v. 
Derham, i.e. Durham hall, q. v. 
Dermanni aula, i. 161. 
Deskeling camera, i. 154, 252. 
Dewys lane, i. 65, 227. 
Dewy's lane gate, i. 65. 
Digbea bibliotheca, i. 50, i. e. MSS. 

Digby in the Bodleian. 
Dirda hall, i. 591. 
Divinity schools — 

(i) old, i. 570, 572-3. 

(ii) the extant ' Divinity School,' i. 
89, 111-2 ; ii. p. vii, 18, 29, 450. 

Dochinianae aedes, i. 144, 508. 
Doclington's inn, i. 198. 
Doilly,^ see Doyly. 
Dolphin inn — 

(1) in S. Aldate's parish, i. 1 59. 

(ii) in S. Mary Magdalen parish, 

ii. 488. 

Dominicans, i. e. Black friars, q. v. 
Dominican schools, i. 572 ; iii. 271. 
domus = college, of Merton, iii. 97; of 

Oriel, iii. 90, 105. 
Domus dei, Osney, ii. 207. 



Donny's fort, i. 325. 
Dorchester hall, i. 66, 225, 516. 
Dorchester schools, i. 89, 572. 
Dosier tenementum or hall, i. 185, 1 89— 

9°> 507, B*7> 5 6 9> 6 3<>. 
Dotchin, i.e. Dochin, q. v. 
Doyly's inn, i. 150-1, 203; ii. 82. 
Draper (Draper's) hall — 

(i) in S. Martin's parish, i. 221-2. 

(ii) in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, i. 
220-1. 

— see also Drapery hall. 
Draper lane, see Drapery lane. 
Drapery, the, i. 487-8, 497 ; iii. 65, 

67. 

(i) old, i. 61, 220, 478, 487-8. 

(ii) new, i. 221-2, 225, 487. 
Drapery hall, i. 221, 224-5, 228, 478. 
Drapery (Draper, Draper's) lane or 

street, i. 61, 222, 487. 
Droghter, i. e. Drowda, q. v. 
Drosda's hall, i. 507, 516, i.e. Drowda, 

q.v. 

Drougda, i. e. Drowda, q. v. 
Droughter, i. e. Drowda, q.v. 
Drowda (Drosda's, Droughter) hall, 

i. 88, 99, 131, 507, 516, 556, 561, 
59 1 * 6 35> 637, 641 ; ii. pp. vii, viii. 

Dry-leare, i. 463. 

ducking stool, i. 299. 

Dudamor, i. e. Dundamore hall, q. v. 

[Dudley Gardens], i. 611. 

Dugtha hall, i. 507, 517. 

Duke Humphrey's library, see Bodleian. 

Dundamore (Dendamour) hall, i. 101, 

no, 507, 517. 
Dundge water, i. 465. 
Dunsmore sconce, i. 215. 
Dunstan hall, i. 211, 213, 251, 587, 

595> 6 36, 640; ii. p. viii. 
Dup hall, i. 507, 517. 
Durand domus, i. 535, 538; ii. 142. 
Durham college — 

— Wood's history of, i. 16 ; ii. 119, 263- 

75-- :Wk 

— founded for Benedictine students 
from Durham priory, i. 373, 638 ; 

ii. p. vi, 264-7, 274. 

— founder, i. 263-5. 

— benefactors, ii. 265, 268. 

— statutes of, ii. 265-6. 

— endowments of, ii. 265-8, 273. . 

— Oxford property of, ii. 178, 310. 

— site of, i. 373; ii. 264-5, 273. 

— chapel, ii. 269-71, 273-4. 

obits and anniversaries, ii. 266, 

271. 

altar, ii. 271. 

organ, ii. 275. 

screen, ii. 271. 

bells, ii. 273. 



INDEX I. 



Durham college {continued : — 

— chapel, vestry, ii. 272. 

coats of arms in, ii. 270, 274. 

inscriptions in, ii. 270-1. 

burials in. ii. 270-1. 

— warden's lodgings, ii. 269. 271-2. 

— library, ii. 272. 274-5. 381. 

— hall, ii. 272. 

prayers for benefactors in, ii. 266. 

— chambers, ii. 272, 274. 

— churchyard, ii. 273. 

— wardens of, ii. 266, 269-71. 273-4. 

— allowances of members, ii. 266, 
2 73- 

— payments to the Mendicant mars, 
ii. 273. 324.333.388, 39 6 > 43°, 439. 
457, 462. 

— dissolution of, ii. 272-3. 



— a hall for students, ii. 245, 273-4. 

— chosen as the site of Trinity college, 

i. 25S ; ii. 274. 
Durham {Derham N hall — 

(i) ?in S. Mildred's parish, i. 119, 
507 : but this is perhaps in error for 
No. (ii). 

(ii) in S. Peter's in the East parish, 
in High Street, i. 119, 134, 559. 

(iii) ? in S. Mary's parish, i. 119. 
517, 520, 527: but this is probably 
in error for No. (ii). 

(iv) ? in All Saints' parish, i. 523 : 
possibly also in error for No. (ii). 

(v) in S. Aldate's parish, i. 212-3. 
Durham prior}-, Oxford property of, i. 

361 ; ii. 264-5, 273-4. 
Dutton's land and court, i. 314. 317, 
576. 

Eagle hall 'Egie, Heren, Heron, Yren 
hall : Aquilae, Aqnilina, aula — 

(i) in Little Jewry lane (?), in S. 
Edward's parish, i. 162, 602, 639; 

ii. p. viii, 413. 

(ii) in Penn} farthing street, i. 195, 
640. 

Ealde, i. e. Eld, q. v. 

East bridge, Magdalen bridge — 

— description of. i. 2go, 409-12, 465. 

— rebuilding of, i. 412, 414, 629, 633. 

— incidental mention of, i. 244, 282- 
3, 286-7, 291, 295. 4 OI ; 4 2 2, 465; 
ii. 144, 149, 478, 519-21 ; iii. 197. 

— fortifications at, in 1642, ii. 522. 
East gate — 

— description of, i. 244, 624. 

— mayor's procession at, i. 633. 

— fishponds at, i. 263. 

— destruction of, i. 621. 

— church or chapel at, i. 102-3, 293, 



East gate (continued) : — 

311 j ii. p. vi, 40, 91, 478, 483-4, 
486 ; iii. 96. 

— incidental mention of as a landmark 
or limit — 

(a) of wards, i. 59. 64, 127. 
{&) of streets, i. 60, 100, 102-3, 
127-8, 135, 246, 283, 290-1, 387. 

(c) of the market, i. 476. 

(d) of buildings inside the wall, 
»• 5 r 4, 525, 527-8, 635, 638; ii. 
pp. vii, viii, 97, 479-80, 485. 

(e) of buildings, lands, &c, out- 
side the wall, i. 103, 291. 293-4, 409, 

43 s , 4 6 3, 4 66 , 574- 6 , 5 S °, 5 8 3-5, 
635; ii. 48, 101, 478, 482-4, 519, 
521, 525, 533; iii 79. 

(f) of the city wall, i. 103, 260-1 . 
ig) of the city moat, i. 263. 

East ham, i. 456. 
East street, i. 79. 

East suburbs, i. 37, 103, 279-80, 282- 

96, 438, 440. 
East wick (farm), i. 424. 
East-bridge hermitage, i. 411. 
East-bridge street — 

(i) that part of the present High 
street which extends from Magdalen 
bridge to the Non-collegiate Stu- 
dents' Delegacy, i. 282, 290-3 ; ii. 
159 : see East-gate street. 

(ii) the road from Magdalen bridge 
through S. Clement's, i. 282, 286, 
291, 411. 

East-gate street = East-bridge street (i) 
supra, i. 62, 291, 293, 629. 

— cross in it, i. 291, 440. 
S. Ebbe's church — 

— Wood's history 7 of, ii. 2, 52-6. 

— Twyne's history of, iii. 197. 

— site, i. 209 ; ii. p. vi, 52. 

— dedication, ii. 53. 55. 

— patronage of. ii. 53-5. 

— clergy of, i. 537 ; ii. 73, 338 ; iii. 
81-3, 99, 192, 215. 

— chantry in, i. 170; ii. 55. 

— obit in, ii. 56. 

— lights in, ii. 56. 

— chancel of, iii. 192, 215. 

— communion table of, iii. 216. 

— south aisle of, iii. 193. 

— chapels in, iii. 192. 

— tower of, ii. 56. 

— marriages in, iii. 214. 

— burials in, iii. 215-6. 

— churchyard of, ii. 56 ; iii. 216. 

— monuments and inscriptions in, ii. 
56; iii. 192-3. 

— gild in, ii. 56. 

— heraldic glass in, iii. 193. 

— property of, i. 209 ; it 56. 



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INDEX I. 



s. Ebbo's church, (continued) : — 

— documents of, ii. 56, 330, 405 ; Hi. 
261 : register of, iii. 214. 

— incidental mention of, i. 195, 197, 
204, 206, 208-11, 213, 491, 570; 
ii- 338, 357, .V>i, 394, 4 10 - 

— parish of, i. 195-7, 199, 206, 208-11, 
308, 406, 490, 518, 613, 636, 638; 
ii. 56, 106, 178, 189, 314-5, 325, 
3 28 , 33o, 338, 35 J > 357, 360, 394, 
477, 5 2 4; iii- 61. 133, 207, 216. 

[S. Ebbe's street], i. 206, 208, 211. 
S. Edmund hall — 

(i) Great, in S. Peter's East parish, 
in Queen's lane, i. 4, 101, 622, 640; 
ii. p. vii, 100. 

site of, i. 104, 109, 261, 581-2, 
584. 

halls absorbed by, i. 91, 104, 587, 
593- 

members of, i. 385-6, 391, 563 ; iii. 
175, 181, 185, 225, 255-8. 

burv in S. Peter's East, iii. 175, 181, 
185/255-8. 

(ii) Little, in S. Mary's parish, in 
Schools street, i. 83, 85-6, 570, 573-4, 
592, 599, 605, 639 ; ii. p. vii, 296. 

Edmund, four sons of, hall, i. 104. 
Edmund, or S. Edmund's school, i. 570, 

572 ; ii. 296, 302. 
S. Edmund's well, i. 288-90, 295, 412-3, 

438, 468; ii. 501-2, 522. 
S. Edmund's well fields, i. 295, 468. 
S. Edward's church — 

— Wood's history of, ii. 2, 56-8. 

— Twyne's history of, iii. 197. 

— site of, i. 148, 152, 1 60-1, 172 ; ii. 
p. vi, 8, 56. 

— dedication, i. 160 ; ii. 56. 

— property of, i. 591 ; ii. 58. 

— joined to S. Frideswyde's priory, i. 
141 ; ii. 57 ; iii. 83. 

— made a vicarage, ii. 57 ; iii. 83. 

— patronage of, iii. 83. 

— vicar's house of, ii. 57, 277, 279. 

— clergy of, ii. 281 ; iii. 83-4. 

— destruction of, ii. 58. 

— churchyard of, i. 160-3, 5 io j 59 1 '■> **• 
56, 58- 

— parish of, i. p. vii, 127, 140-2, 147, 
152, 162-3, 169-74, I 86, 199, 225, 
247, 258, 280, 507, 510, 515-6, 518, 
524, 526, 528, 536, 538, 564; ii. 37, 
39^ 55, 58, J 5 6 , i7 8 > 277-80, 315-7, 
326-30; iii. 59, 61. 

Edward, or S. Edward's, hall — 

(i) ' Little,' in S. Mary's parish, in 
Schydiard street, i. 141-2, 591-, 606 ; 
ii. p. viii, 216. 

(ii) in S. Edward's parish, in Little 
Jury lane, i. 148, 156, 16 1-2, 576, 



Edward hall {continued') : — 

591, 597, 602, 604, 640; ii. p. viii, 

8, 57, 227. 
S. Edward's hall school (in Little S. 

Edward's hall), i. 141. 
S. Edward's lane, or street — 

(i) = Alfred street continued into 
Peckwater, i. 148-9, 152, 170-2,422, 
476, 526, 617 ; ii. 56, 278, 280. 

(ii) in some hazy statements spoken 
of as though = Blue-boar lane, i. 148, 
576. 

S. Edward's schools, i. 162, 572, 576; 

ii- 3 T 2, 317-8, 325, 327, 329, 335- 
S. Edward's street, see S. Edward's 

lane (i). 
S. Edward's well, i. 289. 
Egle, i.e. Eagle hall, q. v. 
Egrove's closes, i. 456. 
Egrove water, i. 456, 467. 
Egrove wyke, i. 456, 467. 
[Egroves, Upper, Lower, and Further], 

i. 468. 
Ehtegard terra, ii. 151. 
Eight stars, i. 350, 453. 
Einsham (Eynsham) — 

— court, i. 209, 406 (' Almar's '), 570. 

— mills, i. 406, 465. 

— schools, i. 91, 572. 

— Oxford property of Einsham abbey, 
i. 66-8, 71, 91, 97, 134, 209, 349, 
406, 417, 436, 451, 454, 465, 489, 
519, 521, 524, 567-8, 570; ii. 53-5, 
396 ; iii. 81, 83. 

Eld or Eldee mead, i. 451. 

Eld, or Ealde, or Eldee river, i. 316, 

402,451-2, 465; ii. 193, 208. 
Elden hall, i. 79, 126. 
Elephant, i. e. Olyfant hall, q. v. 
Elm hall, i. 92 — ■ 

(i) in S. Frideswyde's parish, i. 
229. 

(ii) in S. John Baptist parish and 
street, i. 179, 569. 

(iii) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, in Ship street, i. 69, 640. 

(iv) in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, in 
New-Inn-Hall street, i. 69, 217, 229, 
231,508. 

(v) in S. Peter's East parish, in un- 
named lane under City wall, i. 104. 

Elmeley, i. 219. 
Elmen hall, i. 1 79-80. 
Elmer's well, i. 352-3, 439. 
En sham, i.e. Einsham, q. v. 
Entry, the, ii. 431, 444. 
Eremite, i.e. Austin friars, q. v. 
Erlis ham, i. 453, 456. 
Erlyches eyt, i. 453, 456. 
Ermenoldi tenementum, i. 150-1. 
Ernis lane, i. 166. 



INDEX L 



287 



eskeling, camera d\ i. 154, 252. 

gry, i. Si, 494, i. e. spicery, q. v. 
Est, see East. 
Ewster's ham, i. 427. 
Exeter College, i. 257, 449, 543, 638 ; 

ii. p. vii, 94 ; ill- 124. 

— site, i. 64, 110-5, 118, 120, 243, 258, 
506 ; ii. 94. 

-a called Excester hall, i. 115, 582. 

— called Stapledon hall, i. 112, 116-8. 

— benefactor of, iii. 124, 224. 

— chapel, i. 113 ; iii. 251-2. 

— hall, ii. 94-6. 

— chambers, i. 258. 

— cellar, ii. 96. 

— garden, ii. S8-9. 

— connection with Hart hall, i. 91, 97, 
567-8, 5S2. 

— annual rectors of, iii. 181. 

— members of, i. 14, 117, 543 ; ii. 242 ; 

iii. I2r, 159-61, 165, 222, 224, 226, 

249-53- 

— documents of, i. 113, 617. 

— Oxford property of, i. 68, 91, 97-8, 
no, 112, 116-8, 207, 220, 227, 357, 
5 T 3, 5 2 7, 567-8, 617, 636. 

■ — bury chiefly in S. Michael's church, 
iii. 159-61, 165, 250-3 : but also in 
their College chapel, iii. 251-2. 

Exeter college schools, i. 89, 572. 

Exeter lane, or street, i. 65, 83, 110-4. 

Eybur hall, i. 120. 

Eylwyne-cusse terra, ii. 314. 

Eynsham, see Einsham. 

Fagan hall, i. 592. 

Fair hall, 'aula Pulchra, i. 507-8, 
517-8. 

fairs, i. 17, 38, 258, 499-505, 576,621, 
63 1 , 645 ; ii. 86, 457, 462, 539. . 

Falcon (Fazilcon) inn, i. 151 ; ii. 85. 

Farm, the, iii. 204, i. e. Wyke, q. v. 

Fenyheit (Feniet), i. 329-30, 455, 617. 

ferry, i. 46, 363, 410, 436, 645. 

[Fidler's island], i. 354, 617. 

fields, i. 655 ; ii. 541. 

Filomene, i.e. Nightingale hall, q. v. 

fish market, i. 60, 478, 495. 

Fish row, i. 314, 433 ; ii. 62. 

Fish street, i. 7, 60, 62, 149-59, J 63-4, 
J 93, I95> T 9 8 , 201-4, 251/415, 441, 
478, 485-6, 495,617, 640 ; ii. 33, 37, 

39,. 494- . 
fisheries, piscariae — 

(i) in the city moat and adjacent 
ponds, i. 243, 263. 

(ii) in the Chervvell and branches, 
i- 48, 399- 458, 463, 466 ; ii. 533. 

(iii) in the Thames and branches, 

f : 48, 344, 399, 404, 452, 454, 468 ; 
u. 6. 



fisheries (continued) : — 

(iv) in fishponds of religious houses, 

ii. 158, 209, 303, 411. 
Fishers' row, i. 313-4, 333, 612. 
Fishmongers hall, i. 202. 
fishponds, see fisheries. 
Jfocheria, i. 488, 497. 
Fishmongers' street, i. 482. 
fletchery, i. 488, 497. 
Fleur-(Flour)-de-lys (luce) inn, i. 3, 9, 

63, 154, 202-3, 478 ; iii. 169. 
floods, i. 610 ; ii. 214. 
Folly bridge, i. 416, 431, 468. 
Folly-bridge ford, i. 46, 420. 
Fonte, aula cum, i. 92, i. e. Well hall, 

q. v. 
fords, i. 646. 

Forum, i. e. market, q. v. 

Fouke halls, i. 381, 385 ; ii. 51. 

Four sons of Edmund hall, i. 104. 

fourbury, i. 488, 497. 

Fowke halls, see Fouke. 

Fox (Vox) hall, ii. 277-9. 

Fragnon (Fragnum) hall, i. n 2-3. 

Franciscans, Grey friars, Minorite 
friars, fratres Minores, i. 16, 20, 311, 
368, 638 ; ii. p. vi, 119, 342-413, 
475,477-8. 

— their founder, i. 311 ; ii. 311, 343-4, 

35o,. 3 8 4, 39°- 393-4, 397, 4°7- 

— their institution, i. 310 ; ii. 311, 342, 

39°, 397- 

— their dress, ii. 390-1. 

— their arrival in England, i. 310; ii. 
342-9, 353-6, 39 1 - 2 - 

— welcomed by the Black friars, ii. 346, 

354, 35 6 5 39 2 - 



— their first coming to Oxford, i. 310; 

ii. 349-5 1 * 356-7, 39 2 -4- 

— welcomed by the Black friars, ii. 351, 

357, 394- 

— their first settlement in Oxford, i. 
35 1 : 2 , 357, 394- 

— their early Oxford benefactors, i. 310 ; 
ii- 352, 357-8, 394-5- 

— site of their first house, i. 208-9, 
308, 312; ii. 352, 357-8, 394. 

— their ' schools ' in their first house, 
ii- 344, 354, 362-4, 397-8. 

— their 1 cantuaria ' (chapel) in their 
first house, ii. 352, 383. 

— their infirmary in their first house, 
ii. 383. 

— ' Grey Friars entrance,' near their 
first house, i. 208 ; ii. 360, 396, 41 1. 



— migrate to a site partly in the South 
suburb, ii. 358, 364. 395. 

— benelactors in their new house, i. 



288 



INDEX I. 



Franolsoans {continued) : — 

310; ii. 41, 358-61, 379-80, 383, 
3S5, 3SS, 6, 403 5, 409, 412 3. 

— their Oxford property, i. 578 ; ii. 41, 
45, 35 2 j 357-8, 3S9, 395, 410-1. 

— endowments, ii. 273, 38S. 

— own Grey friars mill, i. 404 ; ii. 410. 

— serve S. Peter-le-Bailey church, ii. 
102, 370. 

— site of their second Oxford house, i. 

251- 2, 280, 308-10, 398, 404, 425, 
578 ; ii. p. vi, 358, 360-1, 411. 

enlargement of this sile — 

(i) by pushing out city wall, i. 128, 

252- 3 ; ii. 360, 396. 

(ii) by adding an island in the 
Thames streams, ii. 361, 396. 

(iii) by annexing the site of the 
Penitentiarian friars, ii. 41, 361, 396, 
475. 477- 

— details of their second Oxford house, 
ii. 396, 410. 

— their lodgings, ii. 356, 389, 396, 
410-1. 

— their refectory, ii. 396, 410. 

— their dormitory, ii. 396. 

— their ' courts ' (i.e. quadrangles), ii. 
389- 

— their church, ii. 356, 383, 386-9, 
396-7, 406, 409-10. 

its site, ii. 360, 396. 

altars in, ii. 409. 

images in, ii. 56, 389. 

gilds in, ii. 407. 

monuments in, ii. 223, 384, 386, 

389, 407-8. 
University exercises in, ii. 364, 

386. , 

miracles in, ii. 384, 386, 407,409. 

— — persons buried in, ii. 56, 373, 
383-6, 407-9, 41 1-3. 

— their churchyard, ii. 389, 411. 

— their schools, i. 572; ii. 356, 361, 
364-76, 397-4°3, 474- 

' Theological ' in their church, ii. 

364, 398 : ' Philosophical ' in their 
cloister, ii. 364. 

— — University exercises in their 
schools, ii. 364, 398, 407. 

eminent teachers in their schools, 

ii. 363-76, 398-401. 

— their cloister, ii. 364, 397, 410. 

— their libraries, ii. 356, 378-83, 397> 
403-6, 410, 429. 

■ Libraria conventus, ii. 379, 403. 

Libraria scholarium, ii. 379, 403. 

— their tower, ii. 389, 472. 

— their gate, ii. 410. 

— their grove, ii. 41, 389, 396, 410-1. 

— their gardens, ii. 41, 389, 410-1. 

— their orchard, ii. 389, 410-1. 



Franciscans {continued) : — 

— their walks, ii. 389, 396, 410. 

— their bridge, ii. 361, 396. 

— their fishponds, ii. 411. 

— members of their Oxford house, i. 
425; ii. 102-3, 346, 348-9, 354-5, 

359> 362-79, 383-5. 39 2 . 398-403, 
409-10, 412. 

— wardens of their Oxford house, ii. 

344. 353, 364, 389, 4°9- IO > 4*2. 

— dissolution and destruction of, i. 253, 
310; ii. 325, 341, 383-4, 389, 396, 
411. 

— ruins of, in Wood's time, ii. 411. 

— Twyne's notice of, iii. 197. 



— hostility of the Benedictines at their 
first coming to England, ii. 349-50, 
393-4- 

— early popularity seen in the joining 
of their order by bishops, ii. 212, 359, 
395 ; Augustinian monks, ii. 212, 359, 
395 ; Benedictine monks, ii. 351, 359, 
395, 450 ; Carthusians, ii. 450 ; other 
mendicant friars, e.g. Austin friars, 
ii. 450 ; and secular students, ii. 397. 

— repute for learning, ii. 293, 362, 383, 
398, 401, 406. 

— acquire Greek and Hebrew books, ii. 
380, 382, 405^ 

— controversy with the University about 
migration into their order, ii. 397. 

— secular students in their Oxford 
house, ii. 379, 403. 

— disputes with Austin friars about 
migration from one order to another, 
ii. 450. 

— disputes with Austin friars, Black 
friars, and secular students of the 
University on points of philosophy, 
ii. 464. 

— attacks made on them by the secular 
clergy, i. 368, 380, 387-8, 397. 4 X ° 

— they are empowered to hear confes- 
sions, ii. 386-7, 409. 

— they are employed in making wills, 
ii. 324, 388. 

— their degeneracy, ii. 376, 380-3, 
403, 405-6. 

— lists of members of the order, ii. 343- 
9, 352, 353-6, 359~ 6o > 362-78, 389, 
391-2, 394-6, 39 8 -4°3- 

— histories of the order — 

(i) by Thomas Eccleston, ii. 342, 
345, 391 : see Wood's Life and Times, 
iv. 268. 

(ii) by Bartholomew de Pisis, ii. 

343, 356, 359, 39 2 - 

(iii) by P. Rod. Tossinianus, ii. 345. 

(iv) by Francis a Sta. Clara, ii. 
343- 



INDEX I. 



Franciscan schools, iii. 288. 

— fraternities, i. 646 ; ii. 539, 543. 

Freers, see Friars. 

Freren, i. e. Friars' street, q. v. 

[Frewen Court], i. 75, 226; ii. 230. 

[Frewen Hall], i. 16, 75, 226-7. 

Friar Bacons study, i. 307, 416, 418, 
422-3, 425, 632 ; ii. 498 : and, a dif- 
ferent building, ii. 41 1. 

Friar Bungay's study, ii. 411. 

[Friar street], i. 613. 

Friars, the four orders, ii. 119, 273, 
311-472 : see also Mendicants. 

[Friars, the, (a quarter so called)], i. 
613, 616. 

Friars' entry — 

(i) ancient, ii. 431, 444- 

(ii) modern, i. 355, 360; ii. 444. 
[Friars' inn], i. 613. 

Friars' (Freren) street, i. 208, 308, 491 ; 

ii. 361, 410. 
S. Frideswyde's bridge, iii. 291. 
S. Frideswyde's cemetery, iii. 291. 
S. Frideswyde's chest, ii. 153. 
S. Frideswyde's church. — 

— site, i. 166. 

— in the story of S. Frideswyde, ii. 59, 
I2 3-4> I33> 163-4, 1 7 2 - 

— rebuilt by Ethelred, ii. 130, 163 : 
rebuilt in Henry I's time, ii. 163 : 
rebuilt in 1190, ii. 154-5, 163. 

— made a vicarage, iii. 84. 

— a conventual and parish church, ii. 
p. vi, 58-62, 163-77^ 

chantries there, i. 457, 462 ; ii. 

60-1, 167, 170-2 ; iii. 84. 
altars there, i. 167-8 ; ii. 62, 136, 

172 ; iii. 84. 
chapels, ii. 62 : Lady chapel, ii. 

r 7o, 173-4; "I- 8 4- 
lights, i. 330, 500-1; ii. 61-2, 

167, 177. 

anniversaries, ii. 60-1, 172. 

obits, ii. 61 , 172. 

burials in, ii. 172-5, 316, 328. 

monuments in, ii. 60, 173-4. 

stained glass in, ii. 160. 

S. Frideswyde's chest, ii. 153. 

shrine of S. Frideswyde, see infra, 

p. 291. 

incidental mention, i. 138, 148, 

169, 250, 380, 578, 617, 639 ; ii. 1-2, 
148, 282. 

— — called the mother-church of 
Oxford, i. 141, 247. 

clergy of, ii. 59 ; iii. 84. 

chantry clergy of, iii. 84. 

clerk of, ii. 59. 

— — University sermons in, i. 247. 

— — churchyard, i. 136, 247, 441, 516 ; 
ii. 171-2: great gate of, i. 166-7, 

VOL. III. U 



S. Frideswyde's church (cont.) : — 
219: cross in, i. 247, 441; ii. 136: 
University sermons at, i. 247; ii. 
136. 

parish, i. p. xi, 127, 141-3, 160, 

163-4, 166-9, 219, 516, 518, 524, 
539, 624; ii. 124, 142, 280. 

— becomes the Cathedral Church of 
Christ, i. 250, 296 ; ii. 7 ; iii. 279. 

S. Frideswyde's fair, iii. 291. 

S. Frideswyde's gate, iii. 291. 

S. Frideswyde's grange, iii. 291. 

S. Frideswyde's grove, iii. 291. 

S. Frideswyde's hall, iii. 291. 

S. Frideswyde's lane, iii. 291. 

S. Frideswyde's mead, iii. 291. 

S. Frideswyde's mill, iii. 291. 

S. Frideswyde's nunnery, iii. 291. 

S. Frideswyde's priory, ii. 141-80. 

— site of, i. 164-5 5 I 55- 

— legendary foundation, see S. Frides- 
wyde's nunnery, infra, p. 291. 

— a house of Secular canons (circ. 740 
a.d.), ii. 118, 125, 135, 141, 160: 
endowments of, ii. 142-3, 149, 
151. Burnt, 1002 a. D., i. 410; 
ii. 143 : rebuilt, 1004 a.d., by Ethel- 
red, ii. 143, 146, 151. Ethelred's 
charter, i. 236, 283, 410, 499; ii. 87, 
142-6, 151, 158. 

— Secular canons are assailed by Regu- 
lar canons, ii. 118, 135, 146-9, 155, 

160, 182. 

— a house of Regular canons, 1060 
A. D., ii. 146 : wasted at the Norman 
conquest, ii. 147, 154 : owned by 
Abingdon abbey, ii. 147, 154: owned 
by Roger, bishop of Sarum, ii. 147-9, 
154- 

— a.d. 1 122, refounded by Henry I, 

ii. 147-9, J 54- 

— A. D. 1482, survey of, iii. 101. 

— suppressed to found Cardinal Wol- 
sey's college, i. 149, 172, 188, 296, 
329; ii. 43, 91-2, 177-8, 310, 502; 

iii. 29 : converted into King Henry 
VIH's college, ii. 7 ; iii. 100 : con- 
verted into Cathedral Church of 
Christ, ii. 7. 

— endowments of, i. 537 ; ii. 149-52,. 

161, 166, 174-5, 1 78-80 : churches 
of, i. 64, 102, 160, 358; ii. 34-6, 
42-3, 48-50, 57-62, 74-7,86-7, 91, 
94, 102, 106-7, 1 50-i, 170, 174-5, 
2 °4, 3M, 3^, 37°> 4 8o > 4 8 3, 5°° ; 
iii- 73, 77-9, 8o > 8 3-4, 9 2 ~6, 9 8 ~9 : 
lands of, near Oxford, i. 322-3, 330—1, 

334, 33 8 , 343, 347, 35°, 35 2 -*3, 401-2, 
405-6, 410, 413, 415,454-60, 463-4; 
ii. 42-3, 58, 66, 74, soS : manors of, 
i- 343, 45 s J ii- 469 : tithes of, i. 175, 



290 



INDEX I. 



S. Frideswyde's priory {con/.) : — 
353, 451; ii. 145, 150, 175: fishery 
of, i. 463. 

— Oxford property of, in S. Aldate's 
parish, i. 157-60. 193-4, 199, 200, 
563-5 ; ii- 157, 178 : in All Saints' par., 

i. 81, 149, 522 ; ii. 60-1, 178 : in S. 
Clement's par., i. 283-5, 353 : in 
S. Ebbe's par., i. 209-10, 308, 515 ; 

ii. 178 : in S. Edward's par., i. 140, 
146, 163, 169-71, 199, 528, 538-9; 
ii. 156, 178, 277-80, 313-4, 316, 
327-9 : in S. Frideswyde's par., i. 164, 
166-9, 2I 9> 5 J 6; ii- 280: in S. George's 
par., ii. 178 : in S. Giles' par., i. 348-9, 
352 : in Holywell par., ii. 460-1, 498 : 
in S. John Bapt. par., i. 177, 179-81, 
184-5, J 87-8, 190-1, 537-8 ; ii. 60, 
169, 178 : in S.Mary Magd. par., i. 361, 

3 6 4>37 2 ,374; »• i5 6 ~7» *7 8 » 26 4= in 
S. Martin's par.,i. 70,481 ; ii. 81, 178 : 
in S. Mary Virgin par., i. 88, 95-6, 
J 34> 1 39, J 43> 5 T 7> 5 2 ° ; ii. 61, 178 : 
in S.Michael's North Gate par., i. 69, 
72-3, 479, 489; ii. 61, 90, 178: in 
S. Michael's South Gate par., i. 297, 
301-3, 405 ; ii. 156, 169, 172-3,490: 
in S. Mildred's par., i. 11 1-2, 12 1-4; 
ii. 60-1 ; iii. 68 : in S. Peter-le- 
Bailey par., i. 218, 220; ii. 178: in 
S. Peter in the East par., i. 107, 109, 
128, 295. 579-8°; 61, 157, 178, 
484 : in S. Thomas' par., i. 318 ; ii. 
178 : in parishes unnamed, i. 199, 200, 

507, 5°9> 5 I2 > 5i 8 ~9> 5 2 3, 5 2 ^ ; ii. 37, 
172 ; iii. 58-9, 61-2. 

— privileges of, i. 141 ; ii. 145, 152-4, 
157 ; iii. 101. 

— market rights of, i. 329, 371, 455-6, 
499 ; ii. 86. 

— members of, priors, see infra : sub- 
priors of, iii. 85, 101-2 : canons of, 
ii. 162-3, 196, 210; iii. 81, 100-1 : 
allowances of a canon, i. 170 ; ii. 57, 
59 : chanter, i. 103 : precentor, i. 103 : 
procurator, ii. 59 : sacrist, ii. 57 : 
steward, i. 502. 

— benefactors to, iii. 59. 

— arms of, ii. 159. 

— martyrology of, ii. 60 : documents of, 
i. and ii. passim, see Wood's Life and 
Times, iv. 103-4. 

— seal of, ii. 159, 180: see Wigram's 
Cartulary of S. Frideswyde, frontis- 
piece to vol. i. 

— patron of (the king), iii. 100-1. 

— buildings of, ii. 154-9, 4 11 - 

quadrangle, ii. 155. 

cloister, i. 192 ; ii. 156-7. 

hall or refectory, ii. 156. 

church, see supra, p. 289. 



S. Frideswyde's priory {coni.) : — 

— buildings of: chapter-house, ii. 173, 
178, 180. 

dormitory, ii. 156. 

sanctuary, ii. 156. 

infirmary, i. 247 ; ii. 156. 

chapel of infirmary, ii. 157. 

houses of chantry priests, ii. 171. 

wall, i. 250 ; ii. 155. 

walks, ii. 158. 

garden, i. 540, 569 ; ii. 158. 

grange, see infra, p. 291. 

grove, see infra, p. 291. 

stables, i. 298. 

— dissolution of, i. 149, 17 1-2, 329. 

— king exercises patronage of, during 
vacancy of priorship, iii. 73, 94, 98. 

— minor references, i. 16, 47, 77, 1,27-8, 
148, 156, 198, 200, 222, 226-7, 2 95» 
3*6, 3 2 4> 377 5 P- vi > I , 28 > 3°, 35-6, 
211, 227-9, 3i 2 ~4> 33°> 4 8 3 5 i". 64. 



S. Frideswyde's, priors of, ii. 160-3 ; 
iii. 100-2. 

— Guymund (Wimund) (112 2), ii. 
J 47-9> x 54» 1 60-1. 

— Robert Canutus (or Coks) (1141), i. 
330; ii. 76, 161, 2ir. 

— Philip (11 70), i. 297, 383; ii. 16, 
162, 169, 521 ; iii. 59-60. 

— John (1191), ii. 162. 

— William of S. Aldate's (1221), ii. 
151 (?), 162 ; iii. 60, 68. 

— Simon (1227), i. 169, 172; ii. 151, 
162 ; iii. 58, 62, 67. 

— Elias (1228), ii. 162 ; iii. 100. 

— E. Scotus (ejected 1235), 100 ' 
query, if same as Elias. 

— William of Gloucester (1235), i. 69, 
168 ; ii. 162 ; iii. 100. 

— Robert of Weston (1248), iii. 101 : 
some of the references under Robert 
1 of Olney,' ii. 162, belong to him. 

— John of Olney (1260), iii. 101 : query, 
if error for Robert. 

— Robert of Olney, +1278, ii. 162 ; iii. 
60, 101. 

— John of Lewknor (Leukenhouere) 
(1278), ii. 162, 328, 448, 460 ; iii. 101. 

— Robert of Ewelme (1286), i. 347, 
479 ; ii. 162 ; iii. 101. 

— Alex.of Sutton (f I3i6),ii. 162 ; iii.iol- 

— Robert of Torueston (13 16), ii. 94; 
iii. 101. 

— John of Littlemore (f 1349), 112 ' 

ii. 162, 279 ; iii. 101. 

— Nicholas of Hungerford (1349), ii- 
162, 277 ; iii. 101. 

— John of Wallingford (1366), ii. 162. 

— John Dodeford (f 1391), ii. 162-3; 

iii. 101. 



INDEX I. 



291 



S. Frideswyde's, priors of (cont.) :— 

— Thomas Bradewell (I39 I )> IQI - 

— Richard de Oxenford (1402), i. 165, 
415 ; ii. 163. 

— Edmund Audener (1434), iii. 101. 

— Robert Merton (?) (1446), ii. 163,455. 

— John Westbury (1462), ii. 163. 

— George Norton (1470), ii. 163. 

— Richard Walker (^1496), ii. 163; 
iii. 101. 

— Thomas Ware (t 1501), iii. 101-2. 

— William Chedyll (150 1), ii. 163; 
iii. 102. 

— John Burton (1513-24), i. 537 ; ii. 
163, 179-S0, 217; iii. 102. 



S. Fride swy de s bridge, i. 412 ; ii. 227-8. 
S. Frideswyde's cemetery or churchyard, 

see supra, p. 289, col. i. 
S. Frideswyde's chest, ii. 153. 
S. Frideswyde's church, see supra, p. 289. 
S. Frideswyde's fair, i. 299, 331, 460, 

499~5°3> 631 ; 86, 149, 153-4. 
S. Frideswyde's gate, i. 293-4; ii. 478. 
S. Frideswyde's grange, i. 295, 402, 411, 

413 ; ii. 149, 158-9, 500. 
S. Frideswyde's grove, i. 245, 249, 264, 
^ 295, 625; ii. 158, 500. 
S. Frideswyde's hall — 

(i) in S. Ebbe's par., i. 210, 592 ; 
ii. p. viii. 

(ii) in Grandpont, i. 302. 
S. Frideswyde's lane — 

(i) now in Christ Church, i. 164. 

(ii) now in C. C. C, i. 140. 

S. Frideswyde's mead, i. 456-7, 459, 
502. 

S. Frideswyde s mill, i. 166-7. 

S. Frideswyde's nunnery, i. 16, 165-6, 
302, 322; ii. 42, 124-5, I2 7> 133, 
135, 141-2, 149, 160: terrae de ara 
S. Frideswydae, i. 167-8, 538; ii. 
142, 149. 

S. Frideswyde's priory, see supra, p. 289 ; 

priors of, supra, p. 290. 
S. Frideswyde's schools, i. nr, 572. 
S. Frideswyde's shrine (' feretrum '), (i) 

legendary, ii. 134, 143; (ii) built in 

1181, ii. 155, 164-8; (iii) rebuilt in 

1289, i. 569, 579; ii. 62, 136, 166, 

168-70, 173, 522, 528. 
S. Frideswyde's well, i. 577; ii. 134, 

166, 169; i.e. S. Margaret's well, 

q. v. 

Priends' meeting-house, ii. 230. 

Frogmore mead, ii. 191. 
! Fryers, i. e. Friars', q. v. 
1 Fulling mill, i. 403, 626 ; ii. 193, 227. 
1 Fulling-mill eyt, i. 457, 465.' 
I Fulling-mill ham, i. 457 ; ii. 6, 193. 
! Furres inn, i. 149. 

U 



gallows, i. 306, 345, 379, 387, 575, 
626. 

Gamach (Gaymach) hall, i. 359, 507, 

518 ; ii. 106. 
gaol, see prison. 
Garlonds place, i. 529. 
gates, i. 244-64, 501, 646 ; ii. 539. 
Gayler hall, i. 185, 507, 516, 638. 
Gaymach, i. e. Gamach, q. v. 
Geometry schools, i. 84. 
S. George's church — 

— Wood's history of, i. 17, 348 ; ii. 2, 
62-5, 180-8. 

— site, i. 214-5, 276 ; ii. p. vi, 62, 194, 
219. 



(I) a conventual church, of the Col- 
lege of S. George in the Castle, ii. 
62, 180-1, 186. 

— foundation of, i. 271; ii. 62, 181, 
196, 214. 

— endowments of, i. 348 ; ii. 64, 74, 
419 : see also in S. George's college. 

— benefactors of, ii. 63, 181-2, 186-7. 

— 'liberties' of, ii. 180, 185. 

— chapels of, ii. 182, 191. 

— chantries in, ii. 63, 184. 

— altars, ii. 64, 183-4. 

— images, ii. 64, 66, 184. 

— lights, ii. 64, 184. 

— tower of, i. 267-8. 

— relics in, ii. 65. 

— festival of, ii. 64. 

— suppressed by transference to Osney 
abbey, ii. 182, 416, 435, 474 : see also 
in S. George's college. 



(II) a parish church, ii. 62-3. 

— served by Osney abbey, i. 275. 

— curate of, ii. 63, 185, 232. 

— parish of, i. p. xi, 314-6, 342, 366, 
403 ; ii. 6, 62-3, 93, 113, 178, 184-5, 
188, 219, 261, 416-7, 419, 435, 474, 
477- 



(III) the chapel of S. George's 
hall in the castle, ii. 63. 

— served by Osney abbey, ii. 64. 

— served by a chaplain, ii. 63, 184. 

— served also by the students of the 
hall, ii. 184-5. 



— destruction of, ii. 65. 

— remains of, i. 270, 276 ; ii. 65, 185. 
S. George's college in the Castle — 

— Wood's history of, i. 16; ii. 180-8. 

— site, iii. 278. 



(I) a house of Secular Canons 
(1074-1149), i. 214; ii. 141, 181, 
186. 



292 



INDEX I. 



8. George's college {continued) : — 

— foundation of, i. 271 ; ii. 62, 75, 181 , 
186, 196. 

— benefactors to, i. 348, 351 ; ii. 63, 
181-2, 186-7, 195. 

— endowments of, i. 349, 351 ; ii. 75, 
181-2, 186-8, 191-5. 

— Oxford property of, i. 348-9, 351, 
354; ii. 75, 187-8, 194-5. 

— privileges of, ii. 180, 182, 185, 187, 
191. 

— church of, see S. George's church. 

— members of, ii. 75-6, 181, 216. 

— dress of these members, ii. 216. 

— suppression by incorporation in 
Osney abbey, i. 214, 349, 351 ; ii. 
62-3, 75-6, 181-2, 190-1, 194, 198; 
iii. 103. 



(II) a hall for students of the Uni- 
versity, i. 514 ; ii. 63-5, 182-5. 

— maintained and governed by Osney 
abbey, ii. 183-5. 

— statutes of, ii. 183-4: Wood's Life 
and Times, iv. 105. 

— wardens of, ii. 63, 65, 183-4: war- 
den's procession, i. 318 ; ii. 183. 

— chaplain of, ii. 63, 184-5. 

— fellows of, bound to serve S. George's 
church, ii. 183-4. 

— ' pauperculus ' of, ii. 183. 

— scholars and poor scholars of, ii. 

l8 5-. 

— their chapel, iii. 291. 



— projected erection of, into a College, 
i. 215, 276; ii. 185, 229. 



— destruction of, ii. 65, 185. 

— ruins of, i. 270, 276; ii. 65, 185. 

S. George's convent, i. 214; ii. 62, i.e. 

college, ut supra. 
George, or S. George's, hall — 

(i) in S. Edward's parish, i. 148, 
170-1 ; ii. 55. 

(ii) in S. George's parish, in the 
Castle, i. 215 ; ii. p. vii, 185. 

(iii) in S. Mary's parish, in High 
street, i. 136, 592, 605, 639 ; ii. p. vii, 
188, 216. 

(iv) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High street, i. 100-1, 635. 

(v) two halls, in S. Thomas' parish, 

i- 3*3, 315. 434J »• 180. 
George, or S-. George's, inn — 

(i) in S. Mary Magd. parish, i. 356, 
361-2 ; iii. 224. 

(ii) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, i. 361-2. 

[George island], i. map ii. 



George lane, or street, i. 8, 164, 228, 
2( M> 334, 362-3, 434, 6l< 5, 627 : see 
also Thames street. 

[George street, S. Clement's], i. 611. 

[George-street mews], i. 216. 

geroldin, the, i. 137. 

Gersham-street culture, ii. 507. 

Gerye's wood, ii. 508. 

gilda mercatoria, i. 152, 203, 331, 479; 
iii. 3. 

Gild hall, i. 150-4, 202, 256, 478, 623 ; 

ii. 193 ; iii. 28, 32-3, 169. 

— lower, i. 153-5; «■ 495- 

— old, i. 152, 154, 203. 

— upper, i. 154. 

— fairs in, i. 503-4. 

— old glass in, iii. 169. 
Gild-hall yard, i. 155. 

Gilds, religious, i. 314 ; ii. 503-4, 543. 
Gilds, trade, of Oxford, i. 469, 475, 645; 

iii. 69 : Wood's Life and Times, iii. 
227-8, and iv. 187. 

— bakers, iii. 30. 

— barbers, ii. 62, 177 ; iii. 15. 

— butchers, i. 483. 

— carpenters, i. 413. 

— cooks, i. 486 ; ii. 515 ; iii. 25. 

— curriers and shoemakers (cord- 
wainers), i. 469, 484 ; ii. 32, 109 ; iii. 
69-70. 

— fishmongers, i. 477-8 ; iii. 169. 

— glovers, i. 488 ; ii. 111-2. 

— mercers, iii. 150. 

— tailors, i. 303, 495 ; ii. 84, 112. 

— wax-chandlers, iii. 148. 

— weavers (telarii), i. 469, 496. 

S. Giles' anchorhold, i. 356 ; ii. 503. 
S. G-iles' church — 

— Wood's history of, ii. 2, 65-70. 

— legend of the University there, i. 47, 
355> 626-7; Hj 3o, 65-6. 

— site of, i. 355, 627 ; ii. p. vi, 66. 

— founder of, i. 356 ; ii. 66-7, 70, 496. 

— endowment of, i. 352 ; ii. 66-8, 194. 

— given to Godstow nunnery, ii. 67. 

— made a vicarage, ii. 68 ; iii. 85, 91. 

— patronage of — 

(i) as a rectory, ii. 67, 70. 

(ii) as a vicarage, ii. 68 ; iii. 85. 

— benefactors of, ii. 68-70, 263. 

— chancel of, ii. 69 ; iii. 196, 217. 

— north aisle of, iii. 195. 

— chapels in, ii. 68-70. 

— chantries in, ii. 69. 

— obits in, ii. 70. 

— lights in, ii. 68. 

— altars in, ii. 68. 

— pulpit in, iii. 196. 

— porch of, ii. 70. 

— tower of, i. 620. 

— sermons in, ii. 70. 



INDEX I. 



293 



S. Giles' church {continual) : — 

— plate of, ii. 70. 

— baptisms in, iii. 216. 

— marriages in, iii. 216. 

— burials in, ii. 70, 7S ; iii. 191, 216-8. 
262-3. 

— monuments and inscriptions in, ii. 
70; iii. 191-2, 195-6. 

— vicars of. ii. 68 ; iii. S5-7, 99, 217. 

— clerk of, iii. 196, 217. 

— property of, ii. 6S-70. 

— documents of, ii. 70. 

— registers of, iii. 163. 216. 

— incidental reference to, as a land- 
mark, i. 240, 347, 356, 370, 372, 392, 
627 ; ii. 496 ; iii. 138, 192. 

— churchyard of, iii. 196. 

— [the ' Old Vicarage '], iii. 192. 

— parish of, i. 47, 339, 342, 344, 347~ 8 > 
35°-2, 35 6 ~9> 362, 366, 375-6, 454~ 
5> 575> 620, 623; ii. 65, 68-70. 85, 
109, 300, 507 ; iii. 29, 133, 163, 189, 
207. 

[ S. Giles' fair], i. 631. 

S. Giles' fields, i. 314, 455, 627. 

S. Giles' manor ( ; Osney ' manor), i. 

347, 352, 627. 
S. Giles' street, i. 150, 356-7, 394, 620, 

628, 631, 634. 
[S. Giles' wake], i. 631. 
Ginginers {Gyngyners) inn, i. 78. 
Ginginer's place, i. 116, 220. 
Glasen, i.e. Glassen hall. q. v. 
Glasier s entry, i. 86, 518. 
Glassen ^Glazen) hall, aula Vitrea — 

(i) in S. Mary's parish, in Schools 
street, i. 91-2, 99, 570, 573 (' domus 
vitriarii'), 574, 592, 596,601, 605, 
63 7 >. 639; ii. p. vli, 215. 

(ii) in S. Edward's parish, in Bear 
lane, i. 162-3, 1 7 1 ~ 2 > I 74> 5 18 , 
606. 

Globe inn, i. 71, 521. 
Glocester, see Gloucester. 
Glou. domus, see Gloverniae. 
Gloucester college and hall — 

— Wood's history of, i. 16; ii. 119, 
248-63. 

— site of, i. 366, 369 ; ii. 248-9, 251, 
261,416,435,444. 

— incidental mention of, i. 347, 355, 
364-5, 576; ii. 62, 421, 438, 440, 
495- 



(I) previous history of the site : — 

(i) house of the earl of Gloucester, 
ii. 248, 496. 

(ii) house of the Knights Hospi- 
talers, ii. 249, 251. 

(iii) house of the Carmelite friars, ii. 
249, 416; iii. 276 : then lodgings for 



I Gloucester college {continued^) : — 
the bishops, when the court was in 
Oxford, i. 576. 

(iv) in private ownership, ii. 2=0. 

(II) a college for monks from S. 
Peter's, Gloucester, ii. 249-51, 265. 

— founder of, ii. 249. 

— members of it, ii. 250-1. 

1_ 

(III) Gloucester college: — a joint 
college for Benedictine monks study- 
ing in Oxford, i. 39, 638 ; ii. p. vi, 
248, 251-6. 496. 

■ — founder of, ii. 251. 

— benefactors of, ii. 253-4, 257, 259. 

— houses built for students from sepa- 
rate convents, ii. 252-5, 261. 

stained glass in the windows of, 

ii- 253-4.- 259- 
arms carved in stone on, ii. 252-5. 

— rebuses carved in stone on, ii. 
252-4. 

— refectory or hall, ii. 253, 255, 257, 
259, 423, 435. 

stained glass in, ii. 259. 

— chapel, ii. 257-8, 262. 

stained glass in, ii. 257. 

vestiary of, ii. 258. 

■ portable altar, ii. 257. 

— library, ii. 258-9, 262. 

— dormitory, ii. 259. 

— quadrangle or court, ii. 252-3. 

— smaller quadrangle, ii. 255, 423, 
435- 

— inner gate, ii. 252. 

— outer gate, ii. 255. 

— — arms carved on, ii. 255. 

— clockhouse, ii. 257. 

— walks, ii. 251, 261. 
— - gardens, ii. 261. 

— statutes of, ii. 256-7. 

— priors of. ii. 256-7, 259-63. 

— members of, i. 82 ; ii. 254, 256, 
259-61. 

— manciple of, iii. 30. 

— seal of, ii. 263. 

— abbeys which sent students to, ii. 

2 5 2-5 j 2 5 7- 

— dissolution of, ii. 261-2. 

— ruins of, i. 370 ; ii. 5, 262. 



'IV N palace of bishop of Osney 
(Oxford", ii. 5, 7, 261. 



(V) Gloucester hall — 

(i) a hall for students of S. John's 
college, ii. 5, 262. 

(ii) afterwards an independent aca- 
demical hall, i. 4, 633. 

— principal's lodgings, ii. 252. 



294 



INDEX I. 



Gloucester college {continued) :— 

— hall of, iii. 293, col. ii. 

— old buildings of, ii. 423, 435 5 1U - 
293, col. ii. 

— members of, ii. 69, 253, 259, 296, 
472; iii. 108, 228, 234, 239, 243, 

251- 2, 259-64. 

— endeavours to erect the hall into 
a college, iii. 108. 

the name ' Gloucester hall ' carried 

back to earlier period, i. 576 ; ii. 248. 

(VI) Worcester college, i. 633 ; ii. 

2 5 2 - 

Gloucester-college close, ii- 43 T - 
Gloucester green — 

(i) old, i. 216, 363. 

(ii) modern, i. 3 62 ~3. 434' 6 3 x - 
Gloucester-green fair, i. 504-5, 631. 
Gloucester-green market, i. 497, 505. 
Gloucester hall — 

(i) = the present Worcester college, 
iii. 293, col. ii. 

(ii) in S. Martin's or S. Aldate s 
parish, i. 201-2, 205. 

Gloucester house, i. 366 ; ii. 248, 496. 
Gloucester place, i. 529. 
Gloverniae'domus, Glou. domus, i. 535, 

538; ii. 142, 280. 
goal, i.e. gaol, see prison. 
Gode street, i. 257. 
Godecnave, i.e. Godknave, q.v. 
Godeford's eyt, i. 430, 457. 
Godknave hall, i. 95-6. 
Godstow bridge, i. 354, 440, 459. 
Godstow cross, i. 440. 
Godstow hall, i. 99, 507, 518, 573, 592 ; 

ii. p. vii. 

Godstow's, abbess of, way, i. 353-4* 
459. 

Godstow nunnery, Oxford property of— 

— in S. Clement's parish, i. 284, 402, 

4 r 3- . , . 

— in S. Edward s parish, 1. 539 ; 11. 

277-8, 280-2. 

— in S. Giles' parish, i. 347, 35 2 . 357? 
375 ; ii. 67-8; iii. 85, 91. 

— in Holywell parish, i. 387-8. 

— in S. John Baptist parish, i. 179, 
569. 

— in S. Mary Virgin parish, i. 98, 140, 
172-3? 5o6; ii. 15. 

_ in S. Mary Magdalen parish, 1. 408 ; 
ii. 264. 

, — in S. Michael's North Gate parish, i. 
68, 71-2, 479, 484. 

— in S. Michael's South Gate parish, 1. 

299 5 »• 47- , . 

— in S. Mildred s parish, 1. 113. 

— in S. Peter's East parish, i. 581. 



Godstow nunnery {continued) :— 

— in S. Peter-le- Bailey parish, i. 21.9-20. 

— in parish not named, i. 526. 

— in the west suburb, i. 334, 45 1 5 »• 
46. 

— in the north suburb, i. 33 8 » 343. 347» 
349-54. 453, 627; ii. 194- 

— in Portmeadow, 1. 459, 4 6l > 4°4> 
615. 

Godwyni tenement 'um, i. 136, 16 r. 
Golden Cross inn, i. 75. 
Golden Lion inn, i. 72. 
Gose court, i. 356, 359. 
Gose street, i. 257. 
Goter (Gotyr) hall, i. 176-7, 569. 
Gouter, i.e. Gutter hall, q. v. 
Graeca aula, i.e. Greek hall, q. v. 
Grammar schools, see Schools. 
Grandpole, i.e. Grandpoole, q.v. 
Grandpont — 

(i) the series of bridges and con- 
necting causeways, from Christ Church 
meadow gate to Foxcombe hill, i. 
307, 408, 416-7, 420-3. 4 26 . 49 8 '- 
see also South bridge. 

— meadows and streams near it, i. 452, 
454, 456, 462, 467. 

(ii) the street along the north end 
of this, from Christ Church meadow 
gate to Folly bridge, i. 47, 164, 251, 
281, 296, 298-9, 302, 305, 308, 398, 
405-6, 426, 528 ; ii. 37-9. 47- 8 . 9*. 
112, 3 J 5. 324. 3 2 8, 49°; J 

(iii) sometimes vaguely used either 
for this street or for the district out- 
side South gate generally, i. 69, 126, 
165, 201, 251, 253, 279-80, 296, 305, 
384, 420, 466, 613; ii. 169. 

Grandpont bridge, see Grandpont (1). 
Grandpont hall — 

(i) in S. Mary's parish, in Cat 

street, i. 95. , . , ■ t _ 

(ii) in unnamed parish and street, 

i. 96. 

Grandpont hermitage, i. 421-4; n. 

498-500. 
Grandpont jail, i. 305. 
Grandpont street, see Grandpont (11). 
Grandpont wharf, i. 279, 409; see also 

wharf. 

Grandpoole, i. 405, 519, 5 2 7- 
Graunpont, i. e. Grandpont, q. v. 
[Great mead], i. map ii. 
Greek hall, aula Graeca— 

(i) in S. Edward's parish, i. 167-8, 
592, 637, 639 ; ii. p. viii. 

(ii) in S. Giles' parish, i. 355. 
357-8. 

Greeks, proposed college for, iii. 108. 
Green ditch, i. 345. 37 
Green domus, i. e. Grene, q. v. 



INDEX I. 



295 



Grefe hall, i. 592. 
Greinsted, i. e. Grensted, q. v. 
Grenditch, i.e. Green ditch, q. v. 
Grene domus, i. 128. 
Grene hortus, i. 187. 
Grensted (Grimsted) hall — 

(i) in S. Martin's parish, in Gild-hall 
yard, i. 154. 

(ii) in S. John Baptist's parish, in 
Grope lane, i. 154, 186, 569, 636, 
638. 

Grensted place, i. 154. 
Greve hall, i. 197, 592. 
Greve hortus, i. 187. 
Grey friars, see Franciscans. 
Grey friars' bridge, ii. 361, 396. 
Grey friars' church, iii. 288. 
Grey friars' entry, i. 208 ; ii. 360, 396, 
411. 

Grey friars' mansion, iii. 288. 
Grey friars' mill, i. 404; ii. 410. 
Grey friars' schools, iii. 288. 
Griffe hall, i. 384, 592-3. 
Griffin hall, i. 381, 384. 
Grim (Grym) hall, i. 381, 384. 
Grimstead, see Grensted. 
Grocery, i. 490. 

Grope (Crope) lane, i. 63, 128, 136-8, 
143, 154, 176, 185-6, 422, 492-3, 
569, 623; ii. 26, 93; iii. 236. 

Gross hall, i. 507, 518. 

[The Grove], i. 176. 

Grove hall, i. 197, 592-3, 606; ii. 
p. viii. 

[Grove place], i. 188. 

[Grove street], i. 132, 137, 185, 188. 

Gryff, i. e. Griff hall, q. v. 

Grym, i. e. Grim hall, q. v. 

Grymstede, i. e. Grensted hall, q. v. 

Grype hall, i. 518. 

Guild, i. e. Gild hall, q. v. 

Gup (Gulp) hall, i. 169. 

gurgites, i. e. locks, q. v. 

Gutter (Gouter) hall, i. 100. 

Gylda, i. e. Gild hall, q. v. 
, Gyngyner, i. e. Ginginer, q. v. 

Haberdash (Haberdashers) hall, i. 82, 
I 593, 605, 639; ii. p. vii. 
j Hakelinges croft, i. 284, 410, 457 ; ii. 
144. 

i Halbock, i. 507, 519. 
j Haldwere, i. 452, 467. 
\ Halegod hall, i. 219-20; iii. 66. 
'< Halegod lane, i. 199, 218-9; 66 - 
< Half-moon inn, i. 133. 
. Half-moon sconce, i. 245. 
i Halkwere, i. 349, 457. 
j Halkwere cross, i. 349. 
, Hall place, i. 507, 518. 
Hallbock, i. 507, 519. 



halls, i. 646-51 ; ii. 539; iii. 137. 
Halywell, i. e. Holywell, q. v. 
Ham close, ii. 193. 

Hambury hall, or schools, i. 113, 118. 
573- 

Hamel (Hamayle) — 

(i) in S. Aldate's parish, i. 194, 567. 

(ii) in S. Frideswyde's parish, now 
lost in Christ Church, i. 167. 

(iii) in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, i. 
217. 

(iv) in S. Thomas' parish, i. 317-8, 
433, 575 ; 183, 202. 

(v) in Walton, in the North suburb, 

i- 343= 347, 349, 365. 
Hammer hall — 

(i) Great, or More, Hammer hall, 
i. 101, 106, 108, 579-85, 637. 

(ii) Little Hammer hall, i. 106, 
58i-5- 

Hammer-hall lane, i. 108-10, 584-5. 
Hammond's lodgings, i. 372. 
Hampton hall, i. 79-80, 122-4, I2 6, 

573, 593, 599, 6 37> 640; ii. p. v.i; 

iii. 66. 
hams, i. 655 ; ii. 541. 
Hanvill (Hanwell) house, i. 369. 
Hanwell, i. 376. 
Harding hall, i. 507, 519. 
Hare hall, aula Leporis — 

(i) in S. Frideswyde's parish, i. 167. 

(ii) in S. John Baptist's parish, i. 
127, 129-30, 192, 595, 636-7; ii. 
p. vii. 

Hare-hall lane, i. 102, 127-9, 1 9 2 , 5 22 > 
527. 

Harecatchers weir, i. 467. 
Harelanys mead, i. 457. 
Harold's mead, i. 457. 
Harold's well, i. 319, 438, 457. 
Hart (Hert) hall, aula Cervina — 

(i) in Cat street, in S. Peter's East 
parish, now merged in Hertford col- 
lege, i. 4, 640; iii. 112. 

— site of, i. no, 580, 585 ; ii. p. vii. 

— halls merged in, i. 91, 97, 56S, 596, 
636. 

— places near, i. 107, 568, 580, 582-3. 

— kitchen of, i. 91. 

— ball-court of, i. 568. 

— garden of, i. 581, 584. 

— principals of, i. 304, 596-7 ; iii. 139, 
180, 248, 255. 

— members of, i. 25 ; iii. 123, 179, 182, 
247,. 255-6. 

— buries in S. Peter's East, iii. 255-6. 

— owned by Exeter college, iii. 287. 

(ii) in S. John Baptist street and 
parish, i. 179-80, 569, 591, 593, 596, 
603, 635 (' Hortehowd '), 637 ; ii. 
5 2 4- 



296 



INDEX I. 



Hart hall {continued} : — 

(iii) in S. John Baptist parish, in 
Kibald street, i. 189-90, 192. 

(iv) in S. Mary's parish, in Cat 
street, but perhaps a confusion, i. 641. 

Hastyng terra, or tenementum, i. 573~4« 
Hattermonger domus, i. 197* 
Hawk i^Hauk) hall — 

(i) in Cheyney lane, in S. Michael's 
North Gate (or S. Mildred's) parish, 
i. 73> 586-7, 593, 597> 640; ii. p. vii. 

(ii) in S. Edward's parish, in Little 
Jewry lane, i. 162. 

(iii) in S. John Baptist's parish (?), 
in Kibald street, i. 190. 

[Hayfield road], i. 354. 
Haysche hall, i. 104. 
Headington common, i. 339. 
Headington, 'fee' of, ii. 193. 
Headington forest, i. 338, i.e. Shot- 
over, q. v. 

Headington hill, i. 286-7, 2 9 1 j 394> 
440, 629. 

Headington-hill cross, i. 286-7, 44°> 

628-9. 
Headington jail, i. 339. 
Headington, king's palace at, i. 236, 

339, 355> 577 '> H4, 164. 
Headington manor, i. 285, 335-42, 459, 

464, 628. 
Headington manor-house, i. 577. 
[Headington Union], ii. 506. 
Heaheite, i. 328. 
[Heathfield's hutts], i. 354. 
S. Helen's hall, i. 317, 434; ii. 504. 
[S. Helen's (lane)], i. 243. 
Heliae {terra), i. 535, 538 ; ii. 142. 
Helle school, i. 89, 571-2, 574. 
Helm hall, i. 179. 

Helyenor, i. 573, i.e. Alienore school, 
q. v. 

Hengesley, i. 464. 
Hengsey, i. e. Hinksey, q, v. 
Henry V's, king, college, iii. 300. 
Henry VIII's, king, college, iii. 280. 
Hensislade, ii. 144. 
Henxsey, i. e. Hinksey, q. v. 
Herborowe (Herbtiry), i. 97; iii. 65; 

i. e. Hereboren hall, q. v. 
Hereboren (Herborough) hall, i. 96-7 ; 

ii. 524 ; iii. 65. 
Hereburg hall, i. 97. 

Heren hall, i. 602, i. e. Eagle, q. v. 
Hermitages, i. 295, 411, 422-4; ii. 494, 

498-500. 
Heron hall, i. 639, i. e. Eagle, q. v. 
Hert hall, i. e. Hart, q. v. 
[Hertford College] — 

(i) Dr. Newton's, i. 90. 

(ii) now : i. no, 584-5 : iii. 295. 
Heyt, i. 457. 



Hick well, i. 438. 

High bridge, i. 313, 333~4> 434, 43^; 
ii. 416, 435; i.e. Hythe bridge, q.v. 

[High school], i. 363,621. 

High street, Altus vicus, Altum stra- 
tum — 

— its course, i. 60, 290, 314, 446, 619, 
629; ii. 56, 97. 

— cistern in, i. 62. 

— called East-gate street, i. 62 ; called 
East street, i. 79. 

— doubtful whether 4 high street ' is this 
or Cornmarket, i. 77 (cp. i. 61). 

— streets branching out from, i. 75, 
80-1, 83, 90, 99-100, 127, 132, 
137-8, 144, 148, 476, 493, 576. 

— buildings in, i. 79, 81, 83, 88-9, 
99-101, 129-38, 144-50, 161,, 188, 
476-7, 480, 491, 528, 565, 575, 581, 
617, 637; ii. 14, 38, 93, 101, 106. 

— XlVth century market in, i. 475-7, 
618. 

— S. Frideswide's fair in, i. 502. 

— XVlIth century market in, viz. 
butchers, i. 482-3 ; pigs, i. 479. 

High street = Cornmarket, i. 72, 75, 

(? 77 : cp. i. 61) ; ii. 230. 
High street = Grandpont, i. 614. 
High street = Magdalen street, ii. 444. 
High street, S. Clement's, i. 286, 314. 
High street, S. Thomas, i. 314. 
Hinksey (Henxsey, Hengsey, Hinxsey, 

&c.)— 

— conduit, i. 62-3, 438, 447. 

— cross, i. 450. 

— ferry, i. 46, 363, 436. 
• — field, ii. 205. 

— hall, i. 82, 197, 200-2, 593, 604, 606, 
636-7, 640; ii. p. vii, 39. 

— hill, i. 62-3. 

— hythe, i. 436. 

— lane, i. T99. 

— mill, i. 407, 416. 

— springs, i. 62-3, 438, 447. 

— steps, i. 416, 422 ; iii. 253. 

— way to North Hinksey, i. 334, 363, 
436-7. 

— way to South Hinksey, i. 416 ; iii. 

253- 

Hiren {Hiron) hall, i. 162, 602, i.e. 

Eagle, q.v. 
Hith bridge, i.e. Hythe bridge, q.v. 
[Hog-acre ditch], i. map. ii. 
Hokemere, ii. 507. 

Holdierd street, i. 72, i. e. Oldeherd, q. v. 
Hollway domus, i. 1 24. 
[Hollybush Row], i. 318-9. 
Holy bush, the, i. 46, 317-8, 332. 
Holy rood church and parish, ii. 50, i. e. 

S. Cross or Holywell, q. v. 
Holy well, iii. 297, col. ii. 



INDEX I. 



297 



Holywell almshouse, i. 3S5 ; ii. 497. 
Holywell anchorhold, i. 389 ; ii. 503. 
Holywell bridge, i. 629. 
[Holywell cemetery], i. 386, 616. 
Holywell church, S. Cross church — 

— Wood's history of, i. 381 ; ii. 2, 50-2. 

— site of, i. 3S6-S, 390, 496, 576, 629 ; 
ii. p. vi, 50, 70. 

— a chapel of S. Peter s in the East, i. 
377, 379, 38 2 .- 3S8; ii. 51, 100, 447. 

— used as a mortuary, i. 379. 

— patronage of, ii. 51. 

— benefactors of, ii. 52. 

— chancel of, iii. 186-90, 219. 

— nave or body of, iii. 188-9. 

— chapels in, ii. 51 ; iii. 189. 

— chantries in, ii. 51. 

— old glass in, iii. 188. 

— images in, iii. 1S9. 

— cross in, ii. 50. 

— lights in, ii. 52. 

— monuments and inscriptions in, ii. 
51-2 ; iii. 109, 186-90. 

— baptisms in, iii. 218. 

— marriages in, iii. 218. 

— burials in, ii. 51-2; iii. 186-90, 218-9. 

— tower of, iii. 190. 

— churchyard of, i. 390; iii. 190-1. 
burials in, iii. 190-1. 

— festival of, ii. 50. 

— parish clerk of, iii. 220. 

— property of, i. 384 ; ii. 52. 

— endowments of, ii. 51-2. 

— registers of, iii. 218, 220-2. 

— parish of, i. 344, 375, 381, 384-6, 
616, 638.; ii. 50-2, 447-8, 456, 461, 
497-8; iii. 65, 188-91, 217-9, 254. 

Holywell church, supra. 

Holywell, Church street, i. 387. 

Holywell churchyard, supra. 

Holywell common, i. 386-7. 

Holywell cross, i. 387. 

Holywell gallows, i. 379, 387, 575. 

Holywell green, i. 386, 489, 495-6, 576. 

— cross on, i. 496. 

— market in, i. 489, 495-6, 576. 

— well on, i. 386, 439, 61 6. 
Holywell hermitage, i. 389 ; ii. 503. 
Holywell manor, i. 260, 279, 362, 371, 

376-87, 401, 616; ii. 50-1, 447, 
456-7 ; iii. 71 : bounds of, i. 380 : 
farmed by Clare family, iii. 184: 
farmed by Napier family, iii. 184, 186. 
See also the references in parish and 
suburb. 

Holywell manor-house, i. 386, 388, 

390; iii. 186. 
Holywell meadows, i. 380. 
Holywell mill, i. 376, 386-7, 400-1, 

408 ; iii. 189. 
[Holywell music-room], i. 390-2. 



Holywell parish, see Holywell church, 
supra. 

[Holywell Penitentiary], i. 388. 

Holywell pillory, i. 387. 

Holywell street, i. 371, 376, 378, 381, 

3 8 3> 387-8, 39°, 39 2 , 439, 576, 628; 

ii. 50, 449. 
Holywell (suburb), i. 219, 243-4, 262-3, 

280, 383, 387, 458-9, 4 8 9> 5°4> 528, 

628 ; ii. 51, 99 ; iii. 217. 
[Holywell vicarage], i. 386. 
Holywell well, Holy well, i. 381, 385-6, 

388-90, 439, 616, 628; ii. 50. 
honours, i. 651 ; ii. 540. 
Hormuln, i. e. Horsmill, q. v. 
Hornmere hundred, i. 305-6 ; ii. 170. 
Horse market, i. 258, 371. 
Horse mill, the, i. e. Horsmill, q. v. 
Horsemonger, i. e. Horsmanger street, 

q. v. 

Horsman lane, i. 132. 

Horsmanger street, i. 340, 355, 371-5, 

383, 489, 628; ii. 265, 524. 
Horsman's office, iii. 163, &c. : see 

Wood's Life and Times, iv. 117. 
Horsmill, Horsmuln, Hormuln, the, i. 

132, 191 ; ii. 524. 
Horsmill hall, i. 132. 
Horsmill {Horsmuln) lane, 

i* 132— 3» 

181, 190-1, 421. 
Horsmill school, i. 132, 181, 421, 572. 
Hortehowde hall, i. 635, probably Hart 

hall in'S. Jo. Bapt. street, q. v. 
Hosaria, i. 494, 497. 
Hosary's hall, i. 316. 
hospitals, ii. p. vii, 495-7, 504-29, 533- 
hospital in S. Mary's College, ii. 236. 
Hospital mill, i. 401, 618. 
Hospitalers, Knights, Oxford property 

of, i. 369, 429 ; ii. 249, 251 : see next 

entry. 

Hospital orum domus, i. 315 : perhaps 
as supra. 

House of Converts, i. 153-5; ii. p. vi, 
494-5- 

[House of Industry], i. 393, 620, 634. 
S. Hugh's hall— 

(i) in S. Mildred's parish, i. 11 2-3 : 
see also (iii). 

(ii) in S. Peter's East parish, i. 104, 
593-4 ; ii. p. vii. 

(iii) in All Saints' parish, i. 519 : 
but probably in error for 'S. Mildred's 
parish.' 

Hukkys mill, i. 408. 

Humphrey, Duke, see Bodleian. 

hundreds, i. 651 ; ii. 540. 

Hunsingore inn — 

(i) in S. Edward parish, west side 
of Schydiard street, in Canterbury 
college, i. 140-1, 564; ii. 73, 330. 



298 



INDEX L 



llunsingore inn {continued) : — 

(ii) in S. Edward parish, east side 

of Schydiard street, in Corpus Chiisti 

college, i. 537. 
Hurst, the, i. 457; ii. 6, 193. 
Hurtesheued furlong, ii. 507. 
hustings court, i. 645. 
Huxe, le, ii. 419, 436. 
Huyme hall, i. 508, 519. 
Huyth, i.e. Hythe bridge, q. v. 
Hyde or Hye, i. e. Hythe bridge, q. v. 
Hykkys place, i. 205. 
.V. Hyld's hall, i. 519. 
Hyren Hall, i. 162, 602, i.e. Eagle, 

q.y. 

Hyrisman street, i. 364. 
Hythe— 

(i) at Hythe bridge, i. 333, 434. 

(ii) ? at Magdalen bridge, ii. 144. 

(iii) Hinksey hythe, i. 436. 
Hythe (High, Hith, Huyth, Hyde, 

Hye) bridge, i. 268, 308, 313-4, 332-4, 

345, 362, 365, 409, 432-7, 455, 616; 

ii. 6-7, 215, 228, 290, 416, 435. 
Hythe-bridge lock, i. 313. 
[Hythe Bridge Street], i. 332, 612. 
Little Hythe (High) bridge, i. 332-3, 

436, 617. 

Ieleberi mead, i. 458. 
Igge, i.e. Inge hall, q. v. 
incluse, i. 389 ; ii. 503-4. 
[Industry, House of], i. 393, 620, 
634- 

[Infirmary], see Radcliffe. 

Inge (Igge) hall, i. 88, 99, 573, 594, 

636-7, 639 ; ii. pp. vii, viii. 
Ingelry domus, ii. 280. 
innominatae aulae, see unnamed halls, 
inns, i. 651 ; ii. 540. 
Irelond (Irland) mead, i. 452,458, 462. 
Iren Hall, i! 162, i.e. Eagle, q.v. 
Irishman (Yryshmanne) street, i. 253, 

363, 364- 
Irishman's mead, i. 458. 
Irishman's pool, i. 437, 458, 466. 
Irland, see Irelond. 
Iron hall, i. 162, i. e. Eagle, q.v. 
Isidis-vadum, ' Lelandese ' for Oxford, 

ii- 3!9> 37i, &c. 
Isis river, 1 Lelandese ' for the Thames, 

i- 315-6, 3 X 9> 329, 333, 395, 39 8 , 
402-7, 433, 436, 613, 619; ii. 316, 
328, 371. 

islands, i. 655 ; ii. 541. 

Is ward terra, ii. 314. 

Ivy (Iuy, Ive) hall — 

(i) in S. Mildred's parish and lane, 
i. 120-2, 594. 

(ii) in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, in 
Castle street, i. 207. 



[Jackson's Green], i. 616. 
S. Jacobi aula, i. e. S. James', q.v. 
Jacob 's hall, aula Jacobi, i. 203, 508, 
5 l 7- 

[Jacob's Ladder], i. 416. 
Jacobite friars, ii. 329. 
jail, see prison. 

S. James' hall, aula S. Jacobi, i. 212-3, 

590, 594-5, 640; ii. p. viii. 
Janynes acres, i. 457-8. 
Jaudewyn market, i. 378. 
Jaudewyn 's (Jawdewyji's) lane, i. 132. 
S. Jeamses, i. e. S. James' hall. 
[Jenny Newton's well], i. 616. 
[Jericho], i. 613. 
Jesus college — 

— founded out of White hall, i. 4, 73 ; 
iii. 161. 

— other halls absorbed by it, i. 66-7, 
114. 

— site of, i. 72-3, 75, in, 114 ; ii. 89; 
iii. 161. 

— property of, i. 69. 

— benefactor of, iii. 164. 

— water-supply of, i. 449. 

— members of, i. 6, 422 ; iii. 164, 250-3, 
263. 

— chapel, i. 67 ; iii. 252. 

— library, i. 72. 

MSS. in, i. 56, 235, 244; ii. 42, 

59, 122, 293. 

— ball-court, i. 68, 513. 

— principal's garden, i. 67. 

— backyard, i. 75. 

— wall, i. 

— gate, i. 114. 

— bury chiefly in south aisle (' Jesus 
College aisle ') of S. Michael's North 
Gate church, iii. 164, 166, 250-3 : 
but also in their college chapel, iii. 
252. 

Jesus College lane — 

(i) = Market street, i. 71, 623. 

(ii) in i. 66, 623, said to be = Ship 
street, but this was caused by a 
blunder of Dr. Bliss ; Wood's Life 
and Times, ii. 433. 

Jesus hall, i. 184, 188. 

Jesus lane, i. 66, 623 ; the only warrant 

for the name is a blunder of Dr. Bliss, 

see supra. 
Jewry, the, Judaismus, ' Jury ' in Wood's 

usual spelling: see especially i. 652; 

ii. 540. 

— the Jewry, without distinction, i. 1 50, 
IS 2 , 154, !5 6 -7, i59-6o, 163, 200, 
602-3; ii. 52, 193, 282, 312-6, 
324, 326-7, 330, 333, 351, 357, 394, 
448, 461, 494. 

— the 'Great' Jewry, i. 148, 152, 160, 
163, 478, 603, 617-8; ii. 326. 



INDEX I. 



299 



Tewry {continued') : — 

— the 'Little' Jewry, i. 148, 152, 156, 
160, 162-3, 528, 602, 617. 

— a Jewry, in S. Aldate's parish, on 
west side of S. Aldate's street, i. 59, 
200, (?) 5 72, (?)6 3 8. 

Jewry hall, i. 162. 
Jewry (Jury) lane — 

— Jewry lane, without distinction, i. 
146, 163, 169; ii. 39. 

— 'Great' Jewry lane, i. 152,169, 617-8. 

— 'Little' Jewry lane, i. 152, 156, 617. 
Jewry school, i. (?) 157, 163, (?) 638 ; 

ii. 327. 

Jews, Oxford property of, i. 32, 59, 93, 
i5°> 1S 2 ~3> J 55> x 57> x 59> l6 9> 1 7 I > 
*77> I 95~ 6 > 200, 202-4, 306-7, 317, 
344, 509, 517, 528, 538, 628; ii. 82, 
326, 448, 461, 524; iii. 59. 

Jews, of Oxford, attempts to Christianize 
the, i. 153, 160, 529, 625; ii. 312, 
326, 334, 445, 494. 

Jews, Wood's notes about the, in Oxford, 

iii. 70. 

Jews' cemetery, i. 291, 293; ii. 520-2, 
527. 

Jews' cross, i. 441. 
Jews' ga rden , ii . 522. 
Jews' hills, Jews' mounts, i. 215-7, 268, 
625. 

Jews' schools, i. 157, 572. 

Jews' street, vicus Judaeorum, i. 148. 

Jews' synagogues, i. 157-8, 564. 

S. John of Jerusalem, knights of, see 

Hospitalers. 
S. John Baptist anchorhold, ii. 73, 503. 
S. John Baptist cemetery, ii. 527-8. 
S. John Baptist church — 

— Wood's history of, i. 177 ; ii. 71-4. 

— site of, i. 137, 174, 176, 184-5, 44 1 '> 
ii. p. vi, 71. 

— the old church of, i. 177 ; ii. 71-2. 
Lady chapel of. ii. 73. 

patronage of, ii. 71 ; iii. 87. 

rectors of, ii. 71 ; iii. 87. 

vicars of, iii. 87. 

incorporated in Merton college, ii. 

71 ; iii. 87, 97. 

— the church as rebuilt, i. 177 ; ii. 72. 

carving over the door, i. 175. 

tower of, ii. 72. 

chancel of, ii. 72-3. 

burials in the chancel, ii. 73. 

aisles of, ii. 72. 

— north aisle, i. 177 ; ii. 72. 
burials in, i. 251; ii. 72, 74. 

— south aisle, ii. 72, 74. 
burials in, ii. 74. 

— monuments and inscriptions in, ii. 
73-4- 

— marriages in, iii. 237. 



S. John Baptist church {cont.) : — 

— chantries in, i. 537, 565 ; ii. 73. 

— mass in, ii. 72. 

— lights in, i. 538. 

— property of, i. 568-9. 

— chaplains of, ii. 71. 

— parish of, i. 103, 127, 137, 179-90, 
246, 407, 522, 536, 538, 568-9, 619, 
624, 636-8; ii. 60, 71-3, 104, 178; 
iii. 65-6, 200. 

— tenths of the parish, ii. 58. 
S. John Baptist college — 

— founder of, i. 352; ii. 5, 262, 310; 
iii. 29, 142, 211. 

— founder's kin in, iii. T42, 211. 

— placed in the buildings of S. Bernard's 
college, i. 358; ii. 308, 310. 

chapel of, ii. 309-10; iii. 223, 225. 

— library, i. 359 ; ii. 431, 445. 

— buildings of, i. 620 ; new buildings 
of, i- 357- 

— terrace of, i. 628. 

— headship of, i. 7. 

— members of, i. 393 ; ii. 5, 488 ; iii, 
137, 142, 152, 188, 207, 211, 216-8, 
223-8, 237, 260, 262-3. 

— bury partly in S. Mary Magd. church, 
iii. 142, 223-8 ; partly in S. Giles, 
iii. 217-8 ; partly in their own chapel, 
iii. 225-6. 

— obligation to preach University Lent 
sermons, ii. 308. 

— acquire Gloucester college, ii. 5, 262. 

— acquire Walton manor, i. 347, 352, 
394, 439- 

— manorial rights in S. Giles, i. 339, 

347, 35 2 , 62 7- 

— Oxford property of, i. 150, 627 ; ii. 

431, 445- 

S. John Baptist entry, ii. 526 ; iii. 300. 
S. John Baptist fraternity or gild, i. 314; 
ii. 504. 

S. John Baptist hall, in S. John Baptist 
parish and street, i. 185, 569, 594, 
606, 633 ; ii. p. viii. 

S. John Baptist hospital — 

— Wood's history of, i. 16 ; ii. 519-29. 

— Twyne's notice of, iii. 197. 

— site of, i. 291 ; ii. p. vi, 519-20, 522, 
526. 

— foundation of, i. 409; ii. 295, 519, 
522, 527-8, 533. 

— benefactors of, ii. 524-5, 528, 533. 

— endowments of, ii. 520, 522, 524-7, 
533- 

— privileges of, ii. 524, 528. 

— right of sanctuary, i. 82. 

— documents of, i. 637 : Wood's Life 
and Times, iv. 106. 

cartulary of, i. 97, 106, 128-9, 

131 ; ii. 40, 482, 519, 528, 533. 



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INDEX 1. 



S. John Baptist hospital (cant.) : — 

— documents of, rent-rolls, i. 80, 96. 
in Wood's possession, i. 317 ; ii. 528. 

— statutes of, ii. 528. 

— members of, ii. 528. 

— masters of, i. 582 ; ii. 104, 455, 509, 
525-6, 528-9; iii. 102. 

— buildings of, ii. 526. 

chapel, ii. 526. 

chantries in, ii. 526. 

light in, ii. 528. 

chambers, ii. 526. 

infirmary, ii. 528. 

kitchen, ii. 526. 

outhouses, ii. 526. 

charnery, ii. 528. 

cemetery or churchyard, i. 291 ; 

ii. 527-8. 
wall of, ii. 527. 

— garden, i. 380 ; ii. 528. 

— grange, i. 293. 

— cross at, i. 291, 440. 

— suppressed to foundMagdalen college, 
i. 244, 291, 295, 409; ii. 519, 527-8. 

— Oxford property of — 

in All Saints' parish, i. 80-1, 120, 

123, 126, 148, 480, 494, 523, 565. 
in S. Aldate's parish, i. 154, 521, 

566 ; ii. 494, 524. 

in S. Budoc's parish, ii. 46, 524. 

in S. Clement's parish, i. 293-4, 

463, 467, 618 ; ii. 101, 484, 524-5. 
in S. Ebbe's parish, i. 206-7, 20 9, 

212-3. 

• in Headington parish, i. 400. 

in Holywell parish, i. 384, 388, 

401, 437, 466. 
■ in S. John Baptist parish, i. 179, 

181-3, 187, 189, 510, 569 ; ii. 524. 

in S. Martin's parish, i. 490 ; ii.524. 

in S. Mary Magdalen parish, i. 

361, 373-4, 528-9; ii. 524. 
in S. Mary's parish, i. 88, 94, 

97-9, 138, 219, 516; ii. 26, 524; iii. 65. 
in S. Michael's North Gate parish, 

i- 5 r 3- 

in S. Michael's South Gate parish, 

i. 3oi, 3° 3-4- 
in S. Mildred's parish, i. 1 1 7, 1 19, 

122, 527; ii. 520. 
in S. Peter's in the East parish, 

i. 99-101, 104, 106-8, 128-32, 190-2, 

5*5. 5 2 4, 526-7, 579, 581-3; 5 2 4- 
in S. Thomas' parish, i. 317; ii. 

504. 

in unnamed parish, i. 96, 517,520. 

S. John Baptist street, commonly called 
S. John's street, vicus S. Johannis, i £ 4, 
127-9, J 32, 138, 174-85, 187-8, 191, 
245-7, 509, 5 T 5, 5i8, 527, 538, 569, 
624, 635, 637; ii. 71, 282, 524. 



S. John Evangelist street, i. 175. 

S. John's college, i. e. S. John Baptist 

college, iii. 299. 
S. John's entry — 

(i) in S. Aldate's parish, i. 566. 

(ii) in S. Mary's parish, in Cat 
street, i. 94-5, 594, 637, 641 ; (S. John 
Baptist's entry), ii. 526. 

S. John's hall — 

(i) in S. John Baptist parish and 
street, i. e. S. John Bapt. hall, iii. 299. 

(ii) in S. Aldate's parish, in Beef 
lane, i. 507, 566, 594 ; ii. p. viii. 

S. Johns house, domus S. Johannis, i. 

181, 190, 566, i.e. S. John Baptist 

hospital, q.v. 
S. John's schools, i. 80, 94, 572, 638. 
S. John's street — 

(i) = S. John Baptist street, q.v. 

(ii) = New College street, i. 109. 
Jones's street, i. 174. 

Joppe domus, i. 574. 
Judaeorum, see Jews. 
Judaismus, see Jewry. 
Judges' house — 

(i) old, in High street, i. 1 50. 

(ii) modern, in S. Giles' street, i. 
150. 

Jury, see Jewry. 
Jussell domus, i. 87, 122. 
Jussell school, i. 573. 
Juvine hall, i. 172. 

Karol hall— 

(i) in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, i. 
206-7. 

(ii) in S. Frideswyde's parish, i. 
167. 

Karvar's hall, i. 167. 

Kary, i. 76, 507, i. e. Cary hall, q.v. 

Kate, i. e. Cat street, q. v. 

Katherine, see Catherine. 

Katte, i. e. Cat street, q. v. 

Kebald, i. e. Kibald street, q. v. 

[Keble Road], i. 356. 

Keeble hall, i. 188. 

Keepharme, i. e. Kepeharme, q. v. 

Kemp's hall, i. 149-50. 

Kent's hall, i. 150. 

Kepeharme court, i. 200. 

Kepeharme domus, i. 154, 162. 

Kepeharme hall — 

(i) in S. Aldate's parish, i. 200; 
iii. 58. 

(ii) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High street, i. 129-30, 635. 

Kepeharme's lane, or twychen, i. 198- 
200, 202, 205, 478, 486, 576, 617; 

ii- 39, J 73; iii- 58. 
Kepeharme tenementum, i. 174, 200. 
Keresey's place, i. 528. 



INDEX I. 



301 



Kettell (Kettle) hall, i. 373-4 i 265 > 

iii. 222, 22S. 
Kibaldhall, i. 18S. 

Kibald street, i. 132, 138, 183, 186-92, 
509. 5*7, 5 6 9, 635-6; ii. 524; iii. 61. 

Kibald-street gates, i. 1 88. 

KibalcTs twychen, Kibaldi bivium, i. 
187. 

Kilverd, i. 1 13, i. e. Culverd hall, q. v. 
i King street], i. 174, 180. 
King, i.e. King's street, q. v. 
King Donny's fort, i. 144, 476. 
[King Edward Street], i. 144, 476. 
King Henry V's projected college, i. 

215, 276 ; ii. 185, 229. 
King Henry VIII's college, iii. 280. 
King's Arms inn, i. 392 (' Head/ in 

error) ; iii. 190. 
King's chapel, ii. 44 ; query, in the 

Castle or in Beaumont palace ? 
King's college — 

(i) i. e. Oriel college, q. v. 

(ii) i. e. Christ Church, iii. 100. 
King's college of Brasenose, i. 85, 88. 
King's hall, Regis aula, Regia aula — 

(i) i. 273, 275; in the Castle, iii. 
278. 

(ii) i. e. Beaumont palace, i. 343, 
348, 355-6, 360, 362, 636 ; ii. 422-3, 
445- 

(iii) i. 343, i.e. Oriel college, q. v. 

(iv) King's hall of Brasenose, i. 85. 
King's head inn — 

(i) in S. Martin's parish, in Corn- 
market street, i. 222-5 5 2 5, I 7 I , 
231, 262. 

(ii) in Holywell street, i. 392 : see 
King's Arms, supra. 

King's house, or houses — 

(i) in the Castle, i. 267, 273, 276. 

(iv) i. 435 = Beaumont palace, q. v. 
King's mead, i. 273, 334, 404, 429, 

458, 620; ii. 6, 215, 506. 
King's mill, or mills — 

(i) i.e. the Castle mills, q. v., i. 

273, 333, 458. 

(ii) on the Cherwell, i. 378, 400, 
408, 437, 466; ii. 522. 

King's palace — 

(i) at Headington, iii. 296. 

(ii) i. e. Beaumont palace, q. v., i. 
339, 348, 363; 248, 419, 435-6, 
445- 

King's place, i. 332. 

King's street, i. 251, 308 ; ii. 328 ; i.e. 

Brewers street, q. v. 
King's swarth, i, e. Kingswarth, infra. 
Kingslaw river, i. 400, 466. 
Kingstock, i. 319. 
[Kingston Road], i. 354. 
Kingston tenementum, i, 160. 



Kingswarth, i. 576-7. 
Kingswarth ford, i. 576. 
Kirkby domus, i. 100. 
Kiver hall, i. 355, 375. 
Knap hall, i. 150-2, 478; ii. 85, 188; 
iii. 15. 

Knight hall, aula Militis, i. 4-5, 182-3, 
636-7. 

Knights Hospitalers, see Hospitalers. 
Knights Templars, see Templars. 
Krek hall, i. 168. 
Krop, i. e. Grope lane, q. v. 
Kybald, i. e. Kibald, q. v. 

Lackford hall, i. 180. 
Laddred hall, i. 190. 
Lady, or Our Lady's — 

— chapel (at Smith Gate), i. 243, 259- 
60, 625 ; ii. p. vi. 

— hall, i. 568, i. e. house, ut infra. 

— hole, i. 353-4, 459- 

— house, i. 87, 95, 568 ('Lady Hall '). 

— in-the-wall chapel, i. 295, 412-4; 
ii. p. vi, 500-2. 

[Lake street, New Hinksey], i. 416. 
Lambard, or Lambard' s land, i. 306, 

308, 481, i. e. Lumbard's land, q. v. 
Lambard s lay, i. 306. 
Lambert's land, i. 126, i.e. Lumbard's 

land, q. v. 
Lampstale hall, i. 507. 
lanes, i. 652 ; ii. 540. 
Langford mill, i. 406, 408. 
Langney, i. 319-20, 322, 343, 458-9, 

464 ; ii. 190. 
Lapidia aula, i. 507-8. 
Lassarium, i. 299. 

Lasse bridge, i. 434 : see also references 

under ' Small bridge.' 
Lata aula, i. 81, i. e. Broadgates hall, q. v. 
Latarwn portarum, Lateportensis aula, 

i. e. Broadgates, q. v. 

Laurence, or S. Laurence, hall, i. 64, 
66-8, 587, 591, 594-5, 597-9, 640 ; 

ii. p. vi, 89. 
Laurence-hall lane, i. 66. 
le Lavendrie, i. 113. 

Law schools, i. 139, 572 ; iii. 65 : see 

Civil, and Canon. 
Lawrence, see Laurence. 
Lead hall, i. 622. 
Leadenporch, Ledynporch, hall — 

(i) in S. Edward's parish, i. 141, 
535. 539, 595-6 ; ii. p. viii. 

(ii) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, in Ship street, i. 66, 68. 

(iii) in S. Mildred's parish, in 
Exeter lane, i. 112. 

Leberd hall, i. 168-9. 
Ledcomb domus, i. 296. 
Lederd hyde, i. 282. 



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INDEX 1. 



J edynporeh, i. e. Lcadcnporch, q. v. 
Ichuyme, i. 50S, 519. 
J. eon is, Lconum, aula, i.e. Lion hall, 
q. v. 

Leports, Lepo/iua, aula, i.e. Hare hall, 

Levint aula, i. 114, 507, 520: see 
Li vini. 

Leylonde hall, i. 165, 297. 

[Leys, Little, Second, Third], i. map ii. 

Libert hall, i. 168. 

library, University, in S. Mary's, ii. 21, 

23, 29-30. 
libraries, i. 654 ; ii. 541. 
Lincha, ii. 191. 
Linches, the, i. 336. 
Lincoln college — 

— erected out of three Oxford churches, 

ii. 87, 95, 107 ; iii. 105. 

— founder and foundation of, i. 122, 
124; ii. 87, 95, 107; iii. 105. 

— second founder, i. 67. 

— benefactors, i. 126 ; ii. 95, 112, 381 ; 

iii. 148. 

— visitor of, ii. 3 ; iii. 105. 

— studies of, i. 638. 

— members of, i. 14, 67, 114, 124, 
292; ii. 9, 11, 112, 514; iii. 104-5, 

145-7, J 49> 157. l6l > l68 » J 79> 2 °5> 
21 1-4, 233, 250-2, 262. 

— ' corrector ' of, iii. 105. 

— 'chaplain' of, iii. 212. 

— site of, i. 114, 118-24; P- v *> 
94-5- 

— coats of arms in, iii. 158. 

— chapel of — 

(i) (?) S. Mildred's church, ii. 95. 

(ii) (?) All Saints' church, ii. 95. 

(iii) the old chapel (the present 
library), ii. 95. 

(iv) the present chapel, i. 80, 119; 
iii. 105 : marriages in, iii. 210. 

— obits of, ii. 112 ; iii. 161. 

— hall, ii. 94. 

— library, MSS. in, i. 463 ; ii. 381, 
403, 408. 

— kitchen, ii. 94. 

— inner, new, or Chapel, quadrangle, 
i. 122-4. 

— garden — 

(i) the oldest garden, on the west 
side of the present ' Grove,' i. 1 20, 
123; ii. 94. 

(ii) on the site of the present 
market, i. 80. 

(iii) the present garden, i. 80. 

(iv) the cook's garden, ii. 94. 

— the Grove, ii. 94. 

— gate, i. 121, 124. 

— water-supply, i. 449. 

— well, i. 439. 



Lincoln college {continued) : — 

— documents of, i. 79> I2 o, 123-4, 
126, 491 ; ii. 112 ; iii. 2, 148 : Wood's 
Life and Times, iv. 160. 

— interest in S. Anne's chantry in All 
Saints' church, ii. 108-9 ; iii. 74. 

— Oxford property of, i. 66-8, 80, 91, 
126, 147-8, 209, 638 ; iii. 147, 161. 

— incidental mention of, i. 71, in, 
114, 117, 119-20, 122, 124, 523, 
577, 640 ; iii. 147-8. 

— in 1644, strangers are found lodged 
in college, iii. 252. 

— buries, for the most part, in a chancel 
in All Saints' church, called ' the Col- 
lege chancel,' iii. 146-9, 157, 211-4, 
262 ; but, occasionally, also in 
a chancel in S. Michael's North 
Gate church, also called ' the College 
chancel,' iii. 161, 250-2. 

Lincoln college lane, i. 114. 

Lincoln court, i. 209, 638 = houses 

belonging to Lincoln College in S. 

Ebbe's parish. 
Linges (Lynge) mead, i. 459. 
Lion, hall, aula Leonis or Leonum : see 

also Cob hall. 

(i) i. 136-7, 186, 569, 573, 595, 
605, 639, 641. 

(ii) i. 136-7, 186, 569, 573, 641. 
Lion inn, i. 202. 

Liswis lane, i. 72, 75- 

Little : for halls, lanes, &c, with this 

distinction, see under the name. 
Little bridge, see Parvus pons. 
Little Bruerne, ii. 172. 
[Little Clarendon street], i. 356, 365, 

37°- 

Little gate, Little South gate, called 
also Water gate, q. v. 

— its place and structure, i. 63, 251-2, 
258, 425, 528. 

— mentioned as a landmark for streets, 
&c, in the town, i. 206, 211, 213, 
308-9, 518; ii. 52. 

— mentioned as a landmark for lands, 
&c, in the suburb, i. 62, 209, 307-8, 
310, 432; ii. 315, 328. 

Little-gate ford, i. 251. 

[Littlegate House], i. 616. 

[Littlegate Street], i. 308. 

Little market, i. 496. 

Little Merton {Martin) hall, i. 4, 184-5, 

569, 589, 595; ii. p. viii : see also 

Postmasters hall. 
[Little piece], i. map. ii. 
Littlemore hall, i. 298, 300-3. 
Littlemore nunnery, Oxford property of, 

i. 90, 132, 178, 221, 301, 343, 371, 

45 1 * 459. 462-3, 49 1 . 523, 5 66 > 579 5 

ii. 419, 436. 



INDEX I. 



T.ittlemore schools, i. 90, 572, 574. 
Livini aula, i. 360 : see Levini. 
Lock bridge, i. 333. 

locks, i. 315, 333-4» 4 2 9~3*> 45 1 " 2 , 
• 456-7, 467-?> 6l2 > 6 54 5 ii- 215, 228, 

302, 507 ; iii. 262-3. 
Lodclow. i. e. Ludlow hall, q. v. 
[Loggerhead], i. 612. 
Logic lane, i. 132, 181, 576. 
Lok, i. 467. 
Lollye's place, i. 300. 
Lomb hall, i. 179-80, 569. 
London college, i. 158, 160, 638, 641 ; 

ii. pp. vi, viii, 88: see also Burnell's 

inn. 

London (Londonyssche) street, i. 287. 

Long eyt, i. 458. 

[Long hill], i. map ii. 

Long land, ii. 507. 

[Long meadow], i. map ii. 

Long row, ii. 471. 

longus pons, i. 318, 452. 

[Longwall Street], i. 387, 439. 

Lormery, lorinery, i. 71, 489, 497. 

[Lower mead], i. map ii. 

Ludlow (Lodlow) hall — 

(i) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High street, i. 119, 133-4, 508, 561. 

(ii) in S. Mary's parish, in High 
street, i. 145, 507, 517, 520. 

(iii) in All Saints' parish, in High 
street, i. 508, 520. 

Lumbard domus, or hall, i. 535, £38 ; 
i ii. 142. 

Lumbard's (Lambard, or Lambert's) 

land, i. 126, 306, 308, 481, 628. 

This was the place where now are 

S. Aldate's parochial schools. 
Lumbard lane, i. 62, 307, 310, 398, 

404-5, 481, 628; ii. 316: see also 

Slaying lane. 
Luttel see Little. 
Luttelmore, see Littlemore. 
Lyon, i. e. Lion, q. v. 
Lynge, i. e. Linges, q. v. 

! Macecaria. i. 480, 490. 
Macellum, i. 480, 482, 490. 
Magdalen {Maudlin) bridge, i. 291, 

410, 414, 468, 609-11, 620; iii. 

197 ; i. e. East bridge, q. v. 
Magdalen bridge ford, i. 46. 
Magdalen, S. Mary Magdalene 

church — 

— Wood's history of, i. 17 ; ii. 2, 74- 
80. 

— site of, i. 164, 355, 358, 627 ; ii. 
p. vi, 74. 

— made a vicarage, iii. 90-1. 

' — patronage of, ii. 75-7, 86, 181, 186, 
191, 423 ; iii. 91-2. 



S. Mary Magdalene eh. {cont.) : — 

— the chancels of, iii. 223, 226-7 — 

(i) ' the minister's chancel,' iii. 
137-9, T 4i> T 44, 227-8. 

(ii) 'the parish chancel,' iii. 141, 
227-8. 

— ' the founder's choir,' iii. 226 : query 
whether == the minister's chancel. 

— the nave (or body) of, iii. 227-8 — 

(i) 'the north body,' iii. 142, 144, 
227-8. 

(ii) 'the south body,' iii. 139, 144, 
227. 

— aisles of, i. 165 : ' north aisle,' iii. 
143-4, 227. 

— chapels of, ii. 77-80, 304. 

■ — chantries in, ii. 77-9, 421 ; iii. 143. 

— obits in, ii. 79 ; iii. 143. 

— altars in, ii. 78 ; iii. 138. 

— images in, ii. 78, 80, 341. 

— lights in, ii. 78. 

— minister's seat, iii. 224. 

— tower, i. 620. 

— vestry of, iii. 144. 

— vicar's house (vicaria), i. 358-9, 
640. 

— old glass in, iii. 137. 

— baptisms in, iii. 222-4. 

— marriages in, iii. 223. 

— burials in, ii. 78, 80 ; iii. 34, 137-43, 
145, 216, 223-8, 261-2. 

— churchyards of, i. 264, 358, 450, 
627; ii. 78; iii. 144, 226-7; <tue 
south churchyard,' iii. 143, 228. 

— monuments and inscriptions in, ii. 
80; iii. 109, 137-45. 

— duty of Balliol college to, ii. 79. 

— benefactors to, i. 374-5 ; ii. 78-9 ; 
iii. 140. 

— documents of, ii. 341 ; iii. 140. 

— registers of, iii. 222-3, 225. 

— property of, i. 361, 373-5 ; ii. 78-9, 
421, 431 ; iii. 141. 

— vicars of, i. 359, 361 ; ii. 76, 80. 

423, 438-9; "I- 76, 9 1 " 2 , 99, I4 l - 
223. 

— incidental mention of, as a landmark, 
i. 249, 341, 359-60, 363, 371, 487, 
617; ii. 431,438, 444- 

— parish of, i. 126, 164, 264, 339, 342, 
35 1 * 356, 358-67, 371-2, 374-5, 453, 
471, 482, 508, 518. 521, 528-9, 617, 
636, 638; ii. 66, 78, ic6, 156-7, 178, 
189, 248, 261, 264, 270, 306, 309, 
423-4> 437> 488, 524; iii- 27, 62, 
132, 140-1, 218, 222, 224: there 
seems to have been a dispute with 
S. Thomas' parish as to which parish 
had a right to bury Gloucester hall, 
iii. 259-62. 

— common of the parish, i. 363. 



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INDEX 1. 



S. Mary Magdalene ch. (cont.) : — 

— boundary stones of the parish, i. 364. 

— cross in this parish, i. 341, 440, 482. 
Magdalen college, S. Mary Magdalen 

college, Maudlyn college — 

— founder of, i. 130. 

— founded out of S. John Baptist hos- 
pital, i. 244, 291, 295, 409; ii. 519, 
527-8. 

— benefactor of, iii. 182. 

— site of, i. 291, 410; ii. 519. 

— buildings of, i. 620, 629; ii. 526. 
library, MSS. in, i. 56, 234, 288, 

368 ; ii. 533. 

kitchen, ii. 526. 

cloister, i. 396. 

chapel, iii. 182. 

burials in, iii. 219, 262. 

chantry or obit in, iii. 182. 

quadrangle, i. 396, 575. _ 

S. Swithin's quadrangle, i. 575. 

— — chaplains' quadrangle, ii. 526. 

Divinity Reader's lodgings, ii. 526. 

Wolsey's tower, i. 396, 620 ; ii. 

472, 526. 

stables, i. 618 ; ii. 526. 

outhouses, ii. 526. 

— gateway, i. 629. 

— water-supply of, i. 449. 

— the great oak, i. 618. 

— the grove, or park, i. 261, 380, 383, 
387, 400, 496. 

— the wall of, i. 387. 

— called 'Magdalen hall/ ii. 528. 

— studies of, i. 638. 

— members of, i. 359, 531, 534, 544~5> 

637; IQ > x 79, 2 45, 304; iii- *77» 
179, 181-2, 191, 214, 240, 254, 256-7, 
261-2. 

— May-day observances, ii. 514-5. 

— steward of, i. 637 ; ii. 245. 

— organist of, ii. 304. 

— manciple of, iii. 28. 

— Oxford property of, i. 80-1, 83, 88, 

I3O, I38, 147, l82, I98, 212-3, 2 9 I ~ 2 5 

294, 301, 400-1, 457, 494, 511, 565, 
575, 617, 629; ii. 504: see also the 
references under property of S. John 
Baptist hospital. 

— documents of, i. 68 ; iii. 30, 181 : 
Wood's Life and Times, iv. 161. 

— Wood's Catalogue of Presidents of, 
an untraced MS., i. 198, 226. 

Magdalen college meadow, i. 467. 
Magdalen college school, i. 20, 575, 
621. 

Magdalen coppice, ii. 522. 
Magdalen hall, S. Mary Magdalen 
hall— 

(i) used for ' Magdalen college,' at 
its foundation, ii. 528. 



Magdalen hall {continued) : — 

(ii) in S. Peters East parish, west of 
Magdalen college, i. 4, 291, 294-5, 
449, 575. 5 8 8, 605; iii. 176-7, 179, 
183-5, 2IO > 2I 9> 2 4 I » 255-8 : re- 
moved to the site of Hart hall in 
1820, i. 90. 

(iii) in S. Mary Magdalen parish 
and street, i. 355, 358, 595, 640. 

Magdalen {S. Mary Magdalen) house, i. 
359- 

[Magdalen street], i. 126, 358, 360, 

362-3, 371. 627 ; ii. 444. 
magnus pons — 

(i) = Grandpont, i. 420, 435 ; ii. 
169. 

(ii) ? - Hythe bridge, i. 434-5. 
magnus vicus — 

(i) = High street, i. 100. 

(ii) = Cornmarket street, i. 61 ; 
?ii. 190. 

Magpie inn, i. 623. 
[Magpie lane], i. 623. 
Maiden chamber, i. 255. 
Maiden hall, aula Puellaris — 

(i) in S. Edward's parish, in Bear 
lane, i. 147, 173. 

(ii) in S. Peter's East parish, i. 
106-9, 5 2 9> 5 8 °-5> 641; ii. 157: 
wrongly regarded as two halls by 
Wood, i. 107, 580. 

Maidenhead inn, i. 126. 
Maidston tenementum, i. 476. 
Malger hall, i. 77 ; ii. 81 ; i. e. Mauger, 
q. v. 

Malmesbury abbey, Oxford house of, i. 

366; ii. 248. 
malthouses, i. 208 ; ii. 45. 
Manger hall, i. 77. 
manors, i. 654; ii. 541. 
marcecaria, i. 497. 

Marcell domus, or hall, i. 109, 508, 

520, 636. 
Mare hall, i. 508. 
Mare lane, i. 297, 304. 
Marey's (Marey, Mary) hall, i. 355, 

37 2 - 

Margaret, or S. Margaret's, hall — 

(i) in S. Giles' parish, i. 355, 357. 

(ii) in S. Michael's South Gate 
parish, in Grandpont, i. 303, 636. 

(iii) in S. Mary Magdalen parish, 

i- 355> 37 2 - 
[S. Margaret's road], i. 345. 
S. Margaret's well, iii. 271. 
Mariole, see Maryol. 
Market, i. 17, 38, 61, 75, 78, 80-1, 150, 

33Q-I, 341-2, 378, 468-98, 500, 505, 

617-8, 621, 630-2, 654 ; ii. pp. viii, 

xi, 154, 244, 511 ; iii. 28. 
[Market street], i. 71-2, 75. 



INDEX I. 



Maror hall, i. 520. 

Marshall's inn, i. 225, 520. 

Marsh-end field, sec atte-merschende. 

("Marsh Furlong], i. map ii. 

Marston, see Merston. 

[Marston lane], i. 629. 

Martell hall, i. 520. 

Little Martin hall, iii. 302. 

S. Martin's church, Carfax Church — 

— Wood's history of, i. 220, 225 ; ii. 2, 
80-6. 

— dedication of, ii. 80. 

— site of, i. 221 ; ii. p. vi, 74, 80. 

— legendary history, ii. 34, 80-3, 103. 

— patronage of, ii. 80-3 ; iii. 87-8. 

— chancel, iii. 166-8, 170. 

— 'the Church chancel,' iii. 234. 

— aisle north of chancel, iii. 168. 

— aisle south of chancel, iii. 170. 

— nave, or body, ii. 84; iii. 168. 

— aisle north of nave, ii. 84; iii. 172 : 
called S. Thomas' chapel, ii. 84 ; iii. 
163. 

— south aisle, ii. 84. 

— chapels in, ii. 83-4; iii. 89, 163 
(< S. Thomas '). 

— chantries, i. 153-4, 156, 221, 223, 
385 ; ii. 83-4, 86, 108, 496; iii. 88-9. 

— anniversaries, ii. 85. 

— obits, ii. 85. 

— Lincoln College sermon in, ii. 109. 

— gild in, ii. 84. 

— altars in, ii. 84; iii. 89, 166. 

— stained glass in, ii. 84; iii. 169-71.' 

— monuments and inscriptions in, i. 
221 ; ii. 86; iii. 109, 166-73. 

— baptisms' in, iii. 228-9. 

— marriages in, iii. 163, 229. 

— burials in, ii. 56, 85 ; iii. 31, 33, 36, 
166-73, 185. 229-34, 250, 262-3, 

— tower of, i. 619; ii. 86. 

— incidental mention of church as a 
landmark, i. 59, 63, 214, 220,477-8, 
482, 487, 490-1. 

— churchyard of — 

' portmanmote' in, i. 116, 203, 

22 °> 5°9, 5 12 ; in - 5 8 - 

encroachments on, i. 63, 220-2, 

225, 487. 

— 'Penniless bench' at, i. 63, 221, 
477 ; ii. 86. 

— clergy of, i. 153; ii. 496; iii. 87-8, 
94, 99, 166, 231, 234, 250. 

— chantry clergy of. iii. 89. 

— benefactors to, ii. 83-6. 

— documents of, ii. 86 : Wood's Life 
and Times, iv. 115. 

— registers of, iii. 36, 163, 222, 228, 
250. 

— parish of, i. 60-1, 70, 76-7, 79, 127, 
I 5 I "4, i57> 2 °2-4, 220-5, 4 8 °- 8 > 
VOL. III. 



S. Martin's church (continued} : — 
49°-5> 5o7, 509, 5!9, 523, 638; ii. 
11, 81-2, 103, 109-10, 178, 524; iii. 
33-4» 65, 67, 171, 229, 231, 238, 260, 
262. 

Mai-tin, or S. Martins, hall, i. 185, 

569; ii. p. viii. 
Little Martin hall, iii. 302. 
[Martyrs' Memorial], i. 450, 634. 
S. Mary Magdalen, church, college, 

hall : see supra under Magdalen. 
S. Mary the Virgin chapel (at Smith 

gate), i. 243, 259-60. 
S. Mary the Virgin church, S. 

Mary's — 

— Wood's history of, i. 17; ii. 1-2, 
14-33- 

— site of, i. 92, 619 ; ii. p. vi. 

— legendary history of, i. 14. 

— dedication of, ii. 16. [Wood has mis- 
read the original : Reg. Univ. A {see 
W T ood's Life and Times, iv. 127) says 
the dedication-day is ' VI Kal. Aug.,' 

i. e. 27 July]. 

— patronage of — 

as a rectory, ii. 15-6 ; iii. 89. 

as a vicarage, ii. 16 ; iii. 90. 

— rectors of, ii. 15-7, 26; iii. 89, 114. 

— priests of, ii. 16, 22, 24. 

— vicars or ' curates ' of, ii. 16, 24 ; iii. 
90, 99, 125, 235, 246. 

— parish- clerk of, ii. 24. 

— organist of, ii. 20. 

— chaplain of the University in, ii. 21, 
23-5- 

— destruction of the original church, 

ii. 17, 20, 23. 

chapels in, ii. 20-3. 

— building of the present fabric, i. 535 ; 

ii. 17-20, 23. 

— building of the present chancel, ii. 
19. 

— pinnacles of the church, ii. 18. 

— work on the steeple, ii. 33. 

— building of the porch, ii. 32-3. 

— extensive changes in the church in 
1676, ii. 32 ; iii. 126. 

— paving of east end of chancel, 1682, 

iii. 122. 

— clock at, ii. 31-2. 

— clock-house of, ii. 32. 

— dial in churchyard, ii. 32. 

— pulpit of, ii. 19 ; iii. 124. 

— organs of, ii. 19-20. 

— rood-loft of, ii. 19. 

— the ' sepulchre ' in, ii. 28. 

— bells of, ii. 19 ; iii. 238. 

— stained glass in, ii. 19, 32 ; iii. 125. 

— arms carved in stone in, ii. 18-9. 

— monuments and inscriptions in, i. 
381; ii. 20-1, 31-2; iii. 109-26. 



306 



INDEX I. 



S. Mary the Virgin ch. (con/.) : — 

— theft of brasses from, circ. 1610, iii. 
125. 

— chancel, i. 93 ; ii. 19, 28, 30-1 ; iii. 
1 10-5, 126. 

— ■ — high altar of, iii. no, 112, 122. 

— nave, or body, ii. 31, 33-4, 39; iii. 
115-8,124. 

— north aisle, iii. 1 18-21. 

— south aisle, iii. 121-4. 

— north door, iii. 120. 

— upper south door, iii. 122. 

— lower south door, iii. 124. 

— gallery, iii. 120. 

— chapels in, i. 92, 486; ii. 20-3, 

29- 30. 

— chantries in, i. 85, 87, 92, 173, 
580-1 ; ii. 20-7; iii. 119. 

— anniversaries in, ii. 20, 23, 26, 27. 

— obits in, i. 92 ; ii. 20, 23, 26. 

— gilds in, ii. 22-3. 

— masses in, ii. 21-3, 25-6, 28. 

— images in, i. 95. 

— lights in, i. 95, 486 ; ii. 26, 28. 

— altars in, i. 95-6; ii. 21-4, 27-8; 
iii. 116, 1 18-9. 

■ — relics in, ii. 517. 

— doles in, ii. 27. 

— the church is appropriated to Oriel 
college, ii. 16-7, 22, 29, 517. 

— the church is used as the church of 
the University of Oxford, i. 74 ; ii. 
1-2, 14, 21. 

for services, ii. 20, 25. 

special service on S. Scholastica's 

day, ii. 105 ; iii. 38. 
for University meetings, i. 74 ; ii. 

30- 1. 

for receiving the Mayor's oath, 

iii. 36. 

for degree exercises, ii. 17, 31? 

334> 45 T > 466. 

for the Act, ii. 19. 

for storing the archives of the 

University, ii. 30. 
for chaining books, ii. 31. 

— the University repairs the church, 
ii. 17. 

— benefactors to the church, ii. 17-9, 
21-3, 26-8. 

— baptisms in, iii. 235-6. 

— marriages in, iii. 236-7. 

— burials in, iii. 212, 224, 229, 237-48, 
255, 260, 262-3. 

in the chancel ('choir'), iii. n 0-5, 

126, 238, 242. 
in the Lady chapel, ii. 21; iii. 

124-5,246. 
in the nave ('body'), ii. 33-4, 39, 

1 15-8, 126. 
in the north aisle, iii. n 8-21. 



S. Mary the Virgin ch. (cont.) : — 

— burials in: in the south aisle, iii. 121-4. 
in the churchyard, i. 362; iii. 

126-7, 2 3 8 , 241-2, 245. 

— incidental mention of, ii. 13, 49, 74, 
24374- 

— incidental mention of, as a landmark, 

i. 57> 82-5, 9 T ~3, 135, i37- 8 > 185, 
476, 482-3, 518, 528; ii. 15. 

— particular buildings added to the 
church — 

S. Mary's chapel, Lady chapel, 

Adam de Brome's chapel, ii. 20-1, 
27, 30, 121, 124-5, 246' 

old or lower Congregation house, 

ii. 21, 28-31. 

the old library, Cobham's library, 

upper Congregation house, ii. 21, 
23-4, 29-31 ; iii. 118. 

coats of arms in, ii. 29-30. 

inscriptions in, ii. 31. 

steeple, ii. 33; iii. 119. 

— churchyard of — 

wall of, i. 99. 

dial in, ii. 32. 

encroachments on, i. 83. 

burials in, i. 362 ; iii. 126-7, 238, 

241-2, 245. 

inscriptions in, ii. 32. 

' stanulta ' of, i. 99. 

— documents of, i. 86-7, 135; ii. 22: 
Wood's Life and Times, iv. 116. — 
Register of, iii. 235, 237, 241, 256. 

— property of, i. 85, 87, 95, 98, 135, 
I3 8 , 144, I73> l8 6, 567; ii. 14, 16, 
21-3, 26. 

— parish of, i. 60, 81, 87-8, 90, 92, 



95- 



I 33~4> !37> !39-4°> 



142-3, 146, 186-9, 219, 4 8c> > 4 82 > 
487, 49 2 , 5°7~8, 5 T 5-8, 5 22 > 5 26 > 
5 28 ~9> 539, 5 6 5, 57 0 " 1 . 573, £ 2 4, 
635-8; ii. 23, 52, 93, 109, 178, 188; 
iii. 36, 60, 62, 65, 118, 123, 217, 
240-1. 

S. Mary the Virgin college, i. 145, i.e. 
Oriel, q. v. 

S. Mary the Virgin hall, i. 4, 143-4, 
186, 231, 493, 512, 589, 603, 622, 
639 ; ii. p. vii, 243 ; iii. 29, 113, 115, 

2 39-43, 2 47- 
S. Mary's church — 

(i) S. Mary Magdalen church, 
iii. 303. 

(ii) S. Mary the Virgin church, 
iii. 305. 

S. Mary's college — 

(i) S. Mary's college, the house of 
the Augustinians, ii. 242, as infra. 

(ii) S. Mary's college, i. 580; iii. 
234 : S. Mary Winton college, i. 230, 
582, i. e. New College, q.v. 



INDEX I. 



S. Mary's college (continued) : — 

(iii) S. Mary's (the Virgin) college, 

i. 145; iii. 90, 106, i.e. Oriel col- 
lege, q. v. 

(iv) S. Mary the Virgin and All 
Saints, college of, i.e. Lincoln col- 
lege, iii. 104-5. 

S. Mary's college, of the Augus- 
tinians — 

(I) a college for students from 
Augustinian houses throughout Eng- 
land, i. 638; ii. 85, 141, 229-30, 

238, 308. 

— Wood's history of, i. 16; ii. 118, 
228-45. 

— site of, i. 231 ; ii. p. vi, 228-9, 238, 
240. 

— founder of, ii. 229-31, 239-40. 

— foundation of, i. 227 ; ii. 240. 

— Augustinian abbeys promoting it, 

ii. 229-30, 238. 

— statutes of, ii. 230-1, 239: Wood's 
Life and Times, iv. 105-6. 

— members of — 

priors or rectors, ii. 231-2, 234, 

239, 53 1 - 

other officers, ii. 231, 239. 

— members, ii. 233-4, 2 4° 5 53 2 - 

regular, ii. 230-1, 234, 239. 

secular (commoners, or batlers), 

ii. 230-1, 239. 

— buildings of — 

chapel, ii. 230-4, 239, 531. 

anniversaries in, ii. 230, 239. 

burials in, ii. 232-3. 

monuments and inscriptions in, 

ii. 233. * 

organ in, ii. 231. 

cloister, ii. 232-3. 

hall, ii. 231, 531. 

library, ii. 230, 238. 

chambers, ii. 531-2. 

kitchen, ii. 531-2. 

buttery, ii. 532. 

court, or quadrangle, ii. 531. 

— garden, ii. 233, 531. 

— kitchen garden, ii. 532. 

— well, ii. 531. 

— great entry, from New Inn Hall 
street, ii. 230, 531. 

— great gate, i. 230, 233. 

— smaller entry, from Cornmarket 
street, i. 75, 227; ii. 230. 

— smaller gate, ii. 230. 

— property of, ii. 229-30, 238. 
i — inventory of, ii. 234, 531. 

— dissolution, ii. 232-4, 237. 

' — destruction of the chapel, and cloister, 

2 33-5. 241-2. 
, — ruins, ii. 230. 



S. Mary's college {continued) : — 

(II) a hall for Academical students, 
ii. 232, 234-5. 

— members of it then, i. 231 (note 1); 
ii. 232, 234-5, 242. 

(III) ownership of, in dispute, partly 
owing to the reaction under Queen 
Mary, ii. 233-7, 240-2, 244-5. 

(IV) an almshouse and charity- 
school, ii. 236-7. 

(V) is acquired byBrasenose college, 
ii. 232-4, 236-7, and let out as a 
private house. 

(VI) subsequent to Wood's time is 
rebuilt, and known as Frewen Hall, 
q.v. 

S. Mary's entry — 

(i) ' Great,' in Cat street, i. 86, 95. 

(ii) 'Little,' in Schools street, i. 
86, 595 ; ii. p. vii. 

Mary, Mary's, S. Mary, or S. Mary's 
hall— 

(i) = S. Mary Magdalen hall, iii. 304. 

(ii) = S. Mary Virgin hall, iii. 306. 

(iii) = Marey's, i. 355, 372. 

(iv) = Oriel college, iii. 90, 105-6. 
S. Mary hall lane, i. 493. 

S. Mary hall, school opposite, i. 144. 
S. Mary's hospital, ii. 236, 
S. Mary's house — 

(i) near South gate, i. 296-7, 304; 

ii. 92. 

(ii) see Our Lady's house, Lady 
ball, in Cat street, i. 87, 95, 568. 

(iii) domus S. Mariae, i. e. Oriel 
college, iii. 90, 105. 

5". Marys lane — 

(i) = Frewen Court, i. 227. 

(ii) in Grandpont, i. 304. 

S. Mary's street, probably = High street, 

i. 60, 175. 
S. Marys well, i. 260, 389, 439. 
S. Mary Winton college, i. 230, 582 ; 

iii. 75-6 ; i. e. New College, q.v. 
Maryol court, i. 94-5. 

Maryol hall — 

(i) in S. Mary's parish, in Cat 
street, i. 95, 105. 

(ii) in S. Edward's parish, in Schy- 
diard street, ii. 277-8. 

(iii) in S. Peter's in the East parish, 
in lane under east wall, i. 105-6, 
635. 

(iv) in S. Michael's South Gate 
parish, in Grandpont, i. 297, 303, 
638. 

(v) in S. Michael's North (query, if 
in error for South) Gate parish, i. 520. 

Maryon hall, i. 315. 
massecaria, i. 315. 

Maudlyn, i. e. Magdalen college, q. v. 



X 



2 



308 IND 

Manger hall, Malger hall, i. 74, 477-8, 

486 ; ii. 81. 
M auger hall entry, i. 508. 
May fair, i. 503. 
Maydcn, i.e. Maiden hall, q. v. 
Maynard court, i. 520, 595, 638. 
mayor's court, i. 29, 142, 217, 411, &c. ; 

ii. 85, 172, 279. 
meadows, i. p. vii, 451-65, 655-6 ; ii. 

193, 541-2. 
meat markets, i. 480-3. 
Mcdene, i. 108, i.e. Maiden hall, q.v. 
Media aula, i. 508, i. e. Middle hall, 

q.v. 
Medley — 

— bridge, i. 354. 

— cell of Osney, i. 331-2, 578 ; ii. 209. 

— chapel, i. 331-2, 578. 

— hamlet, i. 58, 280, 320, 329-32, 354, 
398, 455> 459> 59 8 > 614, 617, 630; ii. 
193-4- 

— manor, i. 626 ; ii. 6. 

— tavern, i. 11— 2, 630. 
Meermaid, see Mermaid. 
Melton hall, i. 118. 

Mendicant friars, begging friars, the 
four orders of, i. 657; ii. 138, 393, 
443, 45°> 462, 475, 497, 542. 

mercecrya, i. 490. 

mercery, the, i. 490. 

mere hythe, ii. 144. 

mere stones, i. 460, 467, 491; ii. 170. 

meretricum domus, i. 255. 

merforlong, ii. 144. 

Mermaid tavern, i. 59 : see Tavern. 

Merston hall, i. 76, 591 ; ii. p. vii. 

Merston lake, i. 467. 

Merton church, i. 568, i. e. S. John 

Baptist church, q. v. 
Merton college — 

— Wood's history of, i. 176-7, 183. 

— foundation of, i. 183, 222, 247; iii. 
64. 

— founder of, i. 178. 

— founders kin, i. 178, 568. 

— John Wylliot's foundation in, i. 183. 



— site of, i. 128, 174, 177, 185, 222, 
246-7, 507 ; ii. p. vii ; iii. 65-6. 

— incidental mention of, as a landmark, 
i. 128, 132, 293, 402, 540, 635; ii. 
478, 487 ; iii. 163. 

— called ' Merton hall,' aula de Merton, 
i. 249, 264, 382, 582, 638; ii. 71 ; 
iii. 97. 

— called 'domus de Merton,' iii. 97. 

— front quadrangle, i. 177, 414. 

— buildings of, i. 222. 

— ' great ' quadrangle, i. 246-7, 402, 
407, 414; iii. 175, 256. 

— the old chapel, ii. 71. 



:x 1. 

Merton college {continued') : — 

— church or chapel, i.e. S. John 
Baptist church, q.v. 

— — the original building, i. 441 ; 

ii. 71. 

— — the existing building, ii. 72, 
271. 

— burial in chapel, iii. 241. 

— tower, ii. 72, 472. 

— hall, i. 22. 

— library, ii. 128, 311, 467. 

— bursary (?), i. 569. 

— common-room, i. 22. 

— buttery, i. 22, 246. 

— kitchen, ii. 71. 

— ball-court, i. 536. 

— (alienated) Bachelors' garden, i. 247, 
536. 

— garden, i. 180, 569. 

— orchard, i. 127-8, 577. 

— mount, i. 7, 127, 245, 253, 295, 412; 
ii. 500. 

— wall of, i. e. part of the old wall of 
the city, i. 7, 245-9, 253, 264, 295, 
4°7>4 I 2, 577, 625; ii. 158, 500. 

— (?) city moat on south side of, i. 264, 
625. 

— great gate, i. 175, 538, 624. 
carving over it, i. 175. 

— back gate, i. 246-7, 249, 413. 



— estates of, i. 277. 

— Oxford property of, i. 3-4, 9, 107, 
127, 137, i79-8o, 182-4, J 86, 195, 
203, 383, 388, 400-1, 437, 466, 536-7, 
539, 582 ; 11. 104, 48o ; 49 r ; iii. 169. 

— own S. John Baptist church, ii. 71-2; 
iii. 87, 97. 

— own Holywell manor, i. 243, 260, 
371,378-83,401; ii. 51, 456-7, 461-2; 
where they keep court, i. 243, and 
have manorial rights, i. 576. 

— own S. Peter's Church in the East, 
ii. 51, 99, 479, 491 ; iii. 97. 

— documents of, i. 58, 105, 137, 178, 
182, 184, 186, 195-6, 198, 203, 222, 
242, 247, 377, 379, 381-2, 522 ; ii. 
526 : Wood's collections from these, 
i. 178; iii. 184, 254: Wood's Life 
and Times, iv. 163. 



— studies of, i. 638. 

— members of, i. 5, 10-2, 175, 178-9, 
183, 195, 386, 389, 536, 618 ; ii. 8, 
J 9> 52, 72-3, 241, 271, 276, 303, 37 6 > 
401, 464-5, 472, 492, 524; iii. 97-8, 
139, 180, 184, 190, 202, 241, 248, 
254- 

— postmasters, i. 4, 10, 12, 183-4. 
■ — bible-clerk, i. 11-2. 



INDEX I. 



3°9 



Merton college {continued) :— 

— grammar-master, i. 178. 

— steward of, iii. 1^4. 



— story of the fellows of Merton and 
Edward II, i. 24S-9, 413. 

— patronage of Legh's chantry in S. 
Michael's South Gate church, ii. 92. 

— residence of Katherine of Aragon, 
consort of Henry VIII, ii. 168. 

— at the Parliamentary Visitation, i. 
12. 

— used as thoroughfare, i. 414. 
Merton hall — 

(i) old name for Merton college, 
iii. 308, col. i. 

(ii) i. 185, = Little Merton hall, iii. 
302. 

Merton parish, i. 568, i. e. S. John 

Baptist parish, q. v. 
Merton Street], i. 127, 174, 185. 
Mesopotamia], i. 400, 466. 
S. Michael's Chambers], i. 69. 
S. Michael's at North. Gate church, 
S. Michaelis borealis — 

— Wood's history of, i. 65, 70; ii. 2, 
86-90. 

— site of, i. 64, 164-5, 2 57> 3 11 , 614; 
ii. p. vi, 40, 86, 91. 

— incidental mention of, as a landmark, 

i. 69-70, 489, 493. 

— a rectory, ii. 87. 
patronage of, ii. 87. 

— a vicarage, ii. 87 ; iii. 92. 
patronage of, ii. 87 ; iii. 92-3. 

— incorporated into Lincoln college, 

ii. 87, 95'; iii. 105. 

— 4 the College chancel,' iii. 34, 158-62, 
165, 250-2 : ' the parish chancel,' 
north of the chancel, iii. 161-5, 251. 

— nave or body, iii. 161, 166, 252. 

— south aisle (Jesus College aisle), iii. 
164, 166, 251. 

— north aisle, iii. 166: called 'the 
parish aisle,' iii. 251. 

— aisle north of north aisle, iii. 166. 

— chapels in, i. 65, 67 ; ii. 87-9 ; iii. 
68. 

— chantries in, i. 65; ii. 87-90, 96; 

iii. 68. 

— obits and anniversaries in, iii. 161. 

— altars in, iii. 160. 

— images in, i. 513 ; ii. 89. 

— lights in, i. 67, 229, 51 3 ; ii. 89. 

— monuments and inscriptions in, ii. 
90 ; iii. 109, 117, 158-66. 

— coats of arms in, iii. 160-5. 

— stained glass in, ii. 90 ; iii. 162, 165. 

— pews in, iii. 166. 

— Bocardo stone in, ii. 90. 

— churchyard of, i. 69, 493. 



S. Michael's at North Gate {coni.) : — 

— churchyard of, encroachments on, i. 
70, 493 ; ii. 90. 

— clergy of, i. 70, 525 ; iii. 72, 92-3, 
99, io 5- 

— benefactors of, i. 65 ; ii. 88-90 ; iii. 
68, 206, 253. 

— property of, i. 69-70, 226 ; ii. 88- 
90 ; iii. 68. 

— documents of, i. 65, 69, 227-9, 5*4 I 
ii. 88 ; iii. 68 : Wood's Life and 
Times, iv. 116. 

— registers of, iii. 33, 163, 248. 

— baptisms in, iii. 248-9. 

— marriages in, iii. 33, 138, 249. 

— burials in, iii. 33-4, 1 58-66, 249-53. 

— parish of, i. 61, 65, 69, 71-3, III, 
114, 1 1 8-9, 123, 164, 225-7, 231, 
258, 264, 360, 479, 484, 489-90, 495, 
5°8~9, 5 X 3, 5 J 5 should be the 
'South Gate' parish), 520-2, 524-5, 

527, 529, 6 36, 638; ii. 37, 61, 88-9, 
178, 188, 228-9, 238, 240; iii. 63, 
68, 162-3, 249, 253. 

S. Michael's at South Gate church, 
S. Michaelis australis — 

— Wood's history of, i. 17 ; ii. 2, 91-3. 

— site of, i. 164-5, 3 11 5 u - P- y i> 4°, 
91-2. 

— antiquity of, ii. 47, 91. 

— a rectory, ii. 91. 

— a vicarage, ii. 92. 

— patronage of, ii. 91 ; iii. 93-5. 
— - chapel of, i. 297. 

— altar in, iii. 95. 

— chantry in, ii. 92-3 j iii. 95. 

— obits in. ii. 92. 

— images in, i. 297. 

— lights in, i. 297 ; ii. 92. 

— property of, ii. 92-3. 

— tithes due to, i. 464. 

— clergy of, i. 165, 462 ; ii. 315, 331, 
490 ; iii. 83, 88, 94-5, 99. 

— chantry clergy of, iii. 95-6. 

— destruction of, i. 159, 250; ii. 92-3. 

— parish of, i. 127, 164-5, 296-300,303, 
41 5, 457, 462, 515 (' North' in error), 

528, 564, 636, 638 ; ii. p. xi, 38, 48, 
92, 156, 172-3, 333; iii. 64. 

S. Michael's, or Michel, hall — 

(i) in S. Aldate's parish, i. 212-3, 
566, 590, 595, 614, 640 ; ii. p. viii. 

(ii) in S. Edward's parish, ii. 57, 
277, 279. 

S. Michaels lane, i. 66 : Wood's Life 

and Times, ii. 433. 
Michel hall, i. e. S. Michael's, q. v. 
Micheld hall, i. 107. 
Middeney, i. 329, 331. 
Middle Bradmore, i. 346. 
Middle hall, aula Meuia, i. 50S, 520. 



INDEX I. 



Middle heit, i. 329-31, 445, 459; ii. 
i.93- 

[Middle Meadow], i. map. ii. 
Middleton hall, i. 356 -7, 623, 627. 
Middlcyc, i. 331, 459, i. e. Medley, 
q.v. 

Mideit, i. 330. 
Mignote hall, i. 566. 
S. Mildred's church — 

— Wood's history of, i. 1 15 ; ii. 2, 94-7. 

— site of, ii. p. vi, 94. 

— incidental mention of, as a landmark, 

i. 71, 119, 121-2, 527; ii. 60. 

— patronage of, ii. 94 ; iii. 96. 

— rectors of, i. 7 5 ; ii. 96 ; iii. 63, 75-6, 
96, 99. 

— (?) rectory house of, i. 124. 

— use of, by the University of Oxford, 

ii. 96-7. 

— incorporated into Lincoln college, ii. 

87,95-. 

— chantries in, ii. 96. 

— obits in, ii. 96. 

— destruction of, to build Lincoln 
college, ii. 95-6. 

— churchyard of, i. 122 ; ii. 94-6. 

— property of, i. 125 ; ii. 96. 

— parish of, i. p. xi, 71-5, 88, 11 1-25, 
258, 485, 507, 5 J 3, 527; ii- 60-1, 
188, 520; iii. 59, 63, 66-8. 

Mildred, or S. Mildred (Mildrith), hall, 

i. 75, 124-6, 595, 598, 606, 636, 640; 

ii. p. vii. 

Mildred, or S. Mildred's, lane or street — 

(i) = Brasenose lane, i. 71-2, 111, 
113, 115-22, 517, 527, 577; ii. 94; 

iii. 65. 

(ii) = Market street, i. 72-3. 
Milham, Mill ham, i. 413, 468. 
Milham bridge, i. 245, 249, 290, 295-6, 

401, 409, 412-4, 465, 629 ; ii. 227-8, 
500. 

Milham bridge causeway, i. 412, 414. 
Milham bridge gates, i. 413. 
Militis aula, i. e. Knight hall, q. v. 
Milk street, i. 206, 211, 308-9. 
Mill acres, i. 401. 
Mill bridge, i. 313, 432. 
Mill ford, i. 288. 
Mill ham, see Milham. 
Mill lane, i. 298. 

[(Great and Little) Mill Pond Mead], 

i. map ii. 
Millam, i. e. Milham, q.v. 
[Millard laboratory], i. 360. 
mills, i. 398, 400-8, 656 ; ii. 542 ; iii. 

65. 

Milne holme, i. 468. 
Min, i. e. Mine hall, q.v, 
Minard hall, i. 587, 595. 
Minchon, see Mynchon. 



Mine {Min) hall— 

(i) in S. Aldate's parish, i. 566, 
636. 

(ii) in S. John's parish and street, 
i. 178. 

Mine hall entry, i. 566. 

Minervalis vicus, i. 83-4, i. e. Schools 

street, q. v. 
Mingnot hall, i. 566. 
Minorite friars, i.e. Franciscans, q.v. 
Minote (Mignot) hall, i. 213, 508, 521, 

566, 636-7. 
mint at Oxford — 

(i) in early times, i. 470-2, 490. 

(ii) in Charles I's time, i. 8; iii. 
233. 

Mitre inn, i. 79, 126, 476; iii. 152: 

stained glass in, i. 79. 
moat, the city, i. 17, 242, 247, 249, 

262-4, 271-2, 362, 378, 387, 489, 

625 ; ii. 483, 485. 
monetary, i. 471, 490. 
Monialium aula, i. e. Nun hall, q.v. 
Monken lane, i. 298. 
Montacute, see Mountague. 
[Morrell's bridge], i. 482. 
Moses (Mossey, Moyses) hall, i. 196, 

199 ; ii. 23. 
mote, see moat. 

Mount Pellam, i. 59, 216, 254, 268, 576. 
Mount Pellam lane, i. 216, 254. 
Mountague's lake, i. 465, 467. 
Mountague's mead, i. 456, 459, 462, 
467. 

Mounts, the, i. 215-6, 228, 230. 

Mousecatchers 1 street, i. 92. 

Moyses, i. e. Moses hall, q. v. 

Muleward^s lane, i. 76. 

Mull croft, i. 496. 

Munday's row, i. 254. 

Murilegorum aula, vicus, i. e. Cat, q. v. 

Museum, see Ashmolean. 

[Music-room in Holywell], i. 390-2. 

Mutton hall, i. 566. 

Mydley, i. e. Medley, q. v. 

Myn, i. e. Mine hall, q. v. 

Mynchon mead, i. 343, 459. 

Nag's-Head inn, i. 197. 

nameless halls, i. 383 : see unnamed. 

[Napper's Bridge], i. 643. 

S. Neot's hall, i. 105 ; ii. 98. 

Nevill's entry, i. 508, 521. 

Nevill hall, i. 135, 136, 508; ii. 188. 

Nevill's inn, i. 536-7, 539, 569, 595-7, 

602, 639 ; ii. p. viii. 
New bridge — 

(i) over the stream below the Castle 
mills, i. 310, 313, 333, 409, 432; ii. 
93, 5°4- 

(ii) = Hythe bridge, q. v., i. 434. 



INDEX I. 



New causeway, i. 461. 
New college, see infra. 
New ditch, i. 371. 
New gate, i. 423, 426. 
Nevu-gate tower, i. 426. 
New hall, aula Nova — 

(i) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, i. 71, 508, 521. 

(ii) (?) i. 50S. 
[New Hinksey], i. 613. 

New inn, Novum hospitium — 

(i) Wood's usual way of writing 
New Inn hall, q. v., i. 227-30; ii. 
228 ; iii. 133, 233, 259 : found also 
earlier, ii. 531. 

(ii) in S. Michael's parish, Ship 
street, i. 69, 493, 508 (= 'Elm hall') ; 
ii. 89-90. 

(iii) in S. Mary Magdalen parish, 
i- 356, 360-1, 508 (=< Cardinal's 
hat'). 

(iv) in S. Aldate's parish and street, 

i. 618. 

(v) unidentified, ii. 215. 
New Inn hall, see infra. 
A T ew Inn lane, i. 229. 
[New Inn Yard], i. 618, 653. 
New lane, i. 1 56. 

New market, i. 204, 206-8, 215, 312, 
490-1. 

New park, i. 259, 355, 628. 
New park close, i. 459. 
[New Road], i. 207, 217, 426. 
New row, i. 294. 
New wyke, i. 424. 
New college — 

— called S. Mary of Winton college, 
% 230, 582. 

— called S. Mary's college, i. 580-1 ; 

ii. 234. ' 

— called Wynton college, i. 638. 



— site of, i. 91, 105-6, 108-10; 579-85 ; 
ii. p. vii, 497. 

— halls removed for, i. 91, 102, 105, 

579-85 ; 497- 

— lanes closed for, i. 105, 107-10, 260, 

579-85. 

— incidental mention as landmark, i. 
109, 637. 



— founder of, i. 78, 103, 105-6, 109- 
10, 243, 260-1, 360, 579-85. 

— founder's kin, i. 171. 

— foundation of, i. 107-8, 426, 585. 

— benefactors of, i. 579. 

— arms of, iii. 125, 195. 



— documents of, i. 40, 77, 171-2, 346, 
360, 579. 



New college {continued') : — 

— Oxford property of, i. 78-9, 202, 

213, 224-5, 230, 360, 524, 566, 579; 

ii. 110, 481 ; iii. 136. 



— studies of, i. 638. 

— members of, i. 6, 106, 261, 531, 534, 
579, 58i, 584; ii- 4» "> 234, 245, 
455; iii. 28-9, 137, 141, 156, 188, 
191, 215, 251, 260, 264. 



— chapel, i. 6, 40, 583-4 ; ii. 13. 
old glass in, ii. 274. 

— hall, ii. 5. 

old glass in, ii. 5. 

— library, i. 233 ; ii. 321, 336. 

— cloisters, i. 6, 106-7, IIO > 579) 
583-5 : burials in, iii. 211, 231. 

— great quadrangle, or court, i. 6, 579, 
583, 585. 

— inner quadrangle, or court, i. 583. 

— garden, i. 7, 105, 261, 577, 585. 

— mound, i. 7. 

— lower orchard, i. 584. 

— bowling green, i. 261. 

— ' close ' of, i. 582-3. 

— walks, i. 105, 577. 

— stables, i. 583-4. 

— hayhouse, i. 583. 

— water supply of, i. 449. 

— warden's lodgings, i. 583. 

— warden's garden, i. 583-4. 

— warden's orchard, i. 584. 
— ■ warden's stables, i. 583. 

— great gate, i. no, 583-4. 

— garden gate, i. 106. 

— non-licet gate, i. 109, 260. 

— tower, i. 243, 260-1, 580, 585; ii. 
472. 

— wall, i. 105, 243, 260-1, 263, 387, 
577, 579-85. 



— fortified in 165 1, i. 276. 

— service at S. Bartholomew's hospital, 
i. 513-5. 

— patrons of Trinity chantry in All 
Saints' church, iii. 75-6. 

New College lane, i. 108, no, 260-1, 
580, 585. 

[New College mead], i. map. ii. 

New College school, i. 6, 8. 

[New College street], i. 109-10, 584-5. 

New Inn hall, in S. Peter-le-Bailey 
parish, recently demolished, i. 4, 8, 
227-31, 508, 579, 603, 608-9, 622, 
640; ii. p. vii, 105, 228-9, 2 33) 2 3 8 , 
531 ; iii. 165, 233, 259 : often written 
' New In ' by W ood : see supra. 

New Inn hall lane, i. 229, 254. 

[New Inn Hall street], i. 6, 9, 204-5, 
208, 217-8, 223, 2:7-9, 255. 



312 



INDEX I. 



New lane to New wykc, iii. 31 1. 
[Newton's, Jenny, well], i. 616. 
S. Nicholas chapel — 

(i) at South Bridge, i. 307, 421, 
423-4 ; ii. 498-500. 

(ii) of the Black friars convent, ii. 
321-2, 337-8 ; iii. 271, col. ii. 

(iii) ~ S. Nicholas church, ut infra. 
S. Nicholas church, or chapel, at 

Osney, ii. 2, 97, n 2-3, 11 5-7; iii. 
259- 

— called ' capella S. Thomae,' ii. 
193-4- 

— parish of, i. 457, 459; ii. 97, 113, 
178, 194 (called ' Osney parish '). 

.S. Nicholas entry, i. 638, i. e. hall, q. v. 
S. Nicholas hall, i. 508, 521, 581, 584-5, 
637-8. 

S. Nicholas hermitage, i. 421-4 ; ii. 

498-500. 
S. Nicholas house, i. 521. 
S. Nicholas yard, i. 423-4. 
Nightingale hall, aula Filomene, or 

Philomenae, i. 127, 129, 192, 569, 

596, 636-7 ; ii. p. viii. 
Nightingale- hall lane, i. 127, 174, 180, 

192. 

Nigra aula, see Black hall. 
Nigri monachi, see Benedictines. 
Nisea aula, i. 66, 508, 521, 597. 
Nixon's school, i. 155, 623; iii. 118. 
Noif (Noyf) domus, i. 209. 
[Non-Collegiate Students' Delegacy] , i. 
129. 

non-licet gate of New College, i. 109, 
260. 

Non-ultra walk, i. 344, 576; iii. 221. 

Norham, ii. 76. 

North Bayly, see Bayly. 

North-east ward, i. 17, 36, 59-61, 64- 

126,136,570. 
Worth, gate, porta borealis, porta aqui- 

lonaris — 

— in the S. Frideswyde legend, i. 234, 
244> 2 55 5 »• !3o. 

— church at, i. 64, 257, 311 ; ii. 40, 91; 
iii. 92-3. 



— as a landmark for the wards, i. 59, 
64,214. 

— as a landmark for streets in the city, 
i. 61, 64, 334 : for houses in the city, 
i. 69-70, 493. 

— as a landmark for the market, i. 228, 
478, 486-7. 

— as a landmark for the city wall, i. 
215, 254-8, 371. 

— as a landmark for places in the 
suburb, i. 347, 350, 353, 358-9, 362, 
408, 455, 527, 617; ii. 55, 66, 74, 
78, 237, 305, 421; iii. 85, 90. 



North gate {continued) : — 

— fishponds outside, i. 263. 

— cross outside, i. 341, 440, 482. 



— description of, i. 255-7, 2 ^7> 624. 

— round towers on each side, i. 255, 
258, 264. 

— Bocardo prison over it, i. 256, 624, 
626, 632. 

— during the civil war, iii. 114. 



— destruction of, i. 621, 624, 632. 
North-gate hundred, i. 279-80, 320-1, 

335-45, 35°, 355, 358, 361, 363, 

37 6 , 383, 392, 434, 440, 45i, 453-4. 

458-9, 482, 497, 570, 615, 627; 

ii. 41, 69, 424 ; iii. 71. 
North-gate mill, i. 65, 407. 
North-gate street — 

(i) = Cornmarket street, i. 9, 61, 
62, 71, 75, 76-9, "I, 221-8, 231, 
362, 477-8, 485-7, 492, 618, 640; ii. 
86 ('North street'), 238. 

(ii) = S. Giles street, ii. 306. 
North Ham, Northam, i. 336 ; ii. 191. 
North Osney abbey, i. e. Rewley, q.v. 
North Osney manor, ii.1304. 

North street, ii. 86, i. e. North-gate 

street, q. v. 
North suburbs, i. 37, 280, 320-1, 335- 

94, 440; ii. 41, 78. 
North sutore, i. 328. 
North-west ward, i. 8, 17, 37, 59, 61, 

204, 214-31 ; ii. 180. 
Nova aula — 

(i) i. 508 = New hall, q. v. 

(ii) ii. 505 = Beaumont palace, q.v. 
Novum hospitium, i. e. New inn, q. v. 
novus pons — 

(i) i. 432 = New bridge or Hythe 
bridge. 

(ii) i. 433 = Bookbinders' bridge. 
Noyf domus, see Noif. 

Nun hall, Monialium aula — 

(i) in S.Edward's parish, in Schyd- 
iard street, i. 141, 535, 539, 595~ 6 > 
602, 639 ; ii. p. viii. 

(ii) in S. John Baptist parish and 
street, i. 177-8, 591, 593, 596. 

(iii) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, in Market street, i. 74. 

[Oatlands], i. map ii. 

[Observatory], see Radcliffe. 

Octovirgate regis, ii. 190. 

Offic. tenementum, i. 569. 

S. Olave's church, ii. 34. 

Oldeherd (Holdierd) street, i. 72, 529. 

Old hall, aula Antiqua, i. 508, 522. 



INDEX I. 



313 



Old Swan inn, i. 198. 
Old White House inn], i. 424. 
Old Yeild hall,\. 203. 
S. Old's church, ii. 34. 
Olyphant (Elephant) hall, i. 118-22, 

597- , .. 

Orchards mead, n. 192. 

orfeury, i. 491. 

Oriel, the, see Oriole, infra. 

Oriel college, ii. p. vii, 27-30, 514-5. 

— called S. Mary's hall, iii. 90. 

— called S. Mary's college, iii. 90. 

— called ' Oriel hall,' ii. 509. 

— called • King's hall,' i. 343. 

— called ' King's college ' (collegium 
Regis), ii. 21 ; iii. 90. 

— called 'Collegium regale,' i. 638; 
iii. 90. 

— studies of, i. 638. 

— visitor of, ii. 3. 

— members of, i. 14, 147, 196, 373; 
ii. 5, 21, 24, 26, 51 1-2, 519; iii. 
105-6, 113-5, i 2 5> ^5, 2IO > 2 35, 
238-42, 245-7, 26 3- 



— founder and foundation of, i. 145, 
196, 373; 21 ; iii. 105, 125. 

— benefactors to, i. 143, 145 ; ii. 509, 
5I5- 

— Oxford property of, i. 81, 85, 87, 131, 
, 138, 143-8, 15 1 , !73> !86, 196, 212, 

343, 373-4, 454 5 9 2 ~3- 

— acquire S. Mary's rectory, i. 138 ; ii. 
5-6, 16-7, 22; iii. 90: with the 
lands of S. Thomas chapel, i. 85, 
8 7, J 735 22: and of S.Nicholas 
chapel, ii. 23. 

— acquire S. Bartholomew's hospital, 
ii. 506-13, 516-9. 

I— documents of, i. 130, 143-4, r 47, 
i49> J 73, i85> T 96, 268, 508, 518; 
ii. 16, 21, 23, 92, 508, 511, 518-9: 
Wood's Life and Times, iv. 167. 



- obits in, ii. 27. 

- chapel, iii. 236-8 : burials in, iii. 
246-7. 

- hall, i. 186. 

-library, i. 186; ii. 226, 381; 446, 
459; iii. 235. 

- garden, i. 143. 

- walks, i. 143. 

- back gate, i. 186-7, 569. 

- incidental mention of, as a landmark, 
i. 138, 476, 537, 540. 

- Wood's history of, i. 142, 144. 

- bury chiefly in S. Mary's church, 
iii. 1 13-5, 238-42, 245-6,263: but 
also in their college chapel, iii. 
246-7. 



Oriel college (continued) : — 

— members of Oriel serve S. Mary's as 
' vicars ' or ' curates,' iii. 235, 246. 

[Oriel-college lane], i. 630. 
Oriel-college (Oriel) schools, i. 99, 
57 2 - 

Oriel hall, i. 142. 

[Oriel Street], i. 149, 174, 476, 630. 
Oriole, le Oriell, l'Orioll, i. 142, 1 85-7, 

536-7; ii. 93. 
Oriole gate, i. 186 ; ii. 93. 
Oriole messuage, i. 537 ; ii. 93. 
Osney, see infra, after Osney, abbots of. 
Osney abbey, ii. 188-228. 

— history of, iii. 103. 

— site of, i. 316, 318, 398 ; ii. 192, 
195- 

— precincts or ' limits ' of, i. 315 ; ii. 6, 
97, 1 1 2-3, 115, 201, 295. 

— foundation of, i. 271-2, 277-8, 321 ; 
ii. 188-90, 196-7, 221 ; iii. 58. 

— first a priory, then an abbey, i. 222 ; 
ii. 150, 210. 

— endowments of, ii. 6, 188-92, 197- 
200, 215 : churches of, ii. 188-9, 191, 
195, 197-200, 211, 216, 261, 419, 
435-6; iii- 91: lands of, i. 319-20, 
33o, 336, 4°3, 436, 45 1 * 454> 45 8 ~9, 
464, 467-8, 471, 578; ii. 77, 113, 

!93-5> !97-9> 2 °7> 222 > 22 6, 3 2 5 : 
manors of, i. 347, 351-2, 363, 627; 
ii. 6, 197, 199-200, 213: tithes of, 
i- 35 2 > 434, 454, 4 6 3 ; 49, I9 1 " 2 , 
*94> J 97, 26l > 2 7°> 295-6, V7, 4*9, 
435-6; iii. 103: fishery of, i. 404, 
452. 

— Oxford property of, in S. Aldate's 
parish, i. 200-1 : in All Saints' par., 
i. 124-5, 477, 4 82 , 519-20,525: in 
S. Budoc's par., ii. 45-6 : in S. Cle- 
ment's par., i. 284-5; 49 : in 
S. Ebbe's par., i. 197, 209-10, 491 : 
in S. Edward's par., i. 161-3, I 73~4» 
510, 526: in S. George's par., i. 

3i4- 6 > 433; 4 l8 , 4 21 , 435; iii- 
103 : in S. Giles' par., i. 337-8, 344, 
347-9, 35 1-2 : i Q Holywell par., i. 
400-1 : in S. John Bapt. par., i. 129, 
185, 187, 189, 190, 509 : in Magdalen 
par., i. 343-4, 361-3, 375, 471 : in 
S. Martin's par., i. 77, 150-1, 222, 
488, 494, 523: in S. Mary Virgin 
par., i. 82, 85, 91, 94, 96, 98, 134-7, 
144, 565; 570-4; ii. 26; iii. 62: 
in S. Michael's North Gate par., i. 
67-8, 71-7, 226, 228, 485, 524 : 
in S. Michael's South Gate par., 
i. 423, 464: in S. Mildred's par., i. 
1 16-7 : in S. Peter-le-Bailey par., 
i. 207, 229, 491 : in S. Peter's in 
the East par., i. 100-1, 104, 106, 



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INDEX I. 



Osuoy abbey {continued') : — 

109, 448, 521, 582-4: in S. Thomas 
par., i. 314-7, 319, 334, 343 4, 
364, 402-4 : in parish unnamed, i. 
522, 527. 

— privileges of, ii. 192, 197-8, 200-1, 
215- 

— obtain S. George's church and col- 
lege in the Castle, i. 214; ii. 62-3, 
181-2, 190-2, 198, 416-7, 435, 474 ; 
iii. 103: maintain the chapel services 
there,* i. 275 ; ii. 63-5 : maintain 
poor students there, i. 640 ; ii. 63-4, 
I83-5- 

— own half of Walton manor, i. 347, 
35 1 - 2 , 363, 627. 

— obtain S. Mary Magd. parish church, 

»• 75-7, 2 7°> 4 2 3, 438; iii- 9 1 - 2 - 

— build S. Nicholas (S. Thomas) church, 
ii. 97,113-7. 

— have a grange at Walton, i. 349 : and 
a cell at Medley, i. 331-2, 578; ii. 
209. 

— festival of S. George at, ii. 64. 

— miracles at, ii. 203. 

— members of — abbots, see infra : 
canons, i. 318, 320; ii. 63, 21 1-2, 
216, 232; iii. 103: cellarer, ii. 203, 
209, 212: chanter, ii. 212: janitor, 
ii. 202-3: prior, i. 359; ii. 211,418: 
procurator, ii. 213 : subprior, ii. 211: 
steward of lands, ii. 210. 

— patron of, ii. 212 ; iii. 102. 

— arms of, i. 316, 332, 578 ; ii. 225. 

— register of, ii. 214: documents of, 

i. and ii. passim ; iii. 8, 60, 107 : see 
Wood's Life and Times, iv. 99-103. 

— seal of, ii. 214. 

— ' curia Osney ' = the whole inclosure, 
with buildings, &c, i. 439, 464; ii. 
116, 193-4: see also infra. 

— buildings of, ii. 201-9, 4 11 '• rebuilt 
in 1247, ii. 201-2. 

little (or outer) gate, ii. 202, 207. 

almshouse, ii. 202. 

S. Nicholas Church, iii. 312. 

Domus Dei, ii. 205, 207. 

gate ' ante curiam,' i. 318 ; ii. 97, 

116: apparently the same with the 
great gate, ii. 202, 204, 207-8. 

court or outer quadrangle (' curia'), 

ii. 183, 204, 207. 

cloister, i. 192 ; ii. 7, 204. 

abbey church, ii. 113, 204, 218- 

24, 227-8: presbytery of, ii. 221-2: 
chapels of, ii. 219, 222, 226: altars 
of, ii. 194, 218-9, 221-2, 227 : burials 
in, ii. 221-6: abbots buried there, 
ii. 210-1, 215, 223: monuments in, 
ii. 219, 221-3, 226 : towers of, ii. 
201, 218-9, 221, 227, 472 : bells of, 



Osney abbey {continued} : — 

ii. 204, 220-1, 228: destruction of, 
ii. 7, 224, 227-8. 

— buildings of : hall or refectory, ii. 
204, 207 : stairs of, ii. 207. 

kitchen, ii. 205, 228. 

lavatory, i. 63, 439 ; ii. 205, 225. 

infirmary (fermary), ii. 205, 228: 

chapel of, ii. 205-6. 

dormitory, ii. 5, 206. 

abbot's lodgings, ii. 5, 207. 

out-buildings, ii. 208-9 : walks, 

ii. 209 : garden and orchard, ii. 192. 

— cathedral at, i. 188 ; ii. 3-7, 224, 
227 : bishop, dean, and chapter of, 
ii. 4, 5 ; iii. 51 : endowments of, ii. 
6, 117 : arms of see of, ii. 9: disso- 
lution of, ii. 5, 7, 224, 227. 

— dissolution of, i. 188, 229, 332, 352, 
404; ii. 7> 6 5>77> *H, 2I 7, 22 4- 

— picture of ruins of, ii. 9, 159, 227. 

— minor references, i. 16, 46, 65,279, 
3!7> 453 ; P- vi > 2 7> 3°, H*> 229, 
312, 315, 33i- „ ..J 

— called South Osney abbey, 11. 182, 

2 95~6. 

Osney, abbots of, 11. 209-17 ; 111. 102 : 
summoned to Parliament, ii. 210: 
patrons of a chantry, ii. 92 : visitors 
of S. Mary's college, ii. 231 : buried 
in the abbey church, ii. 210-1, 215, 

223. WM 

— Ralph (ti.138), first 'prior, ii. 
196-7, 210, 221. 

— Wigod (f 1 168), second ' prior/ and 
first ' abbot,' ii. 36, 76, 149-50,189, 
210-1. 

— Edward (+ 1183), ii. 2.1.1. 

— Hugh (fi205) (le Freke, or de 
Buckingham), i. 77; ii. 195, 211; 
iii. 60. 

— Clement (fi22i), i. 93> 439 5 
205; 211. . , 

— Richard (f 1229) (de Grey), 1. 403 ; 

ii. 211 ; iii. 61. 

— John Rading (res. 1235), "* 20 4> 
an, 212, 359, 366, 395. 

— John Leeche (de Leche) (res. 1249), 

i. 519; ii. 202, 204, 206-7, 2I2 > 
219-20, 359; iii. 102-3. 

— Adam de Berniers (f 1254), ii. 212 5 

iii. 102. 

— Richard de Apletre (res. 1268), i. 
73, 98, 316 ; ii. 212-3, 219, 418; iii. 
62, 103. 

— William de Sutton (f 1284), i. 104; 

ii. 116, 213-4, 295 ; iii. 64, 103. 

— Roger de Coventre (t 1296), u. 
214-5; iii. 103. 

— John de Bibury (res. 1316), a 2*5 > 

iii. 103. 



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INDEX I. 



315 



Osney, abbots of {continued) :— 

— John de Osney (f 1330), ii. 215; 
iii. 103. 

— Thomas de Cudlington (fi373)> i- 
227-8, 242, 435 ; ii. 215 ('John,' in 
error), 492 ; iii. 74. 

— John Bokeland (f 1403), i. 582 ; ii. 
215, 432 ; iii. 103. 

— William Wendover (res. 1430), i. 76, 
151, 452 (in error) ; ii. 215. 

— Thomas Hooknorton (f 1452), i. 

197. 433, 57i 5 »• 2I 5- 6 > 2 3i, 239. 

— John Walton (res. 1472), i. 117 ; ii. 
216. 

— Richard Leyceter (1472), ii. 216. 

— Robert (1493), ii. 216. 

— William Barton (1500), i. 451-2 
called ' Wendover ' in error) ; ii. 216-7 ; 

iii. 92. 

— John Burton (Barton) (1524), ii. 217. 

— John Cooke (1527), ii. 217. 

— John Barton (Burton) (1531), ii. 217. 

— Robert King, ii. 8, 217, 224. 
Dsney — 

— general name of a district, or suburb, 
on the west of Oxford, i. 46, 267-8, 
274, 314-6, 318, 343, 404, 457-8, 
575, 612, 634; ii. 132, 160, 194-5: 
meadows further west are designated 
'retro Osney,' i. 343-4, 451, 453, 
457-9,464; 55, 3oo, 506; iii. 67, 71. 

— this district was divided into three 
islands: 'South Osney,' i. 316, 458; 
ii. 182, 295-6: 'North Osney,' i. 
316, 3 J 9, 332, 39 8 , 458, 4°6; 
114, 290, 295-7, 3 QI : ' West Osney/ 
i. 316; ii. 193, 195. 

— of these South Osney seems often 
referred to specifically as 'Osney 
island,' i. 398; ii. 188-90, 192-3, 
197 ; iii. 71. 

)sney abbey, see supra, p. 313. 
)sney, abbots of, see supra, p. 314. 
)sney's, abbot of, lane, i. 75; ii. 61. 
)sney bridge, i. 319, 402, 409, 436-7, 
461. 

)sney, cross at, i. 318, 440. 

)sney hall, i. 522, 639. 

)sney isle, see supra. 

Osney lane], i. 318. 

)sney locks, i. 468, 612 ; ii. 228. 

»sney mead, i. 459-60. 

>sney mills, i. 46, 402-3, 408, 436 ; ii. 
194, 202, 225, 228 : mill-head, ii. 
207: mill-stream, ii. 208: fulling- 
mill, ii. 193. 

>sney, north, abbey, see Rewley. 
>sney schools, i. 89, 570-4 ; ii. p. vii. 
•sney village, ii. 97, 208 : South Osney 

village, i. 458 : North Osnev village, 

i. 458. 



S. Oswald's hall, i. 356, 508, 521. 

Our Lady's chapel, hall, &c, see under 

Lady. 
Ouse, i. 315, 397. 
Ousney, see Osney. 
Oven hall, i. 582-5. 
Overee (Overs) lane, i. 297-8, 302. 
Ox mead, ii. 202. 
Ox school, i. 572-3. 
Oxenford (locus), i. 453 ; ii. 133. 
Oxenford (vadum), i. 46, 343, 451, 458, 

460, 466. 

Oxenford hall, i. 355, 360, 603 ; ii. p. 
vii, 444 (' Oxford inn or hall '). 

Oxenford'' s inn, i. 360, 603. 

Oxford inn, or hall, ii. 444, i. e. Oxen- 
ford, q. v. 

Oxleleis, i. 353, 459. 



Pady domus, i. 539. 

Pagani aula, i. 508, 522. 

Painter's (Peyntor's) hall, i. 355-7, 359. 

Palace — 

(i) see Beaumont. 

(ii) see Headington. 

(iii) in Fish street, i. 478, i. e. 
pallace = a fish-shop. 

Paradise garden, i. 253, 310, 312, 578— 
9 ; ii. 40, 45, 358, 389, 395-6, 410, 
476. 

[Paradise street], i. 312. 

Pariehall, i. 148, 508, 522. 

Parie's place, i. 148, 508. 

Paris mead, &c, see Parys. 

Park, see New, University. 

[Park Street], i. 344, 375. 

[Park End Street], i. 319. 

parmentria, i. 492, 498. 

Parmuncer's hall, i. 297-8. 

Parnhall, i. 149; ii. 173. 

parva porta, i. 251, i.e. Little gate, 

q. v. 
parvus pons — 

(i) i. 317, 434 = Small bridge, q.v. 

(ii) i. 338; iii. 79 = East bridge, 
q. v. 

(iii) i. 433 = Quaking bridge, q.v. 
Parvys forum, i. 496. 

Pary, see Parie. 
Parys isle, ii. 521 

Parys mead, i. 293, 460, 496 ; ii. 525. 
Pasc hall, or schools, i. 90, 572. 
PasseHna aula, i. e. Sparrow hall, q. v. 
Patrick, or S. Patrick's, hall, i. 89, 

111-3, 57 2 - 

S. Patrick school, i. 89, 572. 

Paul, S. Paul, Powle, hall ; aula Pau- 
lina, Paulini, i. 197, 216, 589, 599, 
606, 637, 640 ; ii. p. vi:i. 

Payne, i. e. Pagan hall, q. v. 



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INDEX I. 



Peek water's (Peck wether's) inn, i. 148, 
152, 156, 159, 166, 169-72, 192, 

573. 59. z « 597~ 8 > 601 1 6o 7> 6 36, 6 39 > 

ii. p. viii, 8. 
Peckwater quadrangle, iii. 280, col. ii. 
New Peckwater's inn, i. 171. 
Peekwether's lane, i. 166-7. 
Pellam, see Mount Pellam. 
pdliparia, i. 492. 
Pembroke college, i. 360. 

— site of, i. 194, 211, 213, 251, 566-7, 
577, 630. 

— founded in Broadgates hall, q. v., i. 
194. 

— water supply of, i. 62, 447. 

— walk, i. 251. 

— wall, i. 251, 307, 577. 

— members of, iii. 134, 206-9. 

— are patrons of S. Aldate's church, 
ii. 39. 

— have their chapel in S. Aldate s 
church, ii. 35 ; iii. 136. 

[Pembroke Street], i. 157, T.94, 618. 
Pencridge (Pencrish, Penbrich) hall, i. 

128-9,191-2, 508, 522, 598, 641; 

ii. p. vii. 

Penferthing street, i.e. Penyfarthing, 
q. v. 

Penitentiarian friars, fratres Saccati — 

— Wood's history of, i. 311 ; ii. 47, 
119, 396, 473-8. 

— origin of, i. 311 ; ii. 475, 477-8. 

— dress of, ii. 473, 476. 

— arrival in England, ii. 473, 476. 

— settlement in Oxford, ii. 473, 476. 

— benefactors to them, ii. 473-8. 

— site of their Oxford house, i. 312 ; 

»• 4h 45, 47, 473~4> 476-7- 

chambers, ii, 473-6. 

chapel, ii. 473-6. 

chantry in, ii. 474. 

— attend the Franciscan schools, ii. 
473-5. 

— suppression of the order, ii. p. vi, 
475, 477- 

— their buildings demolished and the 
site included in the Franciscan con- 
vent, i. 312; ii. 41, 361, 396, 475, 
477- 

[Penitentiary, Holywell], i. 388. 
Pennard's lane, i. 65, 111, 229-30; ii. 
104. 

Penniless bench, i. 63, 221, 477 ; ii. 86. 
[Penson's Gardens], i. 611. 
Penyfarthing street, i. 63, 155, 157, 

159-60, 194-9, 206, 577, 618, 640 ; 
23, 53- 
Perchoris court, i. 529. 
Perilous hall, aula Periculosa, i. 355, 

373, 636-7; ii. 265. 
Perm (?) lane, i. 603. 



Perry (Pery, Pirry, Pury) hall — 

(i) in S. Mildred's (afterwards S. 
Michael's North Gate) parish, in 
Cheyney lane, i. e. Market street, i. 
74, 126, 586-7, 595, 598 ; ii. p. vii. ' 

(ii) in S. Martin's parish, i. 221, 
224. 

Pershore hall, i. 113, 117. 

Pershore's court, i. 529. 

Persover hall, i. 381, 384-5. .J 

Pervys, see Parvys. 

S . Peter's almshouse, &c. , see infra after | 

the churches. 
S. Peter-le-Bailey church— 

— called S. Peter ' ad Castrum,' i. 218; f 
ii. 102 ; iii. 98. 

— called S. Peter in the West, in Occi- ! 
dente, i. 167, 218; ii. 91, 102-3. 

— Wood's history of, i. 230 ; ii. 2, 34, 1 

102- 6. if 

— site of the old church, i. 205, 217-8; l, 

ii. p. vi, 91, 102. 

— incidental mention of, as a landmark, 

i. 204-7, 214, 217-8, 220, 228, 564, I 
576 ; ii. 105. 

— site of the modern church, i. 205, I 
229. 

— chancel of, iii. 194-5. 

— communion table of, iii. 195. | 

— nave (or body) of, iii. 195. 1 

— south aisle of, iii. 194. 

— patronage of, ii. 102 ; iii. 98-100. ? 

— made a vicarage, ii. 102. ' 

— served by Franciscan friars, ii. 102, I 
37o. \ 

— benefactors to, ii. 103-5. f 

— property of, i. 182, 205, 209; ii. I 

103- 5. ! 

— documents of, i. 182, 209, 218,564; | 

iii. 258 : register of, iii. 216, 258. 

— clergy of, i. 212 ; ii. 102 ; iii. 82, 
98-100, 259. 

— chantry clergy of, iii. 100. 



— chapels, ii. 40, 103-5 ; iii. 100. | 
chantries in, i. 202; ii. 103-6; 

iii. 100. 

anniversaries in, ii. 105. 

obits in, ii. 105. 

altars in, ii. 105 ; iii. 100. 

— baptisms in, iii. 258. 

— marriages in, iii. 258. 

— burials in, ii. 105 ; iii. 34, 258-9, 
264. 

— monuments and inscriptions in, iii. 
192, 194-5. 

— churchyard of, i. 230 ; ii. 105. 

— parish of, i. 61, 69, 167, 199, 204-5, j 
207-8, 216-7, 22 °> 22 3> 22 9> 2 3M 
483, 486-7, 490, 528 ; ii. 40, 46, 93 i 



INDEX I. 



S. Peter-le-Bailey church (cent.) :— 
103-5, I0 ?> J 7 8 » 22S ~9> 2 3 8 , 2 4°> 
430, 439 ; iii. 66, 68, 232. 

3. Peter's in the East church, in 
Oriente — 

— mythical history, ii. 98. 

— called S. Peter and S. Paul church, 
i. 104; ii. 97. 

— Wood's history of, i. 105 ; ii. 2, 97- 
101. 

— site, i. 104 ; ii. p. vi, 91, 97. 

— incidental mention of, as a landmark, 
i. 106-10, 260-1,303,529, 556, 579- 
85, 635 ; ii. 497 ; iii. 64. 



— as a rectory, i. 376-7, 379, 382 ; iii. 
96-7. 

property of the rectory, i. 376-7, 

379> 38 2 , 388. 
rectors of, i. 377 bis, 379 bis, 380, 

388 ; ii. 26, 99, 447, 461 ; iii. 96-7. 

vicars of, iii. 96-7. 

patrons of, ii. 51, 99 ; iii. 96-7. 

' chapels' annexed to it, ii. 100. 

— as a vicarage, ii. 100 ; iii. 97. 
patrons of, iii. 97. 

vicars of, i. 106, 109, 349, 581-2, 

585; ii. 215, 479 ; iii. 97-9, 254. 



— benefactors, ii. 100-1. 

— property of, i. 99, 106, 130-1, 581, 
585 ; ii. 101, 447, 461. 

— parish rights of, ii. 479, 491. 

— documents of, i. 99 ; iii. 185. 

— register of, iii. 253. 



— use of, by the University in Lent, ii. 
98, 308 ; iii. 178. 

— use of, by S. Edmund hall, ii. 100 ; 
iii. 175, 181, 185, 255-8. 

— burials there by Queen's college, iii. 
175, 255-8. 

— burials there by S. Mary Magdalen 
hall, iii. 176-7, 183-5, 255-8. 

— burials there by Univ. coll., iii. 
2 54-7- 

— burials there by Hart hall, iii. 1 79— 
80, 182, 255-6. 

— anchorite of, i. 581 ; ii. 503. 



— arms in, iii. 121, 174-85. 

— monuments and inscriptions in, iii. 
109, 173-85, 240. 

— old glass in, iii. 184-5. 

— chancel of, ii. 98 ; iii. 173. 

— aisle north of chancel, iii. 177-81. 

— nave, or body of, iii. 173-7. 

— aisle north of nave, iii. 181-4. 

— west door, iii. 174. 

— crypt of, ii. 98 ; iii. 173. 

— underground passage to, ii. 98. 



S. Peter's in the East ch. (cont.) : — 

— chapels of, i. 131 ; ii. 100-1 ; iii. 
181-2, 185, 254. 

chantries in, i. 99 ; ii. 100-1. 

altars in, ii. 101. 

images in, ii. 100. 

mass in, ii. 100. 

— churchyard of, i. 103-4, 110, 581-2 ; 
ii. 98. 

— pulpit in churchyard, and sermons 
there, ii. 98-9. 

— baptisms in, iii. 253. 

— marriages in, iii. 254. 

— burials in, iii. 33, 173-86, 254-8. 



— parish of, i. 60, 75, 92, 97, 99-101, 
104, 106, 108-10, 127, 129-30, 132, 
134, J 74> i9*> 26 4> 2 94> 386, 4I1, 458, 
507-9, 514-6, 519-29, 573, 575, 577, 
579-82, 634, 640; ii. 61, 65, 101, 

I 57» x 7 8 > 4 2 i> 49 0 - 1 , 497, 5 2 45 
62, 64-5, 174, 177, 180, 234, 253. 

iS". Peter's in the West church, iii. 316. 

S. Peter's (in the East) almshouse, i. 
107, 522 ; ii. 496-7. 

S. Peter's (in the East) anchorhold, i. 
581 ; ii. 503. 

Peter, or S. Peter's, hall, i. 113, 117, 
598, 606 ; ii. p. vii. 

S. Peter's house, i. 522 ; ii. 496-7. 

S. Peter's, Gloucester, house of, in Ox- 
ford, ii. 248-9. 

Pettypont, i. 244, 409, 411, 421 ; ii. 
48 ; i. e. East bridge, q. v. 

le peynt post, i. 98. 

Peyntors hall, i. e. Painters, q. v. 

Phillip-hes-pece, i. 460. 

Philomelae aula, i. e. Nightingale hall, 

q- v - 

Phoenix inn, i. 80, 480, 524. 

Physic garden [Botanic Garden], i. 279, 

2 9 I "5, 396, 575> 611, 629; ii. 158, 

521-2, 527. 
Physic hall, i. 144, 146, 508, 635. 
[Picked], i. map ii. 
Pie hall, i. 508, 522. 
Piebakers, see Pye bakers, 
piepowders court, i. 502, 504-5. 
Pigmarket, i. 479, 491. 
Pike inn, i. 158. 
Pilate, i. e. Pilet, q.v. 
Pilet (Pylel) hall, dom us, or tenementum, 

i. 91-2, 99, 570, 573-4, 605 ; ii. 215. 
Pilet schools, i. 91, 570, 572, 574. 
Pill hall— 

(i) in S. Edward's parish, i. 538. 

(ii) in S. Peter's East parish, i. 
2 93> 635. 

(iii) in S. Mary Magdalen parish, i. 
355- 

Pill (Pylle) schools, i. 89 572 ; iii. 60. 



INDEX I. 



Pille (term), i. 535, 538 ; ii. 142. 
Pillory, i. 75, 225, 387, 478. 
Pinfold, i. 344. 
Piper's inn, i. 356, 361. 
Pirry, i.e. Perry hall, q.v. 
pistrina, i. 219. 
Pit, the, i. 185. 
Pittance hall, i. 169. 
placeae, i. 656. 
Plain, the, i. 286. 
Plato's well, i. 365-6, 439, 616-7. 
Plomer, Plommer, Plummer, hall, aula 
Plumbea — 

(i) in Grandpont, i. 297, 302-3 ; 

ii. 93- 

(ii) in S. Mary Magdalen parish, i. 
355- 

(iii) in S, Michael's North Gate 
parish, in Ship street, i. 67-8, 594, 
598-9 ; ii. p. vii. 

Plommerys, i. e. Plummerys place, q.v. 

[Plough inn], i. 227, 489. 

[Plover hall], i. 355. 

Plucer hall, i. 508, 522. 

Plumbea aula, i. e. Plomer hall, q.v. 

Plummer, i. e. Plomer hall, q.v. 

Plummerys place, i. 68. 

Poenitentia Jesu,fratres de, i. e. Poeni- 

teniarian friars, q.v. 
poletria, i. 493, 498. 
Polton, i. e. Pulton hall, q.v. 
Pompe tenementum, i. 124-5. 
Pompey, i, 634-5. 
Pope hall, i. 297-8. 
Port mead, see Portmeadow. 
Portionists hall, i. 4, 182-3, 185, 598, 

624 ; ii. p. viii : see also Postmasters. 
Portmans eyt, i. 329, 460, 464. 
Portmanmote, Portomote, i. 152, 203, 

220, 256, 509, 512 ; iii. 58. 
Portmeadow, i. 46, 58, 329, 353~5> 439> 

459-61, 465, 613-5, 6i7> 630; iii. 71. 
[Portmeadow bridge], i. 354. 
Portomote, i. e. Portmanmote, q. v. 
[Post Office], i. 617. 
[Postboy inn], i. 476. 
postern gates, i. 244-64, 646 ; ii. 539 ; 

iii. 63. 

Postern well, i. 260, 294, 438, 576, 577. 

Postmasters (Portionists) hall, i. 3-5, 
I 82~5, 510, 598, 624, 639: see also 
Little Merton hall, iii. 302, col. ii. 

Postmasters hall school, i. 183. 

[Pot stream], i. map ii. 

Poultery, Poulterers' row, i. 493, 498. 

Pound, the, i. 576. 

Pound, St. Clement's, i. 287. 

New Pound, ii. 244. 

Powle, i. e. Paul hall, q.v. 

Praedicatores fratres, i. e. Black friars, 
q.v. 



Preachers' bridge, i. 62, 251, 309-10, 

398, 409, 432 ; ii. 361, 410. 
Preachers lane, i. 297, 301-3. 
[Preachers' pool], i. map ii. 
Preaching friars, i.e. Black friars, q.v. 
Press, the Oxford, i. 84, 175-6. 
Prest net, ii. 149. 
Prest hey, i. 460. 
Prest house, i. 194. 
Prest land, i. 168. 

[Nether and Over Prest more], i. map 
ii. 

Priest, see Prest. 

Princes weirs, i. 467. 

printing in Oxford, i. 84, 175-6. 

Priory gate, ii. 431. 

Priory mill, i. 299, 405-6. 

prisons (gaols, jails), i. 70, 255-6, 269- 

70, 273, 276, 305, 339, 496, 626; ii. 

65, 85, 185 ; iii. 272, 278. 
Profunda aula, i.e. Deep hall, q.v. 
Profunda schola, i. e. Deep school, q.v. 
Public library, i.e. Bodleian, q.v. 
[Pudding lane], i. 628. 
Puellaris aula, i. 106, i. e. Maiden hall, 

q- v - jffl 

Pulchra aula, i. 508, i. e. Fair hall, q.v. 
Pulton (Polton) hall, i. 566, 594, 640. 
Pump, the two-faced, i. 63, 477, 633, 
645. 

Pun's, Tom, house, i. 259. 
Pury, i. e. Perry hall, q.v. 
Purie's place, i. 148. 
Puthulfes lock, i. 430. 
Puthulfes stock, i. 457. 
Putt mead, i. 460 ; ii. 308. 
Pye house, i. 493. 
Pye lane, i. 493. 
Pyebakers' place — 

(i) in S. Mary Virgin parish, in 
High street, i. 138, 144, 492. 

(ii) (?) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, i. 493. 

Pyke, de la, hospitium, i. 158. 
Pylet, i. e. Pilet, q. v. 
Pylle, i. e. Pill, q. v. 
Pynkeferthing street, i. 195. 
Pyper, i. e. Piper, q. v. 

Quadrivium, i. e. Carfax, q. v. 
Quakers' meeting-house, ii. 230. 
Quaking bridge, i. 313-6, 333> 4°9> 433> 

617; ii. 504. 
quarries, i. 49-50, 413. 
Quarrystone hall, i. 301, 303-4, 522. 
Quatervois, i. e. Carfax, q. v. 
Quattuor filiorum Edmundi aula, i. 

104. 

Queen hall, i. e. Queen s college, q.v. 
[Queen Street], i. 6, 8, 61, 204, 208, 
218, 228, 478, 482, 487; ii. 102. 



INDEX I. 



3*9 



^Jueen s college — 

— called Queen hall, aula Regina, i. 
579-84, 638. 

— called Queen's hall, i. 622, 637. 

— site, i. 100-1, 619 ; ii. p. vii. 

— incidental mention of, as a landmark, 
i. 109-10, 5S3-5. 

— studies of, i. 638. 

— members, i. 386, 627; iii. 175, 182, 
188,214, 255-8: ' taberdar,' iii. 256. 

— inner quadrangle, i. 101. 

— < close ' of, i. 583^ 

— chapel, ii. 271 ; iii. 105. 

— gardens of, i. 585. 

— wall of, i. 583. 

— water supply of, i. 449. 

— property of, i. 570, 

— Oxford property of, i. 100, 147, 580- 
4 5 23. 

— bury in S. Peter's East, iii. 175, 182, 
255-8. 

Queens hall, i. e. Queen's college, q. v. 
[Queen's lane], i. 101, 109-11. 

Rack hall, i. 301. 

[Rackham's lane], i. map ii. 

[Radcliffe Infirmary], i. 392-3, 619-20, 
634 : Library, i. 89-90 : Observatory, 
i. 394, 619-20, 634: Square, i. 98 : 
Street, i. 83. 

Ram hall, i. 147. 

Ram inn, i. 147-8. 

t [Randall's, alderman, house], i. 613. 
' [Randolph Hotel], i. 358. 
Raye hall, i. 522. 

Reading abbey, Oxford property of, i. 
i77- 

[Red house], i. 612. 
Red Lion, iii. 169. 

Reevemore 1 s, i. e. Revemore's well, q. v. 
Regale collegium, i. e. Oriel college, q.v. 
Reg(alis) coemiterii domns, i. 314-5. 
Regalis locus, i. 332, 435; ii. 290, 294, 
: 301 ; i. e. Rewley, q. v. 
Regina aula, i. e. Queen's college, q. v. 
Reginae collegium, i. e. Queen's college, 
q.v. 

Regis aula, see King s hall. 
Regium collegium — 

(i) Oriel college, q. v. 

(ii) Christ Church, iii. 100. 

(iii) Brasenose college, q. v. 
Regular Canons, see Augustinians. 
Rck hall, i. 301. 

Reley, i. 332, i. e. Rewley, q. v. 
Ressell, i. 433. 

Revemore's well, i. 439 ; ii. 205, 225. 
Rewley (Reley, Reuley, Ruly, Regalis 
locus), an island, with smaller de- 
pendent islands, in the branches of 
; Thames, in the west suburb, i. 316, 



Rewley {continued) : — 

3*9> 332-4, 39 8 , 402, 434-5, 455 5 
290, 294 ; iii. 71, 261. It was called 
also 'North Osney' island, i. 316, 
398; ii. 114, 290, 295-7, 3°i ; iii- 
315, col. i. 
Rewley abbey, abbatia Regalis loci, 
abbatia S. Mariae Regalis loci — 

— called also ' North Osney abbey,' ii. 
290, 295. 

— called ' Royal ' abbey, ii. 295. 

— Wood's history of, i. 16; ii. 119, 
290-304. 

— site, i. 279, 332 ; ii. p. vi, 290, 295, 

297, 3° r > 304. 

— incidental mention of, as a landmark, 

i- 3 X 9, 455 ; ii- 215, 4 2 4- 

— said to be an alien priory, ii. 294, 

3°3- 

— coat of arms of, ii. 303. 



— founder of, i. 366 ; ii. 295-6, 298- 
300, 303, 484. 

— foundation of, i. 333; ii. 292, 294-6. 

— dedication of, ii. 296, 302. 

— benefactors, i. 333; ii. 296, 300-1, 
304- 

— endowments, ii. 296-8, 300. 

— Oxford property of, i. 333-4, 352, 

357, 434-5. 62 7- 

— privileges of, ii. 301-2. 



— founded for Cistercian monks, ii. 290, 
292, 294-6. 

— perhaps was at first for Secular 
Canons, ii. 296. 

— sent monks to study in S. Bernard's 
college, ii. 305, 308. 

— number of monks at the foundation, 
ii. 296-7, 300. 

— number of monks at the dissolution, 
ii. 301. 

— abbots of, ii. 302. 

— members of, ii. 82, 304 ; Wood's 
Life and Times, iv. 286. 



— church of, ii. 217, 302, 408. 

dedicated to S. Mary, ii. 217, 302. 

chantry in, ii. 296. 

obits in, ii. 300. 

destruction of, ii. 304. 

— refectory, or hall, of, ii. 303. 

— chambers, or house, ii. 303. 

— stained glass in, ii. 303. 

— court, or quadrangle, of, ii. 303. 

— churchyard, or cemetery, of, i. 334 ; 
ii. 302. 

— — domus Reg(alis) coemiterii, i. 

3H-5- 

— tower of, ii. 472. 

— bells of, ii. 304. 



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INDEX I. 



Rewley abbey {continued') : — 

— gardens and walks of, i. 333, 402 ; 
ii. 297, 303. 

— fishponds of, ii. 303. 

— outer gate of, i. 332 ; ii. 301-2. 

— inner gate of, ii. 301, 303. 
coats of arms on, ii. 303. 



— dissolution of, ii. 301, 303-4. 

— destruction of the church of, ii. 304. 

— defacement of buildings in the Civil 
War, ii. 303. 

— remains in Wood's time, ii. 303. 

— now the site of a railway station, i. 
3 J 9- 

Rewley cemetery, iii. 319. 
Rewley garden, i. 333. 
Rewley gate, i. 332 ; and see supra. 
Rewley grounds, i. 402. 
Rewley lane, i. 332. 
Rewley lock, i. 333, 467 ; ii. 215, 302 ; 

iii. 262-3. 
Rewley mead, i. 461-2 ; ii. 304. 
[Rewley Road], i. 612. 
Rewley weir, i. 334. 
[Rhee, isle of], i. map ii. 
Richard, or S. Richard, hall, i. 508, 522. 
S. Richard school, i. 572. 
Ride hall, i. 143. 
Ringstock, i. 319. 

Roebuck inn, i. 75-6, 223, 477, 519-20. 
Roemyvall hall, i. 508, i. e. Runcevall, 
q. v. 

Roley, i. e. Rewley, q. v. 
Romcyvalle hall, see Runcevall. 
Rome, i. 344~5> 37 6 > 3 8 o. 

— cross at, i. 345, 376, 440. 

— windmill at, i. 345. 
Roncevall hall, i. e. Runcevall, q. v. 
Rose hall — 

(i) in Kibald street, i. 191-2, 569. 

(ii) in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, i. 
230 ; ii. 104. 

[Rose Lane], i. 294. 
Roseum, i. 319. 

Royal abbey, ii. 295, i. e. Rewley, q. v. 
Roymeyvale hall, i. 522, i. e. Runcevall, 
q. v. 

Ruley, i. e. Rewley, q.v. 
Runceval (Runcivall), domus, or hall, 

i. 103, 180, 508 (Roemyvall), 522 

(Roymeyvale). 
Runsive hall, i. 180, i.e. Runcevall, q.v. 
[Rushy], i. 626. 
Russell domus, i. 87, 122. 

Saccati ft -aires, fr aires de saccis, i. 473, 
476. 

[Sadler's mead], i. map ii. 

1 ' Schola legum in par. 



Salamon's hall, i. 523, 641. 
Salar, i. e. Soller hall, q. v. 
Sa/esurry, i. e. Salysurry, q. v. 
Salica insula, i. 463. 
Salisbury, i.e. Salysurry hall, q.v. 
Salle (Salley) tenemenium — 

(i) in S. Edward's parish, i. 161, 
606. 

(ii) in S. John Baptist's parish, i. ' 
5°9- . 

Salutation tavern, i. 477. \ 
Salutis desiderii aula, i. 639. 
[Salvation Army 1 barracks '], i. 613. 
Salysurry (Salisbury) hall, i. 85-7, 518, I 

599, 6 37> 639; ii. p. vii. 
Sampson hall, i. 1 70. 
sanctuaries, i. 82, 161, 565 ; ii. 156. 
Sand hall, i. 381, 384; ii. 52. 
Sandford lock, i. 429. . \ 

Sandhills, i. 458. 

Saracens-head hall, i. 131, 599; ii. p. I 
vii. 

Saracen's-head inn, i. 130-1. 
Sarysyns, i. e. Saracen's, q. v. 
Saucer (Sawcer) hall — 

(i) in S. Mary Magdalen parish, i. 
372 ; iii. 62. 

(ii) in S. Mildred's parish and lane, •[ 
i. 116. 

[Savings Bank], i. 151. 
Sawcer, i. e. Saucer, q. v. 
Scaccarii «w/# = Checquer hall, q.v. 
Schedewriters' street, i. 365, 493. 
Scheld, i. e. Shield hall, q. v. 
Schid, i. e. Shid lane, q. v. 
Schipsters hall, i. 186. 
Schitebarne lane, i. 142, 149, 156, 172- i 

3 ; ii. 280, 282. 
Scholarum vicus, Scholasticus vicus, \ 
Scholarum A rtium vicus, i. e. Schools | 
street, q.v. 1 
School hall, i. 163. I 
The Schools, i. 657 ; ii. 546. 

(i) in the legend of the University, 

i. 235- 1 

(ii) the old schools dispersed " 
throughout different streets and halls, ji 
i. 89-90, 657-8 ; e. g. Grammar 
schools, i. 118, 141, 183 ; but the 
Civil law 1 schools, mainly towards 
S. Edward's and S. Aldate's churches, , 
iii. 281, 286 ; the Canon law 
schools, mainly in S. Edward's 
parish, iii. 275 ; the Arts schools, in 
S. Mary's and S. Peter's in the East I 
parish, in Schools street (vicus Scho- 
larum Artium) and Cat street, from 
S. Mary's church to Smith gate, i. 
8 3~5> 8 9> 9 8 > 259; the Divinity 

. S. Mar. Virg.,' iii. 65. 



INDEX I 



321 



The Schools (continued) : — 
schools, in various halls, i. 570, 572- 
3, and convents, iii. 268, 272, 288. 

(iii) the schools of Arts collected in 
one building (perhaps called the 
1 great school,' i. 637), with a separate 
room for each ' art,' at the north end 
of Schools street and Cat street, i. 89, 
574 ; ii. p. vii, 215, 446: the Divinity 
school (the present building, ii. p. vii ; 
iii. 284) opposite to them on the 
west side of the street : the Civil law 
school also in one or two definite 
buildings, ii. p. vii ; iii. 281 : and the 
Canon law in another, ii. p. vii ; iii. 
275- 

(iv) the Divinity school, as in (iii) 
and at present ; the old Arts schools 
replaced in 1618 by ' the Schools/ i. 
83, 89, 92, 113, 259; ii. 451, 466: 
architects and builders of the 161 8 
Schools, iii. 120-1, 175, 190, 239, 
256. 

(v) the Arts schools of 1618 given 
up to the Bodleian library ; the New 
Examination schools of 1877 built in 
High Street, i. 89, 129. 

Schools, elementary, in Oxford, i. 620-1, 
623 ; ii. 236. 

Schools street (vicus Scholarum, vicus 
Scholarum Artium), i. 83-92, 95, 
98-9, in, 113, 117, 119, 134, 138, 
*59> 5i4> 57°- 2 > 637-8; ii. 26, 449- 
50- 

Schools Tower, the, i. 15, 21, 40, 247. 

Schulvingstole, see Shelvingstole. 

Schydiard street, i. 63, 138-45, 149, 
I7 2 > J74, 250, 257, 476, 493, 526, 
528, 536-7, 564; ii. 22, 73, 93, 188, 
278-81. 

Scidert, Scidrerde, i. e. Schydiard, ut 
supra. 

Scipton, i. e. Shipton, q. v. 

Scisset, i. 467. 

Scot hall, i. 1 1 2—3. 

scriptoris domus, ii. 448, 468. 

Sculksbath, i. 312. 

Scuti aula, i. e. Shield hall, q. v. 

[Seacourt], i. 325. 

Seckworth (Sevecourt), i. 280, 324-8, 
577-8. 

Seckworth bridge, i. 324-5. 
Seckworth church, i. 328. 
Seckworth mill, i. 328. 
Secular canons, see Augustinians. 
secunda aula, i. 189, 526. 
Segreave hall, i. 564 ; ii. 35. 
Segrim hall, i. 564-5 ; ii. 35. 
Segrym's houses, i. 193. 
Sekyll (Sykle) hall, i. 123-4, 599, 603; 
ii. p. vii. 

VOL. III. Y 



seld Alle, i. 189. 
Seld hall, i. 189, 526. 
Selden's Marmora, i. 112. 
Seler, i. e. Soller hall, q. v. 
Selverne hall — 

(i) in S. Ebbe's parish, i. 209. 

(ii) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High street, i. 134, 559, 561. 

Sessions-hall, i. 269. 

Setretons lane, i. 226. 

Sevecourt, i. e. Seckworth, q. v. 

[Seven Bridges Road], i. 319, 436,620. 

Seven-deadly-sins lane, i. 204, 208, 229. 

Seven stars, i. 349-50. 

sewers, the city, i. 176, 246, 362, 407. 

SewCs, i. e. Sewy's. 

Sewy's gate, i. 485. 

Sewy's lane, or twychen, i. 207, 219, 

222-3, 228-31, 485. 
Sewyne-child terra, ii. 314. 
Shall hall, i. 523. 

shambles, slaughterhouses, i. 307-8, 

480-3, 497, 612; ii. 209. 
Shauel hall, i. 523. 
Shedewr iters' street, i. 139, 257. 
Shedyard, Sheidiard, i. e. Schydiard 

street, q. v. 
Sheldonian, the, i. 631 ; the Theatre, 

iii. 141, 223. 
Sheldwryte street, i. 139. 
Shelvingstole (Shulwingstole), i. 297-8, 

305, 614. 

Shemyni hall, i. 637, i. e. Chimney 

hall, q. v. 
Shep, i. e. Ship hall, q. v. 
Shere, i. e. Shire lake, q. v. 
Shid lane, i. 360, 529. 
Shidiard, Shidrerde, see Schydiard. 
Shield (Sheld) hall, aula Scuti— 

(i) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High street, i. 132, 523. 

(ii) in S. John Baptist parish, in 
Kibald street, i. 190. 

(iii) in S. Mildred's parish, (?) in 
Turl street, i. 113, (?)ii7: perhaps 
a misplacing of no. (iv). 

(iv) in S. Mildred's parish and lane, 

i. 117-22, 523, 600; ii. p. vii. See 
no. (iii). 

(v) in S. Peter's East parish, i. 
107, no, 508, 523, 580, 583, 585. 

(vi) in East Gate street, i. 294. 

(vii) in S. Edward's parish, i. 523; 

ii. 277-9. 

Ship (Shep) hall— 

(i) in S. Edward's parish, i. 17 1-2, 
T74 ; ii. 277, 280. 

(ii) in S. Frideswyde's parish, ii. 
280. 

(iii) a third 'Ship hall' is the 
building facing Corpus Christi college 



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Ship hall {continued) : — 

from the north, shown in the Oxford 
Almanac for 1898. It is in S. Mary's 
parish ; was given to Lincoln college 
by John Randall, fellow r 5^7-99; and 
(?) about 18O0 demised to Oriel 
college. 

Ship inn, i. 66, 623. 

Ship lake, i. 466. 

Ship lane, i. 623. 

(Ship street], i. 64, 75, 227-8; ii. 228. 

Shipton, i. 283, i.e. Bolshipton manor- 
house, q. v. 

Shireburn (Shirborn) hall, i. 293, 508, 
524- 

Shire hall, i. 269. 

Shire (Shere) lake, i. 306, 415-7, 452, 

4n6, 459-6o, 466-7 ; ii. 170. 
Shiteboicm, i. e. Schitebarne lane, q. v. 
Shoe (Shoo) lane, i. 219, 222-3, 485, 

487. 

Shopes weir, i. 467. 
shore, see sewer. 

Shotover forest, i. 48, 338, 413 ; ii. 449, 

469, 522-3. 
Shulwingstole , see Shelvingstole. 
Shurburne, see Shireburn. 
Shydyard, see Schydiard. 
[Sidelongsl, i. map ii. 
Sidnam, see Sydenham. 
Sidred, i. e. Schydiard street, q. v. 
Silver hall, i. 114, 508, 524. 
Silver street, i. 72, 114-5, 492. 
Skelyng, camera de, i. 154, 252. 
Skinners' row, i. 483. 
Slatted hall, aula Tegulata, i. 92, 189, 

192. 

slaughter-houses , see shambles, Butchers' 
row. ; 

Slaughter lane, i. 308. 

Slaying (Sleying) lane, i. 251, 298-9, 
307-8, 310, 576-7, 628; ii. 316, 328. 

Slaying well, i. 251, 308, 439, 576-7. 

Slaying-well lane, i. 576-7. 

Small bridge, i. 317, 409, 434. 

Smethes place, i. 528. 

Smith. (Smeth, Smit, Smythe) gate — 

— description of, i. 259. 

— position of chapel at, i. p. vii, 243, 
259-60. 

— fishponds at, i. 263. 

— mentioned as a landmark for city 
moat, i. 263, 489. 

— mentioned as a landmark for city 
wall, i. 243, 258-61. 

— ment oned as a landmark inside the 
wall, for streets, i. 92, 108-10, 113, 
580-4 : and for buildings, i. 97-8, 
108 : and for persons, iii. 62. 

— mentioned as a landmark outside 
the wall, for Beaumont, i. 344-5 : j 



Smith gate {continued) : — 

for Holywell manor, i. 243, 260, 378, 
380, 382 : for streets, i. 347, 375-6, 
383, 504 : and for buildings, i. 372, 
374, 383; ii. 449, 455, 458. 

— in Wood's time ' Smith gate ' meant 
only a portion of the street, so named, 
there being no trace there of gate 
(i. 259), of moat (i. 263), or even of 
wall (i. 263). 

Smith-gate chapel, i. p. vii, 243, 259-60, 

625 ; ii. p. vi. 
Smith-gate well, i. 260, 389, 439. 
Snellege, i. 463-4. 
Soller (Salar, Seler, Solar) hall — 

(i) in S. Peter East parish, in High 
street, i. 131. 

(ii) in S. Edward's parish, in Bear 
lane, i. 162, 173-4, 600-1, 637, 640 
ii. p. vii, 37 : see also Sorrell hall. 

Solomon's, i. e. Salamon's hall, q. v. 
Somnore's (Somenore's) inn, i. 78, 22 
477- 

Somnore's lane, i. 64-5, 110-1, 124 

227, 258, 513, 524, 623. 
Somnore's lane gate, i. 65. 
Sorrell hall— 

(i) in S. Martin's parish, i. 78- 
225 : probably in error for the next. 

(ii) in S. Edward's parish, i. 173 
225 : possibly a duplicate of 'Soller 
hall,' q. v. 

South bridge, i. e. Grandpont, q. v. 

— site and description of, i. 307, 409 
416-22, 425-6; ii. 47-8, 499; ii 
253- 

— incidental mention as a landmar 

i. 150, 296, 305, 328, 405-6, 45 
458, 462-3, 465 ; ii. p. vi ; iii. 62. 

South-bridge causeway, i. 407, 41 
4 2 5- 

South-bridge gate, i. 425. 
South-bridge hermitage, i. 307, 422-4 

ii. p. vi, 498-500. 
South-bridge street, i. 296, 415-6. 
South-bridge tower, i. 313, 324; iii. 253 
South-east ward, i. 17, 36, 59-61, 119 

126-92, 214, 530, 570. 
South gate, porta Australis — ■ 

— as a landmark of the wards, i. 5$f 
127, 193. f 

— as a mark of streets and building 
in the city, i. 61, 193 ; ii. 58. 

— as a landmark of places in th| 
suburbs, i. 296, 298, 300, 303, 30; 
310, 405, 418, 458, 614 ; ii. 47-8, 31 f 
324- 

— as a landmark for the city wal 
i. 250-1. 

— site of, i. 1 64, 426. 

— description of, i. 250. 



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South gate {continued) : — 

— called ' Great' South gate, i. 307. 

— church at, i. 159, 164, 311; ii. 40, 
91 ; iii. 93, 95. 

— destruction of, i. 104. 
South-gate street, i. 61. 

Great South gate, i. 307, i.e. South 
gate, supra. 

Little South gate, i. e. Little gate, q. v. 

New South gate, i. 426. 

New South gate tower, i. e. South- 
bridge tower, q. v. 

South ham, i. 454. 

South Hinxsey, i. 416. 

South Osney abbey, ii. 295, i. e. Osney 
abbey, iii. 313-4- 

South suburbs, i. 37, 160, 164-5, 279-80, 
295-3io, 439-4o; ii. 3' 3-5, 358. 

South-west ward, i. 17, 37, 59-61, 152, 
193-213; ii. 53. 

Sowter hall. i. 569. 

Spalding court, i. 106-7, 1 41, 581-2, 

584; "ii. 497. 
Spalding's entry, i. 524; ii. 278, 281. 
Spalding house ; i. 524. 
Sparrow hall, aula Passerina, i. 355, 

37 r -2> 59 8 > 6 3 6 ; P- vii. 
speciarii domus, i. 523. 
spiceria, i. e. spicery, q. v. 
Spicer's hall — 

(i) in S. Mary Magdalen parish, 
i- 356, 361. 

(ii) in All Saints' parish, in High 
street, i. 146, 148, 508, 523. 

(iii) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High Street, i. 119, 133-4, 559 = but 
see (iv). 

(iv) in S. Mary's parish, i. 508, 
517 : perhaps a misplacing of (iii). 

(v) in S. Martin's parish : .see 
Spicer's house. 

Spicer's house, i. 517, 523. 

Spicers eyt, i. 462. 

Spicers inn, i. 224-5. 

Spicer's mead, i. 462. 

spicery (spiceria), i. 80-1, 480, 487, 

49 1 , 494> 49 8 - 

Spital, the, ii. 496. 
i Spitle stock, i. 462, 467. 
1 Spitle's eyt, i. 462. 
; Spitoes eyt, i. 462. 
! Spread-eagle inn, i. 476. 
; Spryngale's court, i. 529. 
1 Spurs lane, i. 138. 
! Spycers, see Spicer's. 
I Spytel, see Spitle. 
\ Stable hall, i. 110. 
! staching, i. 455. 
1 Stafford farm, ii. 506. 

Stamick water, i. 433. 
■ Stanton, i. e. Staunton hall, q. v. 



stanulta coemiterii B. M. V., i. 99. 
stapellis, domus cum, i. 119, 520, i.e. 

Staple hall, q. v. 
Staple (Stapill, Stapled) hall, aula 

Stapulina — 

(i) in S. Mildred's parish and lane, 

i. 119-20, 122, (?) 520. 

(ii) in S. Mary's parish, in School 
street, i. 91, 508, (?) 520, 596, 599, 
601, 637, 639 ; ii. p. vii. 

(iii) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, in Ship street, i. 65-8 ; ii. 
89. 

(iv) in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, in 
Castle street, i. 217. 

(v) in S. Edward's parish, in 
Schydiard street, ii. 278. 

(vi) in S. John Baptist parish, i. 
569. 

(vii) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High Street, i. 133. 

(viii) (?) in S. Peter's East parish, 
(?)near Smith gate, i. no. 

Stapledon hall, i. 112-3, 622, i.e. 

Exeter college, q. v. 
Staple-ledyn hall, i. 66-7. 
Stapleston domus, ii. 448, 460. 
Stapulina aula, i. e. Staple hall, q. v. 
Stapul-ledyn hall, i. 66-7. 
Star inn, i. 225-6; ii. 228, 238; iii. 

252. 

Stars, the seven, or eight, i. 349-50. 
Staunton hall, i. 133, 135, 561. 
Stene, i. e. Stone ford, q. v. 
S. Stephen's hall — 

(i) in S. Mildred's parish, in Exeter 
lane, i. 113. 

(ii) (?) in S. John's or S. Aldak's 
parish, i. 522. 

Stiwent priory, Oxford property of, ii. 
474- 

Stock (Stoke) well, i. 365-6, 439, 529. 
Stockhouse, i. 343; old Stockhouse, i. 
344- 

Stocking row, i. 478, 494, 497. 
stocks, the, i. 317, 387, 576 ; iii. 125. 
Stockwell, a district, ii. 115. 
Stockwell hall, i. 98. 
Stockwell mead, i. 430, 457, 460, 462 ; 

ii. 170 ; iii. 64. 
Stockwell school, i. 98, 573. 
Stockwell street, i. 215-6, 347, 355, 

3 6 3> 365-7°. 4 6 4; »• 62 > 11 5> 2 4>\ 
251, 261, 363,415,417,419,421,424; 
iii 64. 

Stockwell street hospital, i. 355, 369 ; 
ii. 417, 495-6- 

Stodley (Studley) hall, i. 148, 508. 

Stodley (Studley) priory, Oxfoid pro- 
perty of, i. 72, 74, 107, 119-22, 124, 
151, 196, 219, 466, 481, 485, 491, 



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INDEX I. 



Stodley priory {continued) : — 

519, 520, 580, 583; ii. 52, 520; iii. 
65, 67. 

Stodley's (Studley's) inn, i. 81, 148, 
5 3 4- 

Stodley (Studley) schools, i. 89, 572. 
Stoke (Stokes) hall, i. 68-9, 508. 
Stoke, i. e. Stock well, q. v. 
Stokhouse, see Stockhouse. 
Stokwell, see Stockwell. 
Stone causeway, i. 461. 
Stone ferry, i. 410. 
Stone ford — 

(i) at Magdalen bridge, i. 410. 

(ii) at Mesopotamia, i. 576. 
Stone hall, aula Lapidea, i. 507-8, 524. 
[Stone's almshouses], iii. 165. 
stoquinarium, i. 478, 494, 497. 

Stow wood, i. 48, 413 ; ii. 507. 

Stowford farm, ii. 506-7. 

Stowford well, ii. 507. 

Straminea aula, i. 92, (?) = Thatched 

hall, q. v. 
Strawell, see Strowell. 
streets, i. 652-4 ; ii. 540. 

— plans of parts of, i. p. vii, 90, 113 : 
Wood's Life and Times, ii. 156 ; iv. 
167. 

— raising of level of, in Oxford, i. 47, 

365>396, 575- 
Strowell — 

(i) a spring, i. 438 ; ii. 514. 

(ii) a 4 tillage,' ii. 506. 
Stub lake, i. 466. 

Studley, hall, priory, &c, see Stodley. 

Suburbs, i. 17, 37, 40, 60, 214, 254, 264, 
279-81, 500, 619; ii. 96, 105, 109, 
181-2, 191, 264-5, 658 ; iii. 67, 70. 

Summaster's lodgings, i. 213. 

Summer lane, i. 66. 

Sun inn, i. 222, 225. 

Sury, sutoria, i. 71, 75, 485, 490, 494, 

495> 498- 
Suvecord, i. e. Seckworth, q. v. 
Suscote leas, i. 483. 
sutoria, see Sury. 
[Swan brewery J, i. 313. 
Swan court, i. 147. 
Swan's hall, i. 145-7. 
Swan inn, i. 81, 142, 145-7, I 7 2 ~3, 47^, 

565. 

Swan-inn yard, i. 81, 476. 
Old Swan inn, i. 198. 
Swan-on-t he-hope, i. 146. 
Swan's nest, i. 313, 432. 
Swanbourne inn, i. 1 50. 
swans, the City, i. 313. 
Swarth, King's, see Kingswarth. , 
Sweting hall, i. 508, 525. 
Swiffin's weir, i. 417. 
Swinechild terra, ii. 314. 



Swinefcll farm, i. 463. 

Swincford, see Swinford's. 

Swinesull (Swinehull, Swineshull, Swin- 

sell, &c), a piece of land beyond 

Folly Bridge, i. 423-4, 452, 458, 

462-3, 466. 
Swinesull closes, i. 463. 
Swinesull farm, i. 424, 463. 
Swinesull water, i. 406, 424-5, 465-6. 
Swinford's, Swynnesford's, entry, i. 524 ; 

ii. 277, 279. 
Swyndlestock tavern, i. 203-4. 
Swynechild, see Swinechild. 
Swyneshull, see Swinesull. 
Swynnesford, see Swinford's. 
Sydenham mead, ii. 191. 
Sykle, i. e. Sekyll hall, q. v. 
Sylver, i. e. (Silver, or) Turl street, q. v. 
Synagogues of the Jews, i. 157, 564; ii. 

540; iii. 299. 
Synkacres, ii. 507. 
Sywyria, i. 493-4, 498. 



Tabard inn — 

(i) in All Saints' parish, in High 
street, i. 149. 

(ii) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High street, i. t 30. 

Tabard-on-the-hope, i. 130. 
Tackley's (Takley's) inn — 

(i) in S. Mary the Virgin parish, in 
High street, i. 144-5, 525, 600, 637, 
639 ; ii. p. vii. 

(ii) in S. Mary Magdalen parish, i. 

356, 375- 
Tailors 1 row, i. 495. 
tannery, i. 497 ; ii. 208. 
tanpits, i. 246-7, 407. 
Taurina aula, i. e. Bull hall, q. v. 
Tavern, i. 63, i. e. the Mermaid, q. v. 
Teckew gate, i. 293-4. 
Tegulata aula, i. e. Slatted hall, q. v. 
Tellmull lane, i. 290. 
Templars, the Knights, iii. 61. 

(i) own the manor of Temple 
Cowley, i. 290, 311, 401,403, 507. 

Oxford property of, i. 284. 

own Templars' mill, q. v. 

(ii) own the manor of Sandford-on- 
Thames, Oxfordshire, i. 311, 429: 
Wood's Life and Times, iv. 109. 

Oxford property of, i. 360: see 

Templariorum domus, infra. 

Templariorum domus, foedum, in Stock- 
well street, i. 369 ; ii. 248. 

Templars' (Temple) mill, i. 290, 3", 
315, 401, 403. 

Temple hall — 

(i) (?) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High street, i. 130, 5 25. 



INDEX I. 



3 2 5 



I Temple hall {continued) :— 

(ii) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
Queen's lane, i. 101, 581, 583-5 ; ii. 
101. 

Temple mill, i. e. Templars' mill, q. v. 
Temple-mill lane, i. 290. 
Tenchwick inn, i. 639, 641. 
Tengwick, see Tingwick. 
Thames, the, Thamesis, Thamisia — 

— source and course, i. 397. 

— floods in, i. 610, 612, 630. 

— course on the north-west of Oxford, 
i. 11, 398, 455, 630; ii. 129. 

— course on the west of Oxford, i. 252, 
334, 39 8 > 434-6 ; ii. 7, 45, 4'9> 424, 
436. 

— course on the south of Oxford, i. 47, 
264, 300, 304, 395, 39 8 > 4 I 5> 417, 
424, 452, 456-7, 465-6 ; ii. 316-7, 
360-1, 396. 

— navigation from Oxford to London, 
i. 427-31. 

— navigation above Oxford, i. 398. 

— fisheries in, i. 399 ; iii. 287. 

— ' Isis,' q.v., is 'Lelandese ' for Thames, 
I 396-7. 

Thames street, i. 8, 253, 334, 362-5, 
434, 616 ; ii. 435 : see also George 
lane. 

Thatched '(?) hall, i. 189. 
Theatre, see Sheldonian. 
Theford domus, i. 168. 
I Thelmes place, i. 529. 
Thodeney mead, i. 464. 
S. Thomae aditus, i. 599. 
S. Thomas chantry, in S. Mary's church, 

i. 87, 584,- ii. 22 ; iii. 313. 
S. Thomas chapel — 

(i) in Osney abbey church, ii. 115, 
117, 219. 

(ii) = S. Thomas church, q. v., i. 
\ 434 ; ii. 193. 

8. Thomas (the Martyr) church — 
• — Wood's history of, ii. 2, 11 2-7, 208. 
\ — called S. Thomas chapel, i. 434 ; ii. 
!93-4- 

— called S. Nicholas chapel, q. v., ii. 
112, 1 15-7, 338 ; iii. 259. 

— site of, i. 314-9, 433 ; ii. p. vi, 1 1 2-3, 
115, 202. 

— foundation of, ii. 112-3, 115, 193-4, 
219. 

— dedication of, ii. n 3-7. 

— patronage of, ii. 113-4, 117. 

— benefactors of, ii. 117; iii. 263. 

— documents of, ii. 117: register of, 
iii. 209, 259. 

■ — chancel of, ii. 116 ; iii. 193-4. 

— nave (body) of, ii. 116; iii. 193. 
( — door of, ii. 116. 

— porch of, iii. 194. 



S. Thomas church (continteed) : — 

— tower of, ii. 11 5-6. 

— stained glass in, ii. 116 ; iii. 194. 

— baptisms in, iii. 259. 

— marriages in, iii. 234, 260. 

— burials in, ii. 117 ; iii. 260-4. 

— monuments and inscriptions in, ii. 
116 ; iii. 192-3. 

— clergy of, iii. 194, 260, 263. 

— parish- clerk of, iii. 260. 

— parish of, i. 268, 280, 314-7, 319, 
360, 364, 366, 403, 433-4, 459, 528, 
575; ii. 6, 47, 97, 113, 116-7, 159, 
178, 188-9, *94> 200, 2I 9> 226, 261, 
4 1 5-6, 477- 504; in - 216, 232, 259- 
64. — There seems to have been some 
doubt whether Gloucester hall was to 
be counted as in S. Thomas parish, or 
in S. Mary Magdalen parish, iii. 259- 
62. 

boundary-stones of, i. 364, 575. 

S. Thomas entry (aditus), i. 599. 
S. Thomas fraternity or gild, i. 314. 
S. Thomas hall— 

(i) (?) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, i. 227, 508, 525. 

(ii) in S. Mildred's (afterwards S. 
Michael's North Gate) parish and 
lane, i. 118-20, 122, 561, 600: dis- 
tinguished as 1 Little ' S. Thomas 
hall. 

(iii) in S. Mary's parish, in Cat 
street, i. 94, 641. 

(iv) in All Saints' parish, in High 
street, i. (?) 133, 146-7, 173, 476 : 
gate of, i. 147, 173. 

(v) in S. Mary's parish, in Schools 
street, = aditus S. Thomae, i. 599. 

[S. Thomas' High Street], i. 314. 
S. Thomas house, i. 94, (?) 314. 
Thorald (Torold, Turold, Thurald) 

corner, i. 108. 
Thorald domus, i. 108. 
Thorald gate, i. 258 ; iii. 62-3. 
Thorald hall, i. 98, 108-9, 5° 8 : 57 1 \ 

iii. 62. 

Thorald's ham, i. 464 ; iii. 62. 
Thorald lane, i. 508. 
Thorald schools, i. 89, 108, 571,573-4. 
Thorald street, i. 108-9, ill. 
Thornbury, i. 321; ii. 42 (' Thornlye '), - 

124, 142 : = Binsey, q.v. 
Three burhhes croft, i. 464. 
Three crosses hall, i. 185. 
Three gates inn, i. 489. 
Three goats inn, i. 71, 489. 
Thrill, i. e. Turl gate, q. v. 
Tile hall, i. 622. 
Timber yard — 

(i) at S. Frideswyde's, ii. 158, 502. 

(ii) at White Friars', ii. 431, 444. 



3^6 



INDEX I. 



Tingwiek (Tinswick, Tenchwick) hall, 
or Inn, i. 94, 567-8, 572, 635, 639, 
641. 

Tole (Toll) bridge, at Godstow, i. 354, 
576. 

S. Toll's church, ii. 34; iii. 39: parish, 

i. 457, i. e. S. Aldate's, q. v. 
Torald, i. e. Thorald, q. v. 
Tower ham, i. 423, 427, 628. 
Tower hill, i. 251, 298. 
(Tower Walk, Ch. Ch.], i. 613. 
towers of the city wall, i. 244-64, 658. 
lowers, in Oxford, i. 658 ; ii. 547 ; iii. 

253- 

[Town-clerk's office], i. 623. 
Town ditch, see moat. 
[Town hall], i. 152, 623, 626, 
[Town-hall yard], i. 487. 
Trabinea aula, i. e. Beam hall, q. v. 
iractabilis pons, i. 433, 437. 
trees, notable — 

— the great ash, i. 50. 

— the geroldin, i. 137. 

— the great oak, i. 618. 
Trentle hall, i. 300-1, 303-4. 
Treppenhall (Trepenhole), i. 350, 455, 

464. 

Tresham lane, i. 148, 156, 159-61, 478 ; 

ii. 56-7, 494. 
Tres-bergae croft, i. 464. 

Trill gate, i. 258, i. e. Turl gate, q. v. 
Trill mill, i. 200, 298-9, 398 ; ii. 37 ; 

iii. 59. 

Trill stream, i. e. Trillmill stream, q. v. 
Trillmill bow, i. 299-300, 398, 405, 

409, 415 ; iii. 59 (by implication). 
Trillmill hall, i. 299-301, 304; ii. 39. 
Trillmill stream, Trill stream, i. 298-9, 

302, 307-9* 39 8 , 4°4~ 6 > 4 r 5» 4 26 > 

432, 481 ; ii. 361, 410. 
Trillocfc's inn, i. 230, 608, 640 ; ii. 

p. vii. 
Trimstede hall, i. 638. 
Trinitarian friars, fratres S. Trinita- 

tis — 

[This is the most confused part of 
Wood's treatise. The source of con- 
fusion is Wood's assumption that 
there were two Trinity chapels at 
East gate, an old one within the gate, 
i. 103 ; ii. 479 ; and a new one outside 
the gate, i. 103, 293-4 ; ii. 478. 

Consequent on this assumption, 
another follows, viz. that they had at 
one time a mansion inside the wall, 
at another time outside the wall. 
Wood in some places says that their 
first mansion was within the wall, 
and that they went thence outside, i. 
103 ; ii. 483-4. In another place, he 
puts them first outside the wall, ii. 



Trinitarian friars {continued) : — 
478 ; then inside, ii. 480 ; and then 
outside again, ii. 481. The assump- 
tion of two chapels is probably wrong, 
ii. 483 ; and the assumption of migra- 
tion of their mansion from within to 
without the wall, or vice versa, has 
probably arisen from misinterpreting 
their purchase of lands under the city 
wall: see infra. Setting these as- 
sumptions aside, we can get, as 
follows, an intelligible account of 
these friars and their Oxford house.] 



— Wood's history of, i. 20, 293 ; ii. 
120,478-88. 

— origin of, i. 103 ; ii. 483. 

— special object of the order, ii. 483. 

— dress of, ii. 483, 487. 

— members of the order, i. 600 ; ii. 
479, 482, 485-6. 



— arrival in Oxford, ii. 478. 

— founder of their Oxford house, i. 103 ; 
ii. 300, 478-9, 484. 

— enlargement of their site and build- 
ings by lease from the City of Oxford, 
their founder being dead (i. 103), ii. 
479-80, 485 : under terms of distraint 
which afterwards proved their ruin, ii. 

479, 485. 

— benefactors, ii. 388, 488. 

— members of their Oxford house, ii. 
479, 485 : and in its decay, i. 600 ; ii. 
482, 487. 



— they acquire from the City of Oxford 
waste land inside (? and outside) the 
city wall, i. 103, 108, 259-60, 580, 
583, 585. 

— this land they sell to Merton college, 
i. 127 ; ii. 480 : and to the founder of 
New college, i. 580, 583; ii. 481. 



— site of their Oxford house outside 
East gate, i. 244-5, 2 9 r » 2 93> 295; 
ii. p. vi, 478, 481-7. 

— their chapel, ii. 486. 

This was probably an old chapel, 
Trinity chapel, outside East gate (ii. 
483) : acquired from S. Frideswyde's 
priory (ii. 480, 484) : and taken into 
the set of buildings begun by their 
founder (ii. 484-5). But, owing to 
the erroneous assumption mentioned 
supra, Wood, in one place, represents 
the founder as building a new chapel, 
ii. 478. Their use of it was sane- 



INDEX L 



327 



Trinitarian friars (continued) : — 
tioned by the Rector and Vicar of 
S. Peter's in the East, ii. 479. 

— their chapel, chantry instituted in it, 
ii. 479, 484-5. 

churchyard attached to, 11. 479. 

destruction of, ii. 482, 487. 

— their house, outside East gate, begun 
by their founder, ii. 478, 481, 484: 
enlarged, after the founder's death 
(i. 103 \ on ground belonging to the 
City of Oxford, ii. 479, 485. 

this house is frequented by students 

of the order from other houses, i. 638 ; 
ii. 485-6. 

destruction of it, ii. 482, 487. 



— the Trinitarians in Oxford are wasted 
by pestilence, ii. 481, 485. 

— their Oxford house and lands get into 
the clutches of the Crown lawyers, ii. 
478, 481, 485. 

— and into the hands of the City of 
Oxford, ii. 481-2, 485-6: owing to 
the gross negligence of an officer of 
the order, ii. 486. 



- their house, held by the City of 
Oxford in pawn, becomes a hall, 
partly for academical students as well 
as for students of the Trinitarians, i. 

293, 575. 6oo > 6 35 5 4 82 -3> 4 86 ~7 : 
called Trinity hall. 

- their chapel was used by members of 
this hall, ii. 487 : and by the City of 
Oxford at the mayor's procession, ii. 
487. 

- principals of the hall, i. 600 ; ii. 482, 
487. 



- their chapel being destroyed at the 
dissolution of religious houses (ii. 482, 
487), the house becomes an almshouse, 
i. 575 ; ii. 487. 



— the house is destroyed, ii. 482, 487. 
Trinitatis aula, i.e. Trinity hall, q.v. 
Trinitatis domus, i.e. the house of the 

Trinitarian friars, ut supra, i. 293, 295, 
638511.483. 
Trinity almsmen — 

— (?) whether a survival from the poor 
scholars of 'Trinity house,' ii. 482, 
487 : and at first housed there, i. 575. 

— their number, dress, and ways, ii. 
487-8. 

— benefactors to, i. 314; ii. .488, 504. 

— later history, ii. 488. 

Trinity anchorite, ii. 482, 487, 503. 



Trinity, Brethren of the Holy, i.e. 
Trinitarian friars, q. v. 

Trinity chapel — 

[Wood is very confused in his 
account of this building, see iii. 326. 
He assumes that there were two such 
chapels at East gate, an old one 
inside the gate, i. 102 ; ii. 479 : and 
a new one outside, i. 103, 293-4; ii. 
478. But this is probably wrong, ii. 
483 ; iii. 326 : and there was only one 
chapel, an ancient one, outside East 
gate.] 

— Wood's history of, i. 16, 293 ; ii. 479. 

— Twyne's notice of, iii. 197. 

— Trinity chapel outside East gate, i. 
111, 293-4, 580; ii. p. vi, 486. 

— (?) was it a parish church, i. 102. 

— called Trinity church, i. 311 ; ii. 40. 

— owned and served by S. Frideswyde's 
priory, i. 102-3 > 480. 

— acquired by and served by the Trini- 
tarian friars, iii. 326. 

— neglected by, through the fault of an 
officer of the order, ii. 481, 485. 

— used as a chapel by the students of 
Trinity hall, i. 293 ; ii. 487. 

— held in pawn by and served by the 
City of Oxford, ii. 482, 486. 

— anchorite of, ii. 482, 487, 503. 

— used by the City on occasion of 
the mayor's procession, ii. 487. 

— destruction of, ii. 482, 487. 
Trinity college — 

— founded in Durham college, q.v., i. 
258 ; ii. 265, 274. 

— founder of, ii. 274. 

— old chapel of, ii. 274-5 » iii- 2 ^ 1 > 2 ^3- 
organ of, ii. 275. 

screen of, ii. 271, 275. 

stained glass in, ii. 274. 

vestry of, ii. 272. 

— library of, ii. 255, 274 ; iii. 138. 

— chambers of, ii. 274. 

— new (16 7-) buildings, i. 360. 

— president's lodgings, ii. 271-2, 275. 

— garden, i. 7. 

— back-gate, i. 360. 

— members of, i. 5, 10, 12, 14, 22, 373 ; 
ii. 13, 245, 275; iii. 137-8, 141, 143-5, 
218, 224-8, 260-1, 263. 

Trinity friars, i.e. Trinitarian, q.v. 
Trinity hall — 

(i) in Grandpont, i. 303-4. 

(ii) outside East gate, in the house 
of the Trinitarian friars, sec supra. 

Trinity house, see Trinitatis domus. 
Trinity lane, i. 294-5 ; ii. 159. 
Trinity men, i.e. almsmen, see supra. 
[Trout inn, Godstow], i. 354. 
Trubina aula, i.e. Beam hall, q. v. 



328 JND 

Trvll, i.e. Trill gate, q.v. 
7u bruggc, i. 409. 
\ Tumbling bay ], i. 612. 
Turald, i.e. Thorald, q.v. 
Turl gate, i. 64, 11 1, 113, 257-8; iii. 
62-3. 

Turl-gate street, i. 114, 123-6. 
[Turl street], i. 72, 80, 114, 124. 
Turo/d, i.e. Thorald, q.v. 
Twenty-acre, i. 314, 343, 464; ii. 115, 

182, 186-7, I 9 I - 
[ Twenty-pound meadow], i. map ii. 

ulmo, aula cum, i. 92, 104, i.e. Elm 

hall, q.v. 
Ulward's well, i. 354. 
Uneham, i. 463. 
Unicorn hall, i. 144, 509, 525. 
[Union Society's rooms], i. 226. 
[Union workhouse], i. 393-4 
[United Methodist Free Church], i. 255. 
University acres, i. 340, 350. 
University, church of the, ii. 1, 2, 14-33 ; 

iii. 306. 

University, Oxford property of the — 

— in S. Aldate's parish, i. 21 1-2. 

— in S. Edward's parish, i. 161. 

— in S. Giles' parish, i. 347, 350, 356. 

— in S. John Baptist's parish, iii. 68. 

— in S. Mary Magdalen parish, i. 340, 

343, 35°, 37 2 5 i»- I 4 T - 

— in S. Mary's parish, i. 87, 94, (?) 98, 
142-3, 219; iii. 65. 

— in S. Michael's North Gate parish, i. 
Hi ; ii. 235, 240-1, 244-5. 

— in S. Peter's East parish, i. 91, 97, 
no, (?) 131, 188, 292-3, 516, 567-8, 
582. 

University college — 

— "Wood's history of, i. 17, 552-63. 

— the King Alfred legend, i. 87, 133-4, 

55 2 "3, 559- 

— the ' Lewys Chapyrnay ' forged 
' charter of William of Durham,' i. 
87, "9» J 35, Mi, 560-2; ii. 520. 

— documents of, i. 87, 119-21, 141, 
223, 560: Wood's Life and Times, 

iv. 171. 



— founder of, i. 554-6; ii. 263. 

— first endowment of, i. 556. 

— benefactors of, i. 558 ; iii. 138. 

— successive codes of statutes, i. 557-9. 

— seal of, i. 559. 

— members of, i. 24, 119, 124, 190, 
192, 562-3 ; ii. 12, 100, 393 ; iii. 180, 
214, 239, 243, 245, 247, 254-7. 

— bury chiefly in S. Mary Virgin church, 
iii. 239, 243, 245, 247: but also in 
S. Peter's East church, iii. 254-7. 

— studies of, i. 638. 



X L 

University college {continued') : — 
— Oxford property of — 

in All Saints' parish, i. 79, 123 4, 

126, 476. 

in S. Giles' parish, i. 356 ; ii. 310, 

496. 

in S. Martin's parish, i. 225. 

in S. Mary Magdalen parish, i. 

361. 

in S. Mary's parish, i. 87, 141-2, 

556, 561. 

in S. Mildred's parish, i. 119-25. 

in S. Peter-le- Bailey parish, i. 

223. 

in S. Peter's East parish, i. 99, 

101, 107, 130-1, 133, 187-8, 192, 
556, 561, 580, 583. 

in the South suburb, i. 425, 453, 

498. 

in the Vv est suburb, i. 460. 



— called ' Magna aula Universitatis,' i. 
453, 560, 637. 

— called 'Great University hall/ i. 120, 
133-4, J 4 2 , 343, 47 6 - 

— called ' Muchel University hall,' i. 
580. 

— called 'University hall,' i. 126, 223, 
583, 622. 

— called ' Aula Universitatis,' i. 569. 

— site of, i. 132-3, 187-8, 190-1, 559, 
561, 619; ii. p. vii. 



— incidental mention as landmark, i. 

88> 9 X > 6 35; n - 2l6 - 

— front of, to High street, i. 133. 

— chapel, ii. 271. 

— treasury, i. 560. 

— Master's lodgings, i. 133. 

— ball-court, i. 19 1-2. 

— walk, i. 132, 190. 

University college schools, i. 89, 573. 

University court, i. 131. 

University hall, Aula Universitatis — 

(i) = University college, see supra. 

(ii) i. 600, 637 = Little University 
hall (i). 

(iii) i. 601 = Little University hall 
("). 

Great University hall, Magna aula Uni- 
versitatis = University college, see 
supra. 

Little University hall, Parva aula Uni- 
versitatis — 

(i) in S. Mary's parish, in Schools 
street, i. 87, 556, 560-1, 600, 637 
('Aula Universitatis'), 638 ; ii. p. vii. 

(ii) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High street, i. 133, 560, 601, 639. 

[University Park], i. 344, 466. 
[New University Walk], i. 612. 



INDEX I. 



329 



1 unnamed halls, aulae innominatae, i. 80, 
91, 98, 106, 122, 126, 259, 294, 356, 
381, 383, 5°7> 509. 526-7, 638. 
unnamed lanes, i. 80, 98, 100, 102, 
108-9, ll 9> J 7 6 , 2I 7> 2 3o, 2 5 2 , 296, 
299, 304, 347, 35 6 , 5 2 9 > »• ^8, 360, 
396. 

unnamed meadows, i. 465. 

unnamed schools, i. 126. 

Uppelong furlong, ii. 507. 

[Upper Fisher Row], i. 333. 

Urban hall, i. 535, 537~9, 5 88 , 601, 

639 ; ii. p. viii. 
Ursae hospitium , i.e. Bear inn, q.v. 
Utte mead, i. 464. 

Vadum Oxenford, iii. 315. 
Vatican, i. e. Bodleian library, iii. 152. 
vaults, see cellars. 
Veale hall, i. 565-6. 
venellae, vici, i. 652. 
Vicinis hall, i. 525. 
Vicoiies court, i. 529. 
* Vine (Vigne) hall, aula Vinea — 

(i) in S. Edward's parish, i. 171-4, 
J 9 2 , 579, 597-6oi, 606-8, 637, 640; 

ii. p. viii, 8, 175, 278, 281-2 ; iii. 29, 
58, 66. 

(ii) (?) in S. John Baptist's parish, 
in Kibald street, i. 190-1, 635. 

(iii) in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, 
i. 205-7. 

(iv) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, in Ship street, i. 66, 509, 525. 

(v) in S. Martin's parish, i. 66, 225. 
Vine-hall lane, i. 172 ; ii. 278. 

j Vintry, vinetria, i. 152, 494, 498. 
Vitrea aula, i. e. Glassen hall, q. v. 
Vitriarii domus, i. 573, i. e. Glassen 

hall, q. v. 
Vox (Fox) hall, ii. 277-9. 
Vyne, i. e. Vine hall, q. v. 

Wadham college — 

— founder and foundress of, ii. 457, 471 ; 

iii. 221-2. 

— foundation of, i. 504; ii. 457, 471. 

— founded in the old Austin friary, 

i- 259, 383; 449. 457- 8 , 47 1 - 

— site of, i. 375, 504. 

— garden of, i. 7. 

— chapel of, burials in, iii. 219-20, 
i 222, 231. 

— outer chapel, burials in, iii. 221. 

— cloister (claustrum, cemiterium) of, 
iii. 220-1. 

— members of, i. 25, 325; ii. 13; iii. 
114, 191, 219-22, 231, 251. 

— chaplain of, iii. 222. 

\ — manciple of, iii. 221: butler of, iii. 
221. 



wakes, i. 621, 631. 

Walcote's bower, i. 49. 

Waldri aula, i. 509, 525. 

S. Walery, honour of, lands of, in and 
near Oxford, i. 316; ii. 112, 193, 
200, 297, 301 : court of the honour 
held in Oxford, ii. 297, (?) 304. 

wall of Oxford, i. 37, 47, 56-9, 64, 
66-7, 83, 98, 102-3, 105, 108-12, 
127-8, 164-5, J 76, J 8o, 193, an, 
213-4, 228-9, 232-64, 334, 37 1 , 376, 
407, 412, 437, 519, 540, 575, 577, 
579-81, 583-5, 614, 619, 628, 635; 

ii. 155, 158, 188, 357-8, 360, 396; 

iii. 63. 

wallanda, i. 240; ii. 86. 

Waller and seld., i. 361. 

Walton, a suburb of Oxford to the 
north, i. 240, 284, 343~55> 378, 453~5 > 
ii. 62, 66, 149, 180-2, 186-8, 191, 

194-5. 
[Walton Bridge], i. 353. 
Walton cross, i. 349, 440. 
Walton farm, i. 347. 
Walton fields, i. 353; ii. 308. 
Walton ford, i. 439, 614-5. 
Walton manor, or manors, i. 347-8, 

352, 439, 615, 627. 
Walton manor-house, i. 348. 
[Walton street], i. 347-9, 353~4, 365, 

369-70, 626. 
Walton village, i. 370; ji. 66. 
Walton well, i. 353-4, 439, 616. 
[Walton Well Road], i. 353, 439. 
War am, i. e. Warham, q. v. 
Warch, i. e. Warich inn, q.v. 
wards of the city, i. 36, 59-60, 62, 621, 

658; ii. 488. 
Ware stream, i. e. Were, q.v. 
Warham (Waram) bank, i. 313-4, 316, 

333, 433, 468; ii. 62, 188-93, 197: 

see also Were ham. 
Warham-bank manor, ii. 93. 
Warham bridge, i. 333. 
Warich inn, i. 302. 
[Warton mead], i. map ii. 
Warwick chest, ii. 223. 
Warwick inn, i. 638. 
Waryng strea?n, i. 433, i. e. Were, q. v. 
Water gate, i. 251-2, 254, 308-10; ii. 

3*5, 35 2 > 357, 360-1, 396 ; i. e. Little' 

gate, q. v. 
Water-gate ford, i. 251. 
Water hall, i. 300-1, 415, 463. 
watering-places, i. 251, 306-7. 
Weden's (Wedern's) court, i. 526, 529. 
Wednesday market, i. 497, 505. 
Weir, see Were, 
weirs, i. 654. 
Welistddesham, i. 328. 
Well hall, aula cum fonte, i. 92. 



33° 



INDEX I. 



Welle (1 Well's) hall, i. 355, 375. 
I Wellington square], i. 394. 
wells, i. 575, 65S ; ii. 547. 
Welshman's mead, i. 425, 455-6,463 4, 
468. 

Were (W r are, W T cyre) ford, i. 319, 454, 
466. 

Were ham, i. 313-5, 333! i- e - Warham, 
q. v. 

Were stream, 1. 313, 39 s , 4°3-4, 433- 

[Wesley Memorial Church], i. 228. 

Wes-twyehen, i. 226, 529. 

West bridge, i. 432. 

[West field], i. map ii. 

West gate, porta occidentalis — 

— description of, i. 253, 624. 

— church at, i. 31 1 ; ii. 40, 91. 

— incidental mention as a landmark for 
the wards, i. 59, 193, 214. 

— as a landmark for the city wall, 
i. 252-3. 

— as a landmark for streets, &c, in 
the city, i. 208, 215, 491 ; ii. 53, 361, 
410. 

— as a landmark for places in the 
suburbs, i. 281, 310-2, 432, 626; ii. 

44-5, 396, 473, 476-7. 
W T est-gate street, i. 312. 
West suburbs, i. 37, 280. 310-34, 438, 

440 ; ii. 41. 
Wes(t)-twychen, i. 226, 529. 
West wick, see Wyke. 
Westwick farm, i. 424. 
Wete furlong, ii. 507. 
Weyre ham, i. e. Were, q. v. 
wharf, i. 279, 306, 409, 427, 430-1, 

434, 5*9- 
W heatsheaf inn — 

(i) in High street, i. 576. 

(ii) in Grandpont, i. 303. 
Wheatsheaf yard, i. 576. 
whipping-post, i. 486. 

White friars, i. e. Carmelite, q. v. 
White hall, aula Alba — 

(i) in S. Mildred's parish, in 
Cheyney lane (Market street), the 
original of Jesus college, probably 
about where Jesus college kitchen 
now is, i. 4, 72-3, 258, 506, 520, 
586-7, 593, 597-8, (?) 6 3 6, 640; ii. 
p. vii, 89; iii. 161. This is 'Great 
White hall,' aula Alba magna, and 
is that so called in i. 67-8, but there 
confused with the next. 

(ii) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, in Ship street, probably about 
the site of the new wing of the 
Principal's lodgings of Jesus college, 
i. 66-7, 258, 586-7, 597-8, 605; ii. 
p. vii. This is 'Little White hall,' 
aula Alba parva, and is wrongly 



White hall {continued) : — 

given in i. 67-8 as ' Great ' White 
hall. Wood says he found it de- 
scribed as 'sub muris,' i. 258, but 
it is possible that that refers to (i) 
supra. 

(iii) W T ood tries to distinguish a 
third ' White hall,' ' aula Alba super 
muros,' i. 66, 258, 521, which he 
calls ' Little White hall,' i. 67-8, and 
locates opposite (ii), on the north 
side of Ship street. This is probably 
an error, consequent on the con- 
fusion mentioned in nos. (i) and (ii) ; 
and the aula Alba super muros is 
simply no. (ii). See also i. 587, 
where there is confusion in the lists 
of principals. 

(iv) White hall or Wight hall, in 
S. Peter's East parish, in High street, 
near East gate, united with S. Edmund 
hall, i. 101, 573, 582, 584, 587, 639; 
ii. pp. vii, viii. 

(v) (?) in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, 
in the Little Bayly, i. 207, 587. 

(vi) in S. Ebbe's parish, in Friars' 
street, i. 209, 308. 

(vii) in Kibald street, in S. John 
Baptist or S. Peter's East parish, 

i. 191-2. 

(viii) in S. Edward's parish, in the 
Little Jewry, i. 163. 

(ix) in S. Edward's parish, in 
Schydiard street, ii. 277, 279-80. 

(x) (?)in Schools street, i. 596: 
(?) no. 3 in column 2 on i. 587. 

White hall (no. (i)) gate, i. 73. 

[White Hart inn], i. 489. 

White monks, i. e. Cistercians. 

' White monks,' a building, i. 638 ; 

perhaps S. Bernard's college, iii. 270. 
Wica, see Wyke. 

Wiccham college, i. e. New college, iii. 
191. 

Wick, see Wyke. 

Wiger's, see Wyger's. 

Wight hall, see White hall (iv). 

Wilby {Willeby) hall, see Willoughby. 

William hall, in S. John Baptist parish, 

in Kibald street, i. 188-90, 601, 

636-8. 

S. William's hall, in S. Mildred's parish, 

in Turl street, i. 113, 117. 
Willoughby court, see Wylyby. 
Willoughby (Wilby) hall— 

(i) in S. Peter's East parish, in 
High street, i. 100, 526, 601, 639; 

ii. pp. vii, viii. 

(ii) in S. Michael's North Gate 
parish, in Ship street, i. 66, 68, 
636. 



INDEX I. 



33 1 



"AVilloughby hall {continued) :— 

(iii) (?)in S. Mary's parish, (?) in 
Cat street, i. 98, 100 n., 641. 
Winchcombe abbey, Oxford house of, 

ii. 248, 254. 
Wincheles row, i. 495. 

Winchester college, i.e. New college, 
q. v. 

Winchester (W yrchestre) hall, i. 12 1-2; 

iii. 65. 

Wind mill, i. 345. 

Windsore postern, i. 108, 259-61, 584. 
S. Winifred's well, i. 389, 438. 
Winkin lane, i. 1 38. 
Winlon college, i.e. New college, q. v. 
Wit ham, see Wytham. 
Wivel's eyt, i. 465. 
Wlston = Wolstan, q. v. 
Wo ditch, i. 345 : see also Woo, 
Wood. 

Wodcock, i. e. Woodcock hall, q. v. 
Wode, i. e. Wood street, q. v. 
Woditch, i. 345 : see also Woo, Wood. 
Cardinal Wolsey's almshouse, i. 193 ; 
ii. 7. 

Cardinal Wolsey's college, iii. 280. 
Wolstan, or 6". Wulstan, hall, i. 211, 

587, 637. 
Wolstan-hall street, i. 211. 
' W T olvercote church, i. 377 ; ii. 100. 
j Wolward's well, i. 352-3, 439. 
1 Wolward's well ' cultura,' i. 353. 
<j Woo lake, i. 465, 467 : see also Wo 
ditch, Wow lake. 
Wood-ditch, i. 371 : see also Wo ditch. 
Wood (Wode) street, i. 65, 228, 231, 
238. 

Woodcock (Wodecock) hall, Castri- 
margi aula — 

(i) in S. Mary's parish, in Schy- 
diard street, i. 144, 507, 570, 591, 
601, 605, 639; ii. p. vii, 188, 216. 

(ii) in Grandpont, i. 301, 303-4. 
; Woodcock schools, i. 570, 572. 

] Wool markets, i. 495-7, 576. 
\ [Woodstock RoadJ, i. 356. 
! [Worcester college], i. 364, 366, 370, 
616, 633 ; ii. 252 : garden of, i. 436, 
439, 616: Provost's garden, i. 363, 
j 369- 
[Worcester House], i. 616. 
[Worcester Street], i. 215-6, 363, 365, 
628. 

Workhouse, the, sixteenth century, ii. 
236 ; eighteenth century, i. 393 ; 
nineteenth century, i. 394. 
Worm (Wormen) hall, i. 137, 186, 569. 
' Wose, de la, i. 167. 
1 Wow lake, i. 467 : see also Woo lake, 
j Wulstan, i. e. Wolstan hall, q. v. 
Wyce hall, i. 526. 



Wye, domus de, ii. 90. 

Wye ham, i. 464. 

Wyger's hall, i. 116-7. 

Wyght, i. e. White hall (iv), q.v. 

Wyhous, i. 255, 294, 308, 312. 

Wyke (Wick)— 

(i) at South bridge, i. 150, 307, 
417, 424-5, 462; iii. 200: called 
' the Farm,' iii. 204. 

(ii) near Medley, i. 58, 280, 320, 
329, 33i, 454; ii. 97, 194, 225. 

(iii) in Langney, i. 464. 

(iv) in Portmeadow, i. 464. 

East Wyke (Wick), i. 416, 423-5; ii. 
48. 

New Wyke, i. 424-5. 
West Wyke (Wick), i. 423-4, 465 ; 
ii. 48. 

Wyke (Wick) bridge, i. 320, 329, 454; 

ii. 226. 
Wyke mead, i. 424, 465-6. 
Wylde's entry, i. 210, 213. 
Wylebie, Wyllby, i. e. Willoughby hall, 

q.v. 

Wylyby court, i. 100, 526. 
Wynchester, i. e. New college, q. v. 
Wynton, i. e. New college, q. v. 
Wyrchester hall, i. 121 ; iii. 65. 
Wysly gauler, i. 526. 
Wytham wood, i. 48. 
Wyveley, ii. 191. 

Yaudewyn's market, i. 489. 
Yeild, Yeld, i. e. Gild hall, q. v. 
Ypothecaria, i. 480, i. e. apothecaria. 
Yren (Yron) hall, i. 162, 602, i.e. 

Eagle hall, q. v. 
Yris ( Yryshman) street, i. 364. 
Ysbery ortus, i. 594. 

The City of Oxford, Oxford property 
of— 

— owns and can alienate the streets, 
i. 62-3, 108, 127-8, 187-8, 192,223, 
228, 245, 299, 582; ii. 278, 281-2. 

— owns and can alienate the city walL 
and towers, i. 127, 243, 245, 250, 
255-6, 259, 261, 263, 378, 575, 577 : 
with adjacent strips of land inside the 
wall, i. 66, 70, 103, 108, 127, 229, 
243, 260, 579, 583; ii. 480: and 
outside the wall, i. 103, 259, 378, 
580; ii. 317, 479, 4S1-2, 485-7. 

— owns and can alienate the city moat, 
i. 263-4, 362-3, 378. 

— owns and can alienate the land 
between the Castle and the city wall, 
i. 216-7, 624. 

— owns half the Castle mills, i. 333-4, 
404. 



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INDEX I. 



The City of Oxford (continued) :— 

— owns Portmeadow, i. 460-1, 464, 
614-5. 

— owns North Gate hundred, i. 338, 
3<>3- 

— owned W'yke and Medley, i. 320, 

3 29-33 li 455 » 459 5 H. 1 94-. 

— (?) owned, or had jurisdiction in, 
Holywell manor, i. 377. 

— owned S. Mary's college (Frewen 
hall), ii. 233, 236-7. 

— owns prisons, i. 255-6. 

— owns an almshouse, ii. 236-7. 

— owns the Gild hall, and its pre- 
decessors, i. 152-4, 203-4; ii. 495. 

— owns the site of the market, and its 
predecessors, i. 80, 208, 491. 

— miscellaneous property — 

in All Saints' parish, i. 148. 

in S. Aldate's parish, i. 156. 

in S. Edward's parish, i. 171. 

in S. John Baptist parish (or 

S. Peter's East), i. 421. 

in S. Martin's parish, i. 205. 

in S. Mary's parish, i. 138, 145, 

212, 492. 

in S. Michael's North Gate parish, 

i. 362, 493. 

in S. Peter-le-Bailey parish, i. 229. 

in Holywell parish, ii. 471. 

in the South suburb, i. 299, 

306-7, 421, 423-5, 453, 456-7, 460, 

466 ; ii. 498. 
in the West and North suburbs, 

i- 3!2, 3i4> 45i» 454 5 »• J93- 

— owns certain fairs, i. 456, 460, 500-1, 

503-5- 

— has right to hold certain markets, i. 
469-97> 5°5 3 630-1 ; ii. 511. 

— trust-property, i. 205, 314, 421, 575 ; 

ii. 352, 488, 495. 

— the maces, iii. 23, 32. 

— bound to offer sixty-three pence on 
S. Scholastica's day, iii. 38. 

— privileges or ' liberties,' i. e. munici- 
pal rights, iii. 69. 

— municipal boundary, iii. 71. 

— benefactors, i. 205, 312, 314, 421, 
492; ii. 236-7; iii. 21-3, 130, 157, 
161, 163. 

— official patronage — 

Cary's chantry in S. Martin's 

church, i. 154 ; ii. 495. 

S. Anne's chantry in All Saints' 

church, ii. 108 ; iii. 74. 

Legh's chantry in S. Michael's 

South Gate, ii. 92. 

almsmen's places in S. Bartholo- 
mew's hospital, ii. 513, 518. 

■ Nixon's school, i. 155. 

— fee-farm = certain property granted 



The City of Oxford (continued) :— 
by the Crown (by Henry I, i. 500), 
viz. the city wall and moat, half the 
Castle mills, &c, in return for certain 
annual payments to the Exchequer 
(i. 57), defraying certain fixed charges 
(e. g. payments to S. Bartholomew's 
hospital, ii. 505, 51 1-3), and bearing 
certain burdens (e.g., perhaps, the 
repair of the wall), i. 66, 128, 145, L 

245, 334, 378, 4°4> 45 1 - 

— the ' custom' of Oxford, 1204, i. 199 ; ii 

iii. 60. 

— Brian Twyne's collections for Oxford 
City, iii. 196. I 

— documents of, i. 65, 68, 223, 299, ' 
312; iii. 57: Wood's Life and Times, | 

iv. 180-7. 

— taxation of, i. 384 — 
' barbicanagium,' i. 269. 

• muragium,' tolls, &c, for repairs I 

of the walls, i. 240-2, 245. 

'pannagium,' i. 241. 

' pontagium,' tolls, &c, for main- | 

tenance of bridges, i. 290, 409-12, j 

4H- 

'sumagium,' i. 241. i 

for poor-relief, ii. 236-7. 

— valuations for taxing purposes, i. 59, | 
102, 115, 118, 201. 

— the City courts, i. 645. 

— hustings court, i. 146, 201, 205, 207, I 
221, 491, 645. 

— mayor's court, i. 224, 645 ; ii. 104; 
iii. 29. 

— aldermen's courts, i. 60. 

— water-bailiffs' court, i. 52, 431 ■ 

— coroners' courts, i. 12 1-2, 181, 191, 
198, 269, 279, 300, 375, 379, 457, 529. I 

— the City Officers — 

— mayors, iii. 1-41, 55, 58-68, 89, 
96, 117, 120 ('praetor'), 130, 132-4, 
138, i 4 3, 151-3, 156, 161 (/praetor'), 
162, 166-7, 170-3, 178, 193, 195, 
204, 206, 208, 210, 212-3, 216, 
231-2, 238, 250, 255. 

admitted to office originally by 

the king in person, iii. 1. 

admitted to office by the Barons 

of the Exchequer, iii. 1, 37. 

formal entry into the city after 

their admission, ' the mayor's proces- 
sion,' i. 633 ; ii. 487. 

formal admission discontinued, 

iii. 37. 

serve in the king's buttery at the 

Coronation, iii. 1, 38, 120, 195. 

procession to church, iii. 161. 

oath to the University, iii. 36-8. 

subject to the prior of S. Frides- 

wyde's (July 10-16), i. 501. 



INDEX I. 



333 



♦The City of Oxford [continued) : — 

— mayors : are patrons of S. Anne's 
chantry in All Saints' church, ii. 108 ; 
iii. 74-5. 

— bailiffs, iii. 1-41, 59-6S, 148, 163, 
169-70, 195, 207, 211-2, 214, 232, 
236, 239, 259. 

have the custody of ' Jews' 

mounts,' i. 216. 
have the custody of Portmeadow, 

i. 615. 

have charge of the City property, 

i. 338 ; ii. 51 1-2. 

impose fines, ii. 243. 

oath to the University, iii. 34. 

have charge of the prison, iii. 23, 

30, 33- 

— chamberlains, iii. 29, 55, 57, 218, 
»53- 

— 'alderman,' at first = mayor, 1. 199, 
331, 403, 455 ; ii. 194; iii. 3, 66. 

— aldermen, two only at first, iii. 1, 3, 
6, (?) 58. 

— aldermen (four m number), i. 59-60, 
621; iii. 1, 3, 6, 12, 14-41, 50, 
5 2 -3 5 55, 59, 79> IJ 7-8, I2 °, I26 > 
130, 132-5, 138, i4 s -9> 151-2, 156-7, 
161-3, 166-8, 170-3, 178, 189, 193, 
195 ('senator sup. ord. ! ), 199, 202, 
204-8, 212-3, 217-8, 223, 228, 230-2, 
334, 238, 241-3, 246, 249-50, 252, 
355, 261. 

I election of aldermen, iii. 22. 

] — the 'Thirteen,' i. 412; ii. 237; iii. 
1, 40. 

I — mayor's ' assistants, 5 iii. 1 , 6, 40 : 
'associates, 5 iii. 250. 

— common-council-men, iii. 1. 
j — water-bailiffs, i. 52, 431. 

; — commissioners of sewers, i. 52. 
. — supervisors of nuisances, i. 142, 403. 
j — Justices of the Peace, iii. 153, 178, 
216, 224. 

i — mace-bearer, i. 58 ; ii. 488 ; iii. 1, 

1 — mayor's sergeant, i. 116. 492; iii 
23. 

— Burgesses in Parliament, iii. 36, 41- 
55,133,228,232. 

— High Steward, iii. 55, 57. 

, — Recorder, iii. 53-6, 167, 185, 222, 
' 260. 

• — Deputy-recorder, iii. 55-6, 133, 189. 
' — Town-clerk, iii. 31, 55-6, 150, 200, 

213, 239, 249-50. 

• — Town-solicitor, iii. 55. 

— coroners, iii. 42. 

1 — freemen, i. 495; ii. 513, 518; iii. 

26, 28-30, 161. 
» — pratceptor, iii. 3. 

— pracseSy iii. 3. 



The City of Oxford {continued) :— 

— praetor = mayor, i. 171, 350 ; iii. 3, 
(,?)4, 5, 120: = (?) aldermen, iii. 
4, 5 : = ballivi, ii. 194; iii. 4, (?) 58. 

— praepositi (provosts) = mayors, iii. 
1,3:= aldermen, i. 60; iii. 3, (?) 4-9 : 
= bailiffs, i. 38, 65, 187, 195,' 317, 
521 ; ii. 264, 529; iii. 1, 4, 5-10. 60-8. 

— Senator super torts ordinis = alder- 
man, iii. 195. 

— trades mentioned — 

alebrewer, iii. 35-6, 215. 

alluminour, i. 140 : see limner. 

allutarius, i. 109, 167, 479, 484, 

489 ; iii. 4, 7, 62 : see tanner. 

apothecary, i. 170-1, 361, 479- 

80; iii. 12, 32, 117, 123, 126, 243, 
247 : see also pharmacopola. 

aqtiae bajuli, i. 63. 

aquarius, i. 179, 246. 

armour-scourer, i. 488. 

attorney, iii. 39, 122. 

aurifaber, i. 60, 228, 311; ii. 

156, 169, 358, 395, 474, 476; iii. 
4-12, 42-3, 60-1, 63-7. 

baker, i. 219, 301, 308, 339, 477, 

492, 528; ii. 103, 209, 243; iii. 17, 
27, 30-2, 34-8, 40, 122, 135, 206, 
232, 234. 

white-bread bakers, i. 477. 

brown-bread bakers, i. 477. 

1 barbers, i. 69, 194, 449, 525 ; 

ii. 62, 101, 177 ; iii. 15, 39. 

bedell, i. 133, 142, 173, 196-7, 

297- 8 > 3H; 4 6 3J iii- 26, 116, 
147, 149, 213, 219, 226, 234, 240, 
255, 261-2. 

bellman, iii. 144. 

bibliopola, i. 618: see book- 
seller. 

boatman, i. 11, 306, 398. 

bookbinder, i. 99, 139,145, 38S, 

433, 449 5 22, 208-9; iii. 240. 

bookseller, bibliopola, i. 135, 

175, 618; ii. 280, 380; iii. 123, 
142, 238: see stationer. 

bowmaker, i. 488. 

brasier, i. 226 ; iii. 39-40. 

brewer, i. 108, 188, 219, 300-1, 

304, 308, 398-9, 528, 579; ii- 45, 78, 
84, 90, 209; iii. 21, 26-30, 34-41, 
140, 153, 207, 215-6. 



— butcher, i. 166, 



4*°-3. 



612 ; ii. 209; iii. 34-8, 41, 162. 

campanarius, i. 149. 

carnifex, i. 166; iii. 25, 27: see 

butcher. 

carpenter, i. 188; ii. 86, 228; 

iii. 27-8. 

carrier, i. 189; iii. 38, 39. 

carter, ii. 227-8. 



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INDEX L 



The City of Oxford [continued') :— 
— trades mentioned : cementarius, ii. 
460. 

chandler, iii. 34-6, 39-41, 156, 

214, 232, 243. 

chirurgion, sec surgeon. 

clericus, iii. 6, 13, 213. 

clockmaker, iii. 41. 

cloth-merchant, i. 487, 497. 

confectioner, iii. 39. 

cook, cocus, i. 1 33, 166, 449, 485-6, 

517; ii. 463, 508, 515 ; iii. 16 ('le 

couke'), 18-9, 25, 30,66, 132, 200, 

215. 

cooper, iii. 39. 

cordwainer (corduanarius), i. 72, 

96, 166, 384, 469, 483-5, 489; ii. 

109; iii. 3-4, 7, 9-10, 25, 34, 36, 38, 

60, 62, 70, 231. 

corearius, i. 484. 

cornesarius, i. 485. 

corn-merchant, i. 478. 

corvesarius, i. 469, 483-5, 487 ; ii. 

188; iii. 70. 

currier, i. 484-5. 

cutler, i. 449, 487 ; iii. 37-8. 

dancing-master, iii. 226. 

draper, i. 220-T, 453, 487; ii. 

109; iii. 5, 20, 28, 34-41, 60. 
dyer, i. 398, 436, 612; ii. 488; 

iii. 15-6, 18-9, 22, 38: see tinctor. 

espycer, see spicer. 

exemplarer, see transcriber. 

faber, i. 527. 

fellmonger, iii. 34, 37-8. 

fisherman, ii. 448, 460; iii. 21. 

fishmonger, i. 202, 462, 477-S, 

617-8; ii. 37, 92; iii. 13, 31, 38, 

168-9. 

fleshmonger, i. 482. 

fletcher, i. 488. 

fourber, i. 488. 

freemason, iii. 22, 121, 147, 175. 

frutarius, i. 497. 

fuller, fullo, i. 383, 387-8, 403, 

49 6 ; »■ 395 5 35- 

gardener, ii. 45. 

glasier, vitriarins, verrer, i. 92, 

573; ii. 228; iii. 5, 7, 39, 41. 
glover, i. 395, 447, 476, 488-9, 

492; ii. in, 156; iii. 27, 29, 34-7, 

177, 239. 

gold-beater, i. 491. 

goldsmith, aurifaber, orfeur, i. 

65, 114, 120, 125, 452-3,462, 476-7, 
491 ; ii. 156, 476 ; iii. 20-1, 27, 35-6, 
38-9, 49, 166-7, 2I 4> 231-2. 

grammarian, i. 525. 

(?) granger, iii. 5, 7, 9. 

grazier, iii. 34-5. 

greengrocer, i. 618. 



The City of Oxford {continued) :— 

— trades mentioned : grocer, i. 490 ; 
iii. 37. 

hatter, haberdasher of hats, i. 449 ; 

iii. 38-9. 

herald-painter, iii. 41. 

hosier, hosarius, i. 311, 316, 494 ; 

ii. 209 ; iii. 34. 

illuminator, i. 135, 139, 342, 565, 

574 ; ii. 456. 
innholder, iii. 25-6, 33-6, 38-9, 

171, 190, 209, 231-2. 
ironmonger (irmonger), i. 251, 

308; iii. 15, 18, 34, 41, 57. 

joiner, i. 576 ; ii. 227; iii. 224. 

labourer, i. 163 ; ii. 226-7, 2 44« 

langedraper, i. 477, 497. 

latoner, iii. 17. 

laundress, i. 398. 

lawyer, iii. 200. 

leather-dresser, i. 479. 

ligator librorum, i. 99. 

limner, luminer, i. 72, 135, 139- 

4°, 342, 374, 41 1 ; ii. 101, 209,456,462. 

linen-draper, i. 477, 497 ; iii. 34. 

lock-keeper, i. 612. 

loriner, i. 489. 

iuminour, see limner. 

maltster, ii. 45; iii. 35-8,40-1, 153. 

manciple, mancipium, i. 162, 191. 

i9 8 > 375> 5H> 5 1 7 ; 28-30, 221. 

mason, ii. 227-8; iii. 121. 

meal-merchant, i. 497. 

medicamentarius , iii. 117. 

medicus, i. 315; iii. 139, 202, 

238 : see also physician. 

' mercator,' iii. 1 50. 

mercer, i. 120, 221, 225, 254,436, 

449, 490; ii. 101, 352; iii. 7, 12-3, 

30, 33-4 1 * 57, i5°-!> l8 o> 240. 

miller, molendinarius, muner, i. 

65, 132, 166, 179, 246, 364, 400-8, 
489; ii. 189, 193, 280, 324, 330,332, 
352, 358, 508, 529; iii. 4-10, 61, 63, 
65-7- 

milliner, the first in Oxford, iii. 39. 

milliner, iii. 37-41, 213. 

minter (monetarius), i. 161, 378, 

471 ; ii. 189. 

molendinarius, see miller. 

monetarius, see minter. 

— — muner, iii. 6, 8, 10 : see miller. 
notary (notur), i. 158. 

obsonator, iii. 179. 

orfeur, i. 294; iii. 8, 11-13, 67: 

see goldsmith. 

organisator, ii. 226. 

organist, iii. 218. 

painter, i. 48, 485; ii. 279; iii. 

16, 30, 40-1, 46, 216 : painter-stainer, 

iii. 38 ; herald-painter, iii. 41. 



INDEX I. 



335 



The City of Oxford (continued) : — 

— trades mentioned : pandoxator, ii. 
"7- 

parchment-maker, percamcnanus, 

i. 90, 139-405 34 2 > 35°»49 2 >* »• 2o8 - 
parmentar, i. 492 ; iii. 5, 64. 

— — pecher, i. 364. 
pellctarius, i. 483. 

pdliparius, i. 311, 483-4. 

percamouirius, see parchment- 
maker. 

pharmacopeia, iii. 34, 238, 240. 

physician, iii. 156, 217, 223-4, 

236 : see also medicus. 

pictor, i. 521. 

pie-baker, i. 492. 

pincerna, iii. 175. 

piscator, ii. 460. 

pistor, i. 492. 

plumber, plumbarius, i. 303 ; ii. 

227; iii. 41. 
poulterer, poleiarius, i. 78, 479, 

493, 497- 



printer, 1. 1 1 



111. 117, 240 



(' typographus ). 

privileged persons, i. 140, 165. 

promus, iii. 175. 

ragman, i. 425. 

receiver of rents, iii. 29. 

' robemaker, i. 149. 

I sadler, iii. 22-3, 37, 41. 

scavenger, i. 576. 

i schoolmaster, iii. 40, 208, 227. 

scriptor, i. 139-40, i8y, 342, 

' 385 ; ii. 460 ; iii. 64. 

•. scrivener, iii. 40, 207. 

; semplarer, i. 72. 

seynter, i. 149; iii. 9, 63. 

i shoemaker, i. 386, 484, 497; ii. 

I 208; iii. 35, 37, 39, 69. 

j silversmith, i. 114, 491. 

j skinner, i. 483, 488; ii. 496; iii. 

16, 18, 21. 

. slater, ii. 79, 227. 

\ smith, i. 129. 

i speciarius, i. 523 ; iii. 10. 

j spicer,espycer,^«am/.f,i. 147-8, 

I 153, 223, 298, 361, 477, 480, 49°- T > 
! 494, 5i6, 523; ii. 83, 389, 495; iii. 
j 4-5, 10-11, 16-8, 43, 47, 64. 

stationer 1 , i. 145, 342; iii. 36, 117. 

i stone-carver, iii. 113. 

i stone-cutter, iii. 40-1, 185. 

I strong- waters, seller of, i. 304. 

summoner, i. 66. 

surgeon, chirurgeon, i. 345, 458, 

463, 480; ii. 166; iii. 125, 174, 
207-8. 

tabernarius, t. 457 ; ii. til. 



The City of Oxford {continued) :— 

— trades mentioned : tailor, i. 82, 149. 
303, 449, 49 2 , 495, 49 8 ; ii- 209 ; iii. 
I 7, 34-4 1 , I 99- 

tanner, i. 48, 247, 310, 384, 398. 

407, 484 ; ii. 208-9 > iii- l8 , 37 - 8, 40. 

taper-maker, i. 120. 

tawyer, i. 476. 

telarius, see weaver. 

tinctor, iii. 7 : see dyer. 

transcriber, exemplarer, see also 

scriptor, writer : i. 72, 139, 342, 492. 
turner, i. 100, 138; ii. 534; iii. 

4, 59- 

typographus, see printer. 

upholsterer, i. 493 ; iii. 40-1. 

vergerer, iii. 241. 

verrer, iii. 7 : see vitriarius. 

vintner, vinetor, i. 77, 152, 449, 

494; iii. 1 1-2, 27, 35-7, 39-40, 118, 
173, 228, 232, 234, 243, 247. 

vitriarius, iii. 5 : see glasier. 

water-bearer, i. 6,^. 

waterman, i. 246, 407-8. 

wax-chandler, ii. 209; iii. 148. 

weaver, telarius, i. 40, 167, 496 ; 

ii. 208. 

wharfman, i. 425. 

whit-tawyer, i. 476, 497. 

woollen-draper, i. 477,497 ; iii. 26. 

writer, i. 139, 347 ; ii. 418. 

ypothecarius , i. 480. 

— Incidental notes of events at — 

1002, destruction of S. Frideswyde's. 

ii. 143, 163. 

1066, destruction by William the 

Conqueror, i. 58, 105. 
1071, building of Norman castle, i. 

265. 

1 1 28, building of King's palace, i. 
367. 

1 142, castle besieged by Stephen. 

iii. 277. 

1 144, town and gown affray, i. 330. 
1 1 77, Parliament, ii. 521. 
1 180, royal visit, ii. 164-5. 
ii<;0, great fire, ii 154-.=;, 163. 
1219, council of Cistercians at, ii. 
293- 

1222, council held at, ii. 211. 
1238, insult to pope's legate, i. 555. 
1258, the 'Mad' Parliament, ii. 315. 
337- 

1264, royal visit, ii. 167. 

1279, flood, i. 396. 

1290, expulsion of the Jews, i. 153. 

1298, great gown and town affray, 

i. 487-8 ; ii. 24. 
1 351, P^gue, ii. 485. 



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INDEX I. 



The City of Oxford : Incidental notes 
of events at {continued) : — 

1354, the great conflict, iii. 157. 

1362, plague, ii. 171. 

1390, riot by scholars, i. 510. 

1458, controversy with the Uni- 
versity, iii. 23. 

1468 (?), Oxford press, i. 175. 

151 1, controversy with the Uni- 
versity, iii. 27. 

15 18, controversy with the Uni- 
versity, iii. 27. 

1518, royal visit, ii. 167. 

1528, controversy with the Uni- 
versity, iii. 27. 

J 529> P^gue, ii. 45. 

1530, controversy with the Uni- 
versity, iii. 29. 

1535, controversy with the Uni- 
versity, iii. 29. 

1542, first styled a city, iii. 51. 

1556, burning of the bishops, iii. 30. 

1562, controversy with the Uni- 
versity, iii. 31. 

1574, controversy with the Uni- 
versity, iii. 32. 

1577, the Black assizes, i. 269; iii. 
230. 

1585, controversy with the Uni- 
versity, iii. 33. 

1605, new City charter, iii. 1, 34, 
56-7. 

161 8, attempt to obtain a new 

charter, iii. 35. 
1625, pestilence, iii. 126, 241-2. 
1625, flood, i. 396. 
1634, great frost, i. 414. 
1636, royal visit, i. 7. 

1642, garrisoned for Charles I, i. 6, 
286 ; iii. 198. 

1643, mint at, i. 8 ; iii. 233. 
1643-4, morbus campestris, i. 217, 

576; iii. 233, 245. 
1643-5, full of strangers, soldiers, 
courtiers, etc., iii. 146, 153, 157, 
160, 207-8, 213, 216, 219, 226, 
2 33-4 ? 2 43-6, 252, 257-9, 26 4- 

1644, s i e g e by Parliamentary army, 
i. 486. 

1644, great fire, i. 8, 483 ; ii. 103. 

1646, surrender to Parliament, i. 8. 

1648, City elections quashed by 
order of Parliament, iii. 37. 

1648, visitation of the University 
by order of Parliament, i. 11-2. 

1650, castle strengthened by earth- 
works, i. 217, 576. 

1663, flood, i. 396. 

1665, Parliament at Oxford, iii. 120. 

1675, epidemic of small-pox, iii. 
183. 



The City of Oxford : Incidental notes 

of events at {continued) : — 

1681, Parliament at Oxford, iii. 54. 
1684, Charles II remodels the City 

charter, iii. 40, 56-7. 
1688, James II tries to remodel 

the City charter, iii. 41, 56-7. 
1 77 1 -3, deformation by Act of Par- 
liament, i. 631. 
Oxford University — 

— arms of, iii. 125. 

— chancellors of, iii. 103. 

— Oxford property of, iii. 328. 

— different meetings of, ii. 30-1. 

— control of the streets, i. 61, 306, 341. 

— exclusive jurisdiction over 'seholares,' 
iii. 23. 

— jurisdiction over privileged persons, 
i. 140, 165, 240, 342 ; iii. 28-9. 

— power of fixing rents of houses used 
by scholars, i. 74, 93, 342. 

— power of purveying within five miles 
of Oxford, i. 53. 

— claim to hold leet-court in the Gild 
hall, iii. 31, 33. 

— proctors' jurisdiction in cases of breach 
of the peace, i. 82. 

— proctors' supervision of the schools, 
i. 85. 

— formality of the Lent sermons, iii. 
178. 

— clerk of, iii. 219. 

Oxford diocese, foundation and endow- 
ment, i. 404; ii. 3-8, 51, 224, 261. 

— Bishops, iii. 72 — 

Robert King, + 1557> L 4°4» 4 X 5» 
630; ii. 4-6, 8-9, 159, 217, 224, 
262, 309. 

Thomas Goldwell, ii. 9. 

Hugh Curwen, f 1568, ii. 10, 13. 

John Underhill, 1*1592, i. 404; ii. 
10; iii. 107. 

John Bridges, fi6i8, i. 235, 435; 

ii. 11. 

John Howson, i. 299, 415; ii. 12; 

iii. 204. 

Richard Corbet, ii. 12. 
John Bancroft, + 1641, i. 316 ; ii. 12, 
160. 

Robert Skinner, ii. 13, 275. 
William Paul, ii. 12-3. 
Walter Blandford, ii. 3, 13. 
Nathaniel Crew, i. 26; ii. 13. 
Robert Lowth, i. 631. 

— Archdeaconry, fees and glebe of, i. 
348; ii. 75, 87, 92, 95, 180, 188: 
history of, ii. 3 : churches exempted 
from archdeacon's jurisdiction, ii. 59, 
115 : officials of archdeacon, ii. 73> 
497 : Wood's catalogue of Arch- 
deacons, i. 237 ; iii. 72. 



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Oxford diocese {continued) :— 
— A rchdeacons — 

Walter (of Wallingford > !, temp. 

Henr. I, ii. 66, 75-6, 180, 188-9, 

211. 

Nicholas, deputy, 11 29. ii. 49. 
Manasser, ? deputy, 1161, i. 471. 
Roger de Weseham (Wesenham), 1 

1236, ii. 115. 363. 
Robert de Mariscis, ? deputy, 124?, 

iii. 94, 101. 
Richard de Mepham (Mapham), 

1263, ii. 352, 357-8, 395, 448. 
Nicholas de Heyham, ? deputy, 127S, 

ii. 422 ; iii. 101. 



A L 337 

Oxford diocese [contimted) : — 

John de Constantiis, 1291, i. 288; 
ii. 199. 

Simon de Gandavo, 1297, iii. 97. 
Amadeus de Savoy, 1301, iii. 92. 
Gaucelinus, a cardinal, 1301, iii. 
93- 

Gailhardus de Mota, 1316, iii. 
101. 

Thomas de Southam, 1369, ii. 509. 
John Southam, 1438, ii. 87. 
Richard Mayew, 1501, ii. 93. 
George Heneage, 1524, ii. 179. 
registrar of, iii. 163, 217. 
bishop's will-office, iii. 230. 



VOL. IIL 



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INDEX II. 



GENERAL INDEX OF PERSONS, PLACES, AND WORDS. 

(In this index are brought together all matters not included in Index I, which 
is a special index for Oxford. Names of persons found in Index I are however 
brought into this Index II by cross-references. Several merely fictitious names, 
arising from errors of name or surname on Wood's part, are here indexed ; on the 
ground that they may be helpful to future workers among the Wood MSS. 

A list of names, for the most part of obscure people, extending over six centuries 
of time, drawn from very different classes of society and from very different parts 
of the country, and embracing many thousand references, requires all the 
differentiating marks it can get. I have therefore given, in all cases where it 
was readily accessible, the date, or approximate date, of death, with the mark f. 
In other cases, the year of first mention, or implied mention, is given. In some 
few cases, I have been able to give only the century, n — , 12 — , &c. Names 
which have no mark of time are either very unimportant or very indistinctly 
mentioned. I have attached their College or Hall to names which are quoted 
as of Colleges or Halls which became Colleges. For other University names 
I have used the mark sch., ' scholaris.' The references to the Oxford Historical 
Society's Register of the University of Oxford, vol. i by Mr. Boase, vol. ii by 
myself, may save some trouble with many of these obscure names. For citizens 
of Oxford I have used the mark opp., = 'oppidanus'; and for names of people 
apparently outside Oxford, the mark extr., = ' extraneus.' Churchmen are marked 
eccl., unless they can readily be singled out as 'monk' or 'friar,' or by reference 
to their Oxford benefice, or their bishopric. There are, of course, numerous 
possibilities of names being found in a double capacity, a graduate of Oxford, 
e.g., as incumbent of an Oxford parish: but I feel that the marks which I have 
used are sufficient for practical purposes of identification and distinction. 

A number of the names in these volumes belong to the period in which the 
individual name was baptismal, but the individual was also variously known by 
birthplace, trade, parentage, and the like. In indexing such names I have followed 
no one rule, but put them in the place, or places, where I judged they could 
most readily be found, by appellation rather than by Christian names.) 



A., E., Wadh., f 1642, iii. 222, i.e. 

Edward Abraham. 
A., R., Wadh., fi66^, iii. 222. 
Aaron, son of Isaac, 11 — , a Jew, i. 203 ; 

ii. 82. 

Ab Alefeld, Godscalc, t 1 ^, iii. 177, 
256. 



Abberbury, Oxon., ii. 19T. 
Abbery, see Aubrey. 
Abbot, Walter, 1447, sch., i. 589. 
Abbotsbury, Dorset, ii. 255. 
Abbot's Langley. Herts., iii. 174. 
Abdy, Robert, Ball., f 1494, i. 596; ii. 
455 ; iii. 140, 144 : Reg. Oxon., i. 34. 



INDEX II. 



339 



Abendon, sec Abingdon. 

Abergany, The, +1643, iii. 245. 

Abergh, iii. 121, 238. 

Abingdon, Berks, i. 94, 134, 271, 277, 
421, 427, 618, 633; ii. 38, 259, 385, 
411, 4S9, 498, 525; iii. 132-3, 172, 
261. — Cross at, i. 450. — Frater-house 
at, ii. 228. — Market at, i. 473-4. 

Abingdon abbey, i. 271, 419, 428, 473 ; 
ii. 51, 76, 80, 1S9, 250, 252, 255, 
287, 359> 395. 4°7> 499- — Abbots of, 
i. 150-1, 266, 305, 328, 407, 420, 
424, 428, 439, 469, 471; ii. 34-5, 
81, 203, 205, 225, 407, 498. — Arms 
of, ii. 252. — Infirmary of, i. 146, 221, 
471.— Kitchen of, i. 173, 221, 308, 
427> 5*5- — Property of, i. 57, 150, 
24 r > 3°5> 3 2 7> 4 o6 > 4 21 ; «• 34~ 6 > 8o > 
349, 351, 393, 498. — Documents of, 

i. 115, 150, 236, 266, 271, 305-6, 
327, 418, 427, 471, 578; iii. 62 : 
Wood's Life and Times, iv. 88. — 
Oxford property of, iii. 265. 

Abingdon, Alice de, 1357, nun, i. 90. 

— Edmund de, 11 — , ii. 525. 

— Saint Edmund of, see Edmund. 

— Mabel de, 11 — , ii. 525. 

— Nicholas de, 1337, friar, ii. 463. 

— Peter de, Mert, f 1286, i. 179, 183 ; 

ii. 524. 

— Will, de, 1327, opp., iii. 14. 
Abingdon, (Bertie) earl of, 

— James, 1st earl, f 1699, iii. 57. 

— Montagu, 2nd earl, f 1743, i. 623. 
Abundantia, marchesa, ii. 246. 
Abyndon, see Abingdon. 

achatour, Will, le, iii. 13. 
Achery, see D'achery. 
acolytus, iii. 73, 77, 82, 87, 89, 94. 
Acroid, John, + 1613, iii. 120, 239.. 
Acton, Anne, opp., f 162 1, iii. 241. 

— Philip, 1535, monk, ii. 309. 

— Roger, opp., f 1628, iii. 241. 
Adam, sub muro, 1240, opp., ii. 529 ; 

iii- 5~7> 9> 6l - 
Adam, son of Hernis, opp., i. 166. 
Adam, son of Walter, 1240, opp., ii. 

529; iii. 5, 7, 9, 60-1, 63. 
Adam, bookbinder, opp., + 1349, ii. 22. 
Adam, le liminur, 11 — , opp., i. 140. 
Adam, le long, see Long. 
Adam, vintner, opp., i. 15 2 
Adam, bishop of S. Asaph, f 1181, ii. 

222. 

Adam, rector of S. Peter B., f 1263, 

iii. 98. 

Adam, vicar of S. Mary Magd., + 1349, 
iii. 91. 

Adam, abbot of Rewlcy, 13 — , ii. 302. 
Adam, master of S. Jo. Bapt. hospital, 
ii. 529. 

z 



Adam, a monk, ii. 304. 
Adam, of Exeter, friar, ii. 348, 392. 
Adam, of Oxford, friar, ii. 348. 
Adam, of York, friar, ii. 363, 399. 
Adam, Will., 1392, opp., ii. 22. 
Adams, Bernard, bp. of Limerick, 
fi626, ii. 275. 

— John, 1498, opp., iii. 26, 254. 

— Rich., 1501, sch., i. 601. 

— Tho., 1673, opp., iii. 39. 

— Will., 1392, opp., ii. 22. 

— ... , 1503, sch., i. 592. 

— mrs. ... , opp., f 1509, iii. 254. 
Adamson, Tho., Magd. C, f 1636, iii. 

257- 

Adderbury (Edburbur.), Oxon., ii. 191 ; 
iii. 154, 237, 258.^ 

Adderston, Warw., iii. 151. 

A Deane, see Deane. 

Adekyns, see Adkins. 

Adela (Ela, Ella), countess of War- 
wick, see Warwick. 

Adelelmus, de Fulwell, 12 — , ii. 199- 
200, 211. 

Adelelmus, abbot of Abingdon, i. 
266. 

Adelicia, widow of Ralph, 11 — , i. 121, 

5 r 7> 520- 
Adelizia, queen of Henry I, ii. 190. 
Adelingfleet, i. 383. 
Adellelmus, see Adelelmus. 
Adelstan, prince, ii. 145. 
Adereston, Will, de, 1300, rector of 

S. Ebbe's and S. Peter B., iii. 82, 98, 

J 95- 

Adhee, Henry, 1445, sch., i. 592. 
Adingrove, Bucks, ii. 151. 
Adington, see Adynton. 
Adkins, John, 1369, eccl., iii. 89. 

— Will., 1651, opp., iii. 38. 

— see also Atkins. 
Adreston, see Adereston. 
Adrian IV, pope, fii59, i. 402. 
Adrian, (John), 1271, extr., iii. 64. 
Adynton (de Adynton, Dadyngton), 

Hugh de, rector of S. Clem., +1273, 
iii. 80. 

— Joan, i. 70, 227. 

— John, 1360, opp., iii. 16-7, 46. 

— Rich., 1291, opp., ii. 265. 

— Rich., 1378, opp., iii. 17, 47. 

— Stephen, opp., +1344, i. 70, 227; 
iii. 14-5, 44-5. 

Aegidius, see Giles. 

Aelfric (Elfric), arbp. of Cant., + 1006, 
i. 315; ii. 145 {' Dorovern.'). 

Aenowe, see Aynho. 

affiliated colleges, i. 86. 

Agard, Philip, 1498, sch., i. 590. 

Agas, Ralph, his 1578 map of Ox- 
ford, i. 44, 66, 80, 109, 128, 240, 

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INDEX II. 



Agas (continued) : — 

254, 261, 265, 268, 309, 332, 367, 
385, 414, 426, 486, 626-8; ii. 201, 
227. 

Agatha, i. 573. 

Agatha, widow of Thomas filius 

Wydonis, i. 121. 
Agatha, Ric. de Sancta, 1256, sch., 

1. 556. 
Agincourt. ii. 385, 412. 
Aglionby, Geo., eccl., I-1643, ii. 550. 

— John, Qu., f 1610, i. 386, 577. 
Agmundisham, John, 1450, monk, ii. 

260, 262. 

Agnell de Pisa, friar, f 1235, ii. 343-7, 
352-6, 360-4, 383-6, 391-2, 397, 
404, 407, 409,412. 

Agnes, wife of Guy, 12 — , opp., i. 352, 

357-8,395,410. 
Agrippa, Cornelius, ii. 368. 
Ailbert, le convers, i. 153. 
Ailesbury, see Aylesbury. 
Ailesford, see Aylesford. 
Ailmer, Ailnoth, see Ayl — . 
Ailric (Ayelric), 1004, ii. 145. 
Ailric (Eilric), 11 — , opp., ii. 156, 534; 

iii. 4. 

Ailway, Ailwicus, see Alwicus. 
Ailworth, see Aylworth. 
Ailwyn (Ayelwyn), 1004, eccl., ii. 145. 
Ailwyn (Eilwyn), le turnur, 11 — , opp., 

i. 100 ; iii. 4. 
Ailwyn, son of Edmund, 11 — , ii. 150. 
Ailwyn, father of Roger, ii. 524. 
Ailwyn Godegose, ii. 496 : see Eilwyn. 
Ainscombe, Tho., Wadh., f 1666, iii. 

221. 

Ainsey (Ancey), 11 — , opp., i. 509, 
512. 

Aires (Ayres), Eliz., 1680, i. 362. 

— John, 1680, i. 362. 

— Tho., opp., f 1643, i. 362. 

— Tho., son of preceding, i. 362. 
Akyns, John, 15 17, opp., i. 219. 

Alan atte Knaphall, 1345, opp., iii. 15. 
Alan le Spicer, see Spicer. 
Alard, sub-dean of Wells, 11 — , i. 121. 
Alayne, see Aleyne. 
S. Alban's abbey, see St. Alban's. 
Alberic, earl, f 1088, ii. 15. 
Albert, waterman, 1234, opp., i. 179, 
246. 

Albert, patriarch of Jerusalem, ii. 433. 
Albert de Pisis, friar, ii. 343, 345-6, 

354, 364. 383, 391- 
Alberwyk, Will, de, 1325, Cane. Univ. 

Oxon., iii. 104. 
albs, ii. 228. 

Alcock, John, bp. of Wore, and Ely, 
1 1500, i- 143; 18. 

— Rich., iii. 126. 



Aldaster, ii. 39. 

Aldate, saint, ii. 33. 

Aldate's, Will, of" S., prior S. Frid., 

1221, iii. 290. 
Aldeburn, John, 1293, vicar of S. Edw., 

S. Frid., and S. Mich. S.G., ii. 83-4, 

Alden, E. C, i. pp. vi-vii, xi, 264, 
400. 

Alder, 1660, opp., i. 1 51. 
aldermanry, i. 59. 

alderwoman, i. e. alderman's wife, iii. 
233- 

Aldewyn (Alwedyn), John, 1369, rector 

of S. Clem., iii. 80. 
Alditha, wife of Rob. Doylly, i. 420. 
Aldwine, hermit, i. 389. 
Aldworth, Rob., 1 691, opp., iii. 41. 

— Will, see Aylworth. 

Alefeld, Godscalc ab, + 1635, I 77, 
256. 

Alegod, i. e. Halegod, q. v. 

Alesby, Rob., 1382, rector of S. Mild., 

iii. 96. 
Aleston, see Alleston. 
Alettor, see Deleta. 
Alewy, see Alwicus. 
Alexander III, pope, +1181, ii. 162, 

211, 254, 325, 489. 
Alexander IV, pope, ti.254, ii. 157, 

175. 

Alexander V, pope, + 1410, ii. 378. 
Alexander, bp. of Line, + 1147, ii- 47, 

67, 188-9, 197-8, 506. 
Alexander, abbot of Abingdon, 1506, 

iii. 78. 

Alexander, monk, ii. 346. 
Alexander, chaplain, ii. 44. 
Alexander of Alexandria, i. 175. 
Alexander Cretensis, ii. 402. 
Alexander, fisherman, 12 — , opp., ii. 

448, 460. 
Alexander, Joseph, ti.667, iii- 209. 

— Kath., + 1666, iii. 209. 
Alexio, 1 1 80, papal legate, ii. 165. 
Aleyn (Alayne), Andrew, 1356, eccl., 

iii. 78. 

— John, 1382, monk, ii. 288. 

— John, 1458, sch., i. 602, 606 : Reg. 
Oxon., i. 23. 

— Tho., 1445, scn> , i- 588: perhaps 
the same as the next. 

— Tho., 1445, vicar of S. Peter's E., iii. 
97. 

— see also Allen. 
Alfean, 1004, eccl., ii. 145. 
Alffige, 1004, monk, ii. 145. 
Alfield, 1004, eccl., ii. 145. 
Alfin, see Alfyn. 

Alfisige, 1004, monk, ii. 145. 
Alford, near London, ii. 268. 



INDEX II. 



341 



Alford, William, + 1644, ii. 550. 
Alfred, king, t9 OI > »■ 8 7" S > I 33~4, 

233. 321, 335> 553, 559, 627-9; ii. 

14, 65, 9S, 130, 142. 
Alfric, 1004, ii. 145. 
Alfrich (Elfric), arbp. of Cant., f 1006, 

i. 3J5; »• *45- 
Alfstan, bishop, 1004, ii. 145. 
Alfwin, bp. of London, 1004, ii. 145. 
Alfwod, bishop, 1004, ii. 145. 
Alfyn, Tho., 1472, opp., iii. 24. 
Algar, king, in the S. Frideswyde legend, 

i. 234-5 ; ii. 125-30, 134, 137. 
Algar, earl, 1040, i. 57-8, 232, 470. 
Algar, i. 354. 

Algiva, ii. 122. 

Algod, John, 1452, sch., L 598 : Reg. 
Oxon., i. 4. 

— see also Halegod. 

alias, names joined by, i. 3, 205, 528; 

ii. 12, 78, 117, 261, 309; iii. 18-9, 
21, 27, 30-1, 33, 38, 74, 90, 97, 99, 
108, 143, 184, 195, 218, 223, 235, 
247, 261. 

Alice — , 141 7, iii. 150. 
Alienore de Bristol, i. 571-3. 
Alievant, Jeffrey, 1390, friar, ii. 426. 
Alipius, ii. 138. 

Allam, Andrew, S. Edm. H., +1685, 

iii. 142. 

— see also Allum. 
Allan, see Alan. 

• Allen, Alice (mar. Dawson), 1583, opp., 
iii. 201. 

— H. J., 1892, opp., i. 150. 

— John, 1633, opp., iii. 36. 

— Rob., 1578, opp., iii. 32. 

— Tho., Gloc. H., +1632, i. 52; ii. 
136, 213, 249, 253, 259-61, 295-6, 
472 ; iii. 263. 

— 1555, 2 4 x - 

— ... , B.A., 1*1583, iii. 223. 

— ...j x 7— OPP-, i- 449- 

— see also Aleyn. 
Allertonshire, ii. 266. 

Alleston (Alveston}, John de, 1347, 
opp., iii. 15, 45. 

— Tho. de, 1320, opp., iii. 14. 
Allestree, Rich., Ch. Ch., fi68i, i. 22. 
Allet, John, opp., +1546, iii. 202. 

— mrs , opp., f 1546, iii. 202. 

— see also Allot. 

alley = aisle, iii. 166, 183. 
Alleyn, see Allen, Aleyn. 
Allford, see Alford. 
Allingtcn, West, Devon, iii. 113. 
Alloa, ii. 132. 

Allot, Hugh, Magd. H., f 1623, iii. 
258. 

Allum, Tho., see Hallum. 

— Will., extr., f 1642, iii. 232. 



allutarius, see Richard, Robert. 

Allworth, see Alworth. 

Almaine, king of (Richard Plantagenet. 

f 1272), ii. 213, 299. 
Almaine, Edmund of, see Cornwall. 
Almar, earl of Cornwall, 10 — , i. 406, 

417 : see also Cornwall. 
Aimer, Edward, 1505, sch., i. 590. 
Almond (Almont), Alice, opp., + 1610, 

iii. 239. 

— James, 1572, opp., iii. 32-3. 

— Tho., 1580, opp., iii. 32. 
— : Tho., 1620, opp., iii. 35. 
almucia, ii. 216. 

Alnwick, Martin de, 1300, friar, ii. 372, 
386, 402. 

— Roger de, 1300, friar, ii. 386. 

— Will, de, friar, ii. 373. 

Alport, Philip, opp., 1*1665, i. 138; 

iii. 247. 
Alston, see Alleston. 
altitude, i. 54. 

Alton, Andrew, 1534, monk, ii. 263. 

Altophes, Will., 1451, sch., i. 601. 

Alured, 12 — , opp., i. 364. 

alutarius, see Richard, Robert. 

Alva, ii. 132. 

Alveston, see Alleston. 

Alveton, John, 1536, ii. 170. 

Alwedyn (Aldewyn), John, 1369, rector 

of S. Clem., iii. 80. 
Alwicus (Ailwic, Ailway, Aleway', 

12—, opp., ii. 529; iii. 5, 60-1. 
Alworth, Kath., f 1664, iii. 227. 

— ... , 1555, ii. 241. 

— see also Aylworth. 

Alyard, Edmund, 1472, rector of S. 
Clem., iii. 81. 

— Will., 1463, eccl., iii. 89. 
Amalry, ii. 507. 

Amary, see D'amary, Amery. 
Amble, Tho., Magd. C, tJ.615, iii. 
262. 

Ambrosden, Oxon., iii. 76. 
Ambrose, saint, i. 541 ; iii. 144. 
Amery, Andrew, ii. 507. 

— John, 1535, friar, i. 600; ii. 482. 

— Rob., Bras., f ^29, iii. 242. 

— see also D'amary. 

Ames, Will., S. Jo., f 1624, iii. 225. 

— see also Amys. 
Amicia, 12 — , opp., ii. 265. 
Amfridus, filius Ricardi, 1182, opp., 

iii. 3. 
Ammery, see Amery. 
Ammonius, And.. 1510, ii. 233. 
Amorrien, Daniel, +1^99, iii. 115, 

238. 

— Wilhelm, 15 — , iii. 115. 
Amphlett, Rob., Line, I-1671, iii. 214. 
Amundisham, see Agmundisham. 



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INDEX II. 



Amy, John, Ch. Ch., f 1662, ii. 550. 

— Rich., Kxet., f 1618, iii. 231, 250. 
Amys, Rob., 154S, Broadg. 11., i. 604: 

Reg. Oxon., i. 141. 

— see also Ames. 
Anacletus, pope, ii. 488. 
Anastasia, opp., ii. 112. 
Ancey, see Ainsey. 

Anderton, Thurstan, + 1643, iii. 244. 
Aadover, Charles Howard, viscount, 

t 1679, iii. 53. 
Andrew, keeper of Oxford castle, 1262, 

ii. 474. 

Andrew, son of Amalry, ii. 507. 
Andrew, son of Morice, 1266, ii. 222. 
Andrew (Andrews, Androws), Joan 

(mar. Bartholomew), 1578, opp., iii. 

201. 

— John, 1432, eccl., iii. 89. 

— Rich., 1457, sch., i. 588. 

— Rich., vicar of S. Giles, f 1461, iii. 
86. 

— Rich., 1544, ii. 325, 389, 411. 

— Rich., of London, f 1644, iii. 234. 
— - Robert, 1392, opp., ii. 22. 
Anegay, a Jew, i. 509. 

Angell, Christopher, Ball., f 1639, iii. 
215. 

Angelus, John, i. 55. 
Angerville, see Bury, Rich. de. 
Angevin, Reginald le, 1199, ii. 534. 
Angier, see Aungier. 
Anglicus, Johannes, i. 233, 235; ii. 
122, 519. 

— Petrus, ii. 452. 

— Robertus, 1272, i. 54. 

— Robertus, ii. 368. 

— Rogerus, ii. 368. 
Angnell, see Agnell. 
Anketill, Wanter, opp., i. 246. 

Anna, Henry de, 1235, rector of S. 

Mild., i. 74 ; iii. 63, 96. 
Anne, queen, i. 620, 623. 
Annes, Francis, t 578, iii. 229. 

— Ursula (nee Wayte;, 1578, iii. 229. 
Ansfreda, i. 327. 

Anskill, i. 327-8, 406. 

Anstell, John, 1437, sch., i. 592 bis. 

Antelina, iii. 188. 

Antichrist, i. 346. 

antient = standard, iii. 226. 

Antioch, ii. 139. 

Antonini Itinerarium, i. 48, 242, 345, 
347- 

Antoninus, archbishop, ii. 345, 350, 360, 

362, 393- 
Anyan, The, Corp., f 1632, i. 545. 
Ap David, Matthew, 1444, sch., i. 591. 
Ape family, i. 162. 

Ape, Thomas 1', 12 — , opp., i. 162, 
510; iii. 63. 



Ape, Thorakl 1', 11 — , opp.,i. 162, 510 ; 
iii. 62-3. 

Apethorpe, Will., 1348, eccl., i. 221. 
Ap Griffith, John, 1407, rector of S. 

Ebbe's, iii. 99. 
Ap Harry ( = Parry), John, 1545, 

Broadg. H., i. 604, 607 : Reg. Oxon., 

i. 202. 

Ap Howell (Appowell), John, 1449, 
sch., i. 602 : Reg. Oxon., i. 5. 

— John, 1459, scn -> i- 59 1 ' 606. 

— see also Powell. 

Ap Huy, Walt., 1471, rector of S. 

Clem., iii. 81. 
Ap Owen, Lewis, 1456, sch., i. 605. 
Apleton, Apletre, see App — . 
Appelby, see Appleby. 
Appelton, see Appleton. 
Appian, i. 54, 

Appleby (Appilby, Appulby), Rob. de, 
13 — , sch., i. 173. 

— Will., 1404, monk, i. 269-70. 

— Will., 1468, sch., i. 598. 
Appleford, Rich., Wadh., f 1668, iii. 

220-1. 

Appleton (Appulton), Ann, + 1644, 
iii. 258. 

— John, 1407, Univ., i. 563. 

— Rich., 1 199, ii. 534. 

— T., 1 1 99, ii. 534. 

— Thomas de, 135 1, opp., iii. 16. 

— Walt, de, 1383, rector of S. Aid., 
iii. 77. 

— ... , 1438, sch., i. 601. 
Appletree, Henry de, friar, ii. 370. 

— Rich, de, 1268, abbot of Osney, 

iii. 3*4- 
Appowell, see Ap Howell. 
Appowen, see Ap Owen. 
Apprice, see Ap Rice. 
Appulby, Appulton, see Apple — . 
Ap Rice, Lewis, 1504, sch., i. 597. 

— Tho., 151 2, sch., i. 607 : Reg. Oxon., 
iii. 314. 

aquarius, Albert, and Will., i. 179. 
Aquinas, Tho., ii. 376. 
Archdall (Archdale), Bernard, t I 577 ) 
iii. 230. 

— Bernard, f 1582, iii. 230. 

— ... , t x 577> i- 26 9'* i"- 2 3o. 
Archer, Agnes, 1524, opp., ii. 90. 

— John, rector of S. Mich. S. G-, 
f 141 2, iii. 94, 99. 

— John, opp., fi5 2 4 5 i- 493; 8 9J 
iii. 27. 

— Rich., 1526, Broadg. H., i. 604: 
Reg. Oxon., i. 189. 

— Will., 1525, opp., iii. 28. 
Architrenius, i. 369 ; ii. 259 : Wood's 

Life and Times, iv. 275. 
Arden, John, 1610, extr., iii. 186-7. 



INDEX II. 



343 



Arden, Margaret (mar. Napier), +1675, 
iii. 186. 

Arderne, ... , extr., f 1606, iii. 204. 
Ardfert, bishop of, iii. 236. 
Ardington, ii. 54, i. e. Yarnton, q. v. 
Ardington, Berks, iii. 184. 
Ardulfleya (Ardley\ Oxon., ii. 191. 
Aretino, Lionardo, i. 175. 
Argol, John, sen., 161 6, opp., iii. 240. 

— John, jun., f 1616, iii. 240. 
Aristotle, i. 50, 175, 181-2, 353-5; 

ii- 318, 37°- 
Arkynden, Tho., 1420, vicar of S. Giles, 
iii. 86. 

Arlington, Glouc., iii. III. 
Armachanus, Richard Fitzralph, epi- 
scopus, + 1361,1 3 68 ; 3 8 °, 3 8 7~ 8 , 

4°3, 405, 4 22 , 45 2 - 

armour, temp. Henr. VIII, iii. 153; 
temp. Eliz., iii. 151 ; temp. Car. II, 
iii. 1 28. — Pieces of, hung over knight's 
tomb, iii. 149. 

arms, coats of, i. 145, 202, 225, 249, 
251-6, 277, 316, 332, 386-7, 390, 
44 2 -5, 549-52, 578, 624-5 5 5> 9, 
11, 18-9, 29, 30, 32, 37, 68, 84, 
iio-j, 155-6, 159, 171, 173, i75-7» 
202, 204, 226, 230, 252-5, 270-2, 
274, 294, 303, 310, 445, 467, 518; 
iii. 110-4, 116, 118, 120-3, I2 5> 
127-38, 141-51, 154-8, 160, 162, 
164-79, 181-5, 187-8, 191-5, 222, 
235. 

Armshaw, James, + 1645, ii. 550. 

Arncot, see Ernycot. 

Arnold, John, 1462, sch., i. 588 bis, 
591 : Reg. Oxon., i. 29. 

Arricote wood, ii. 24. 

Arscote, see Ascott. 

Arthur, king, i. 45, 56, 61. 

'artists' (students in Arts), halls "for, 
iii. 267. 

Artois, ii. 135. 
! Artur, Jeffrey, 11 29, ii. 189. 
I Arueys, John, 1442, Mert., i. 597. 
J Arundel, John, 1461, sch., i. 596 : Reg. 
' Oxon., i. 30. 

— Maurice, 12 — , ii. 61. 

— Tho., arbp. of Cant., + 1414, ii. 288. 
Arundel, Henry Fitzalan, earl of, + 1580, 

ii. 242-3. 

Arundell, lord, 1644, iii. 233: prob- 
i ably Henry, 3rd baron Arundell of 
j Wardour. 

Arvizagus, i. 43, 46, 
j Asby, Aschby, see Ashby. 
J Ascham, Roger, + 1568, i. 52. 
I Asche, see Ash. 

I Ascombe (Ayshcombe), Mary, 1592, 
, iii. 196. 

— Tho., f 1592, iii. 196, 216. 



Ascombe, Will., 1589, iii. 216. 
Ascot, Oxon., ii. 12, 191 ('Estkote'). 
Ascott (Arscote), Alnothus (Ailnoth, 

Halnatheus), 1502, sch., i. 597 : Reg. 

Oxon., i. 89. 
Ash (Asche, Assh), Tho., + 1619, iii. 

215. 

— Will., 1498, eccl., iii. 76. 
Ashbourne, Tho., friar, ii. 452, 467. 
Ashbury, John, 1450, opp., iii. 23. 
Ashby (Asby, Aschby), John, 1462, 

Alls., i. 568, 591 : Reg. Oxon., i. 27. 

— John, vicar of S. Mary Magd., + 1471, 
iii. 92. 

Ashcombe, see Ascombe. 
Ashe, see Ash. 

Ashfield, Tho., 1446, sch., i. 516, 591. 

— 1444, sch., i. 594. 

Ashford, Will., 1452, sch., i. 595 bis> 
598, 606. 

Ashfordby, John de, 1384, vicar of 

S. Mary V., iii. 90. 
Ashley, John, 1494, opp., iii. 26. 

— Judith, f 1631, iii. 215. 

— Rich., see Astley. 

— Will., Alls., f 1634, iii. 215. 
Ashmole, Elias, MSS., iii. 142. 
Ashridge, Bucks, ii. 299. 

Ashton, rev. Andrew, f 1614, iii. 239. 

— Gilbert de, 12 — , i. 133. 
Ashwell, Geo., T677, Wadh., iii. 222. 
Ashwick, Barth., Wadh., + 1670, iii. 

220. 

Ashworth, Anne, + 1600, iii. 235. 

— Dorothy, 1604, iii. 235. 

— Eliz. (mar. Standard), 161 5, iii. 
237- 

— Gervase, 1601, iii. 235. 

— Henry, Oriel, f 1633, iii. 115, 235, 
242. 

— Ursula, f 1644, iii. 245. 
Asser, i. 321. 

Assha, ii. 191. 
Assisi, ii. 371, 390. 

Astebury, Walt, de, 1321, sch., ii. 279. 
Astell, Rich., 1630, iii. 36. 

— Will., father and son, 11 — , opp., 

ii. 173. 

Astley, Sir Jacob, f 165 1, i. 626. 

— Mary (mar. Boone), opp., + 1642, 

iii. 189. 

— Rich., Alls., f 1638, iii. 215. 

— Tho., 15 — , iii. 189. 

— see also Ashley. 
Astoll, Oxon., ii. 12. 
Aston, Steeple, Oxon., i. 450. 
Aston, John de, 1307, opp., iii. 56. 

— Rich., f 1643, iii. 244. 

— Rob., 1339, eccl., i- 7°- 

— Sir Roger, 1600, iii. 187. 

— Sir Walter, i. 626. 



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INDEX II. 



Aston, Will., 1424, opp., iii. 21. 

— mrs. ... , extr., -f- 1 587, iii. 230. 

— ... , t 1644, iii. 245. 

— miss... (mar. Houghton), 1650, iii- 

astrologer, iii. 107, 139. 
Astropp (Esthrope), Northts., ii. 226. 
Aswardby, Roger, 1361, Univ., i. 
562-3. 

Aswell, Richard, 1364, i. 171. 

atchivement, iii. 155. 

at Halle, Agnes, 1386, nun, i. 580. 

— see also Atte Hall. 

Athelred (Ethelred), arbp. of Cant., ii. 
146. 

Athelstan, king, f94i, i. 234, 470. 
Athelwald, saint, i. 419. 
Athelwin, abbot of Abingdon, ii. 81. 
Athemer, 1004, ii. 145. 
Athens, i. 511 ; ii. 66, 217. 
Atherton, John, 1588, eccl., i. 462. 
Atkins, Anthony, 1556, sch., ii. 245. 

— John, 1469, opp., iii. 24. 

— Robert, 1574, iii. 55. 

— Will., Gloc. H., f 1577, iii. 261. 

— Will., Broadg. H., f 161 1, iii. 205. 

— capt. Will., + 1646, iii. 264. 

— ... , 1510, sch., i. 543. 

— see also Adkins. 

Atkinson, Agnes, opp., *f* 1569, iii. 178, 
254- 

— Joan (nee Barton), 1570, opp., iii. 
178,254. 

— John, 1443, Broadg. H., i. 603. 

— Rich., opp., f 1574, iii. 29-32, 178-9, 
254-5. 

— Robert, f 1607, iii. 55. 

— Tho., S. Jo., f 1639, iii- 22 ^- 
Atrabati (Atrebates), i. 326, 416. 
Attebache, Robert, 1320, opp., iii. 14: 

see also Bache. 
Atte celer (seler), Rich., 1395, opp., 
iii. 19. 

Atte Hall, John, rector of S. Mich. 
S. G., 1 36 1, iii. 94. 

— see also at Halle. 

Atte hole, Cath., 12 — , i. 200. 

— John, 1338, i. 212. 

— Tho., 12—, i. 133. 

— Will., 12 — , i. 200. 

Atte knaphall, Alan, 1345, opp., iii. 
15- 

Atte poole, Rich., 1346, i. 147, 173. 

Atte seler, see Atte celer. 

Attewille (Atwell), John, 1458, sch. ; 

i. 589: Reg. Oxon., i. 29. 
Atte wode, see At wood. 
Atte yate, Henry, 1323, i. 298. 
Atwater, Will., 1499, D.D., iii. 83. ' 

— Will., bp. of Line, f 1520, ii. 101. 
Atwell, see Attewille. 



Atwood (Atte wode), Gilbert, 1357, 
opp., iii. 16. 

— James, 1562, opp., ii. 236. 

— Jane (mar. Wayte), 1578, opp., iii. 
229. 

— Joan, 1437, i. 433. 

— John, 1417, opp., iii. 20. 

— Robert, 1437, i. 433. 

— Robert, opp., fi46i, ii. 226, 455; 
iii. 22-3, 50. 

— Thomas, 1640, opp., i. 3. 
Aubeney, Alice de, 13 — , ii. 171. 

— see also Daubeny. 

Aubigny, George Stuart, lord, f 1643, 

ii. 550. 

Aubrey (Abbery), John, Ch. Ch., 
1 1649> ii. 550. 

— John, Trim, f 1697, ii. 46, 177, 272, 
274; iii. 173. 

— (William), 1550, N. I. H., i. 609: 
Reg. Oxon., i. 225. 

— mrs — , f 1587, iii. 230. 
Auckland, Bishop's, Durham, ii. 267. 
Auckland, John, 1489, monk, ii. 274. 
Audener, Edmund, 1434, prior of S. 

Frid., iii. 291. 
Audley (Awdeley), Edmund, bp. of 
Hereford and Sarum, +1524, ii. 18- 
20, 29-30. 

— Tho., 1485, eccl., iii. 76. 

Audley of Walden, Sir Tho., baron, 

fi544, ii. 256, 512. 
S. Audoenus, de Roven., ii. 8. 
Audoenus, opp., see Oein. 
Aufyn, see Alfyn. 

Augrechepyng, ? Chipping Ongar, Essex, 

iii. 85. 

S. Augustine, of Hippo, f 430, i. 370, 
541 ; ii. 138, 140, 231, 239-40, 246. 
445, 458- 

S. Augustine, of Canterbury, f 605, ii. 
137. 

aula, Warir de, ii. 524. 

Aulton, Jeffrey de, 1348, vicar of S. 

Mary Magd., iii. 91. 
Aumary, Roger de, 1260, ii. 213: see 

D'amary. 

Aungier (Angier), George G., iii. 103. 

— Joseph, Wadh., f 1668, iii. 220-1. 
aurifaber, see under Jeffrey, John, 

Nicholas, Richard, Walter, William. 
Austen (Austin), Christopher, 1444, 
sch., i. 591 : Reg. Oxon., i. 19. 

— John, 1 5 16, opp., iii. 27-8. 

— John, 1772, opp., i. 393. 

— Nicholas, abbot of Rewley, 1537? 
ii. 302. 

— ... , 1660, i. 225. 

Avant, rev. Philip, 1668, iii. 165. 

— Tho., Exet., f 1682, iii. 165. 
Avebury, Will, de, 1325, i. 294. 



INDEX II. 



345 



Averroes. ii. 426. 

Avery, Tho., 1454, sch., i. 605: Reg. 

Oxon., i. 17. 
Avignon, ii. 374, 3 8 7- 
Awdeley, see Audley. 
Axtild, 11—, opp., i. 350 ; iii. 3. 
Ayelric, see Ailric. 
Ayelwyn, see Ailwyn. 
Aylesbury (Ailesbury, Eilesberie) 

family, ii. 176. 
Aylesbury, Jordan de, 11 — , i. 166, 

197 ; ii. 226. 

— Tho. de. 1318, opp., i. 476. 
Aylesford, Kent, ii. 413, 433. 
Aylmer, 1004, eccl., ii. 145. 

Aylmer (Ailmer), pelliparius, 10 — , i. 

Aylmer, Edward, see Aimer. 

Aylneton, John de, 1339, rector of 

S. Ebbe's, iii. 82. 
Aylnoth (Ailnoth), 11 — , opp., i. 69, 

82-3; ii. 188. 

— John, 12 — , opp., i. 69. 

— Raymond, ii. 188. 
Aylric, see Ailric. 

Aylwerd, Will., 1450, sch., i. 596. 

Aylwin, see Ailwyn. 

Aylworth, Henry, born 1662, iii. 200. 

— Henry, New C, 1*1699, iii. 164, 
200. 

— Kath., see Al worth. 

— Will., 1670, opp., iii. 39 : should be 
Aldworth. 

— mrs. ... , iii. 164. 
Aylwyn, see Ailwyn. 

Aymondesham (Amersham, Bucks), i. 
393- 

\ynho (Aenowe), Northts., i. 224, 453 ; 

iii. 182. 
\ynscombe, see Ainscombe. 
\yres, see Aires. 
\yshcombe, see Ascombe. 



B., T., f 1644, "i- 246. 
Baber, Ann, f 161 9, iii. 224. 

— John, sen., f 1619, iii. 224. 

— John, jun., 1619, iii. 224. 
Babington, Edward, f 1589, iii. 223. 

— Matthew, S. Mary H., f 1644, iii. 
2 45- 

— Michael, sen., and jun., 1644, 
236. 

— Will., 1444, sch., i. 602. 

— Sir Will., f 1577, i. 269. 
-...,ii. 74. 

kblockhithe, Oxon., i. 397, 578. 
Mabthorp, Rich., 1422, rector of S. 

Mich. N. G., iii. 93. 
>3abyngton, see Babington. 

iache, Christiana, 1333, opp., i. 513. 



Bache, Robert de la, opp., + 1333, i. 

513; iii. 14. 
Bacher, John, 1503, sch., i. 593. 
Bacon, Anthony, 1597, iii. 53. 

— Francis, iii. 107. 

— Robert, friar, -^1248, ii. 318, 325, 

327, 335, 384, 4° 8 - 

— Roger, friar, fi294, i. 252, 416, 

4 2 5, 555 5 3i8, 335, 365, 376, 
379- 8 °, 3 8 4> 388, 401-2, 405-6, 408 ; 
iii. 268. 

Baconthorpe, John, friar, f 1346, ii. 

426, 429, 441, 443, 451. 

Badcock, Nath., Pembr., + 1628, iii. 
207. 

Badcomb, Som., iii. 114. 
Badger, Will., 1678, opp., iii. 40. 

— ... , 1666, opp., ii. 488. 
Baginton, ii. 346. 

Bagley wood, Berks, i. 48, 407, 416, 
440. 

Bagnall, see D agnail. 
Bagot, Sir Will., 1770, i. 393-4. 
Bagwell, Henry, N. I. H., f 1636, iii. 
259. 

— John, opp., f 1605, iii. 260-1. 

— Margaret (nee Shipman), 1660, iii. 
260. 

— ... , extr., f 1615, iii. 231. 
Bailey, see Bayly. 

Baker, Edward, 1527, sch., i. 593: 
Reg. Oxon., i. no. 

— Henry, 1354, vicar of S. Giles, iii. 85. 

— Jeffrey le, ii. 225. 

— John, 1377, opp., see Hickes. 

— John, 1503, sch., i. 589, 593. 

— John, 1556, opp., ii. 243. 

— John, 1640, opp., iii. 37. 

— rev. Rich., f 1584, iii. 223. 

— Sir Rich., ii. 234. 

— Tho., 1684, opp., iii. 56. 

— ... , 1600, extr., iii. 255. 

— ... , Hart H., + 1600, iii. 255. 
Balborow, ... , 1504, sch., i. 595. 
Baldington, ii. 192. 
Baldington, John de, 1370, i. 242. 
Baldock, Hugh de, 12 — , friar, ii. 352, 

357, 394- 

Baldon,Oxon.,ii. 349, 393 : Toot Baldon, 
i. 450. 

Baldswell, Peter de, 1300, friar, ii. 372, 
386. 

Bale, John, f 1563, i. 54, 321, 537, 547, 
555; ii. 18, 130, 161, 260, 291. 

— Will., 1452, sch., i. 595, 599. 
Balehorne, John, 12 — , opp., iii. 4. 

— Simon, 1224, opp., i. 134, 348, 353 ; 

J 93- 

Balgay, Eliz. (nee Cogan), 1567, ii:. 229. 

— Nich., Magd. C, f 1601, iii. 229. 
Baliol, see Balliol. 



346 



INDEX II. 



lalis>, Agnes (mar. Parrat), 1569, iii. 
201. 

Fall, Henry, Gloc. II., + 1609, iii. 239. 

— John, 1458, sen., i. 606 bis, 

— John, Wadh., f 1660, iii. 220, 223. 

— Tho., 1475, opp., iii. 24. 

— ... , 16 — , opp., i. no. 
Ballard, Geo., MSS., iii. 196. 

- Gregory, S. Jo., f 1664, iii. 227. 

— John, extr., f 1641, iii. 226. 

— Will., 1450, White H., i. 586-7 : 
Reg. Oxon., i. 15. 

— ... , 1666, opp., ii. 13. 
Balle, see Ball. 

Balliol, Devorguilla, i. 372; ii. 79. 

— Hugh, 1269, i« 37 2 - 

— John, i. 372. 

— Stephen de, 12 — , eccl., i. 379. 
Ballow, Mary, 161 8, iii. 200. 

— Will., Ch. Ch., f 1618, iii. 200. 
Balon (Baloon), John, 1460, eccl., iii. 

76. 

Balsecote, Adam de, ii. 200. 
■ — Melior de, ii. 200. 
Bamfyld (Bampfield), Eliz. (nee Lovell), 
iii. 155. 

— Mary (mar. Frere), f 1573, iii. 155, 
210. 

— Will., 15—, iii. 155. 

Bampton, Oxon., i. 324; ii. 129, 131, 
134, 191, 221 ; iii. 124, 172, 215, 229, 
261. 

Banard, see Bannard. 
Banbury, Oxon., i. 356, 395-6 ; iii. 237, 
246. 

Banbury, John de, 135 1, rector of All 
Saints, iii. 74. 

— John, 1399, opp., iii. 19. 

— Nich. de, vicar of S. Mary V., +1361, 
iii. 90. 

Bancroft, Christopher, f 1647, 2 4^- 

— John, bp. of Oxon., + 1641, i. 316 ; 

ii. 12, 160. 

— Sylvester, f 1644, iii. 90. 

Banger, Bernard, New C., fi6i5, iii. 
236, 238-40, 248. 

— Eliz., fi643, iii. 244. 

— Geo., 1615, iii. 248. 

— Margery, 161 5, iii. 248. 

— Mary (nee Tilliard), opp., +1609, 

iii. 236, 239, 248. 

— Mary, 161 5, iii. 248. 

— Nich., f 1606, iii. 238. 

— Nich., New C., + 1624, iii. 248. 

— Nich., f 1632, iii. 242, 248. 

— see also Benger. 
Bangor, dean of, iii. 112. 
Banister, see Bannister. 

Bank, Bankes, see Banks, de Bank. 
Bankinus, Londinensis, 1382, friar, ii. 
452. 



Banks (Bank, Bankys), John, opp., 
f 1620, iii. 33, 206. 

— John, opp., f 1635, "i- 20 7- 

— John, f 1644, ii. 550. 

— Rob., 1546, Ch. Ch., ii. 8. 

— Tho., Line, + '503, iii. 105. 

— miss ... (mar. Dew, mar. Wright), 
iii. 167. 

Bannam, Rich., 1458, sch., i. 596. 

Bannard, John, 1400, friar, ii. 453,467. 

Bannebury, see Banbury. 

banners, hung over graves, iii. 149, 155. 

Bannister, Will., 1525, opp., iii. 28-9. 

Bannockburn, ii. 420. 

Bantre, Alice, 12 — , opp., i. 133. 

— Stephen, 12 — , sch., i. 133. 
Banystre, see Bannister. 

barber, Simon le, 12 — , opp., i 525. 
Barber (Barbour, Barbur), Geo.; Magd. 
H., f 1643, iii. 257. 

— Henry, 1321, opp., iii. 59. 

— John, 1 48 1, rector of S. Ebbe's, iii. 
83. 

— John, 15 — (?), opp., i. 90. 

— John, 1 531 , vicar of S. Giles, iii. 86-7. 

— John, f 1654, iii. 227. 

— J-> T 436, sch., i. 598. 

— Robert, 1667, opp., iii. 200. 

— Robert, opp., f 1667, iii. 200. 

— Sybil, 1 32 1, opp., iii. 59. 

— 1 1654, iii. 259. 

Barcham, John, Corp., f 1642, i. 543, 
546. 

Bardon park, Leic, iii. 146. 
Barentine, Drogo de, 13 — , i. 275. 

— Tho., see Berentine. 
Baret, see Barret. 

Barford(Bereford),Oxon.,i. 270; ii.191. 
Bargh, Perse, 1446, sch., i. 597. 
Barington, see Barrington. 
Barker, Henry, 1685, Trim, ii. 274. 

— John, 1565, opp., iii. 31. 

— Margaret, 1657, ii. 240. 

— Will., Corp., f 1632, i. 550. 
Barking (Berking), Essex, ii. 171. 
Barkley, see Berkeley. 

Barksdale, Agnes (mar. Pickover), 1578, 
opp., iii. 201. 

— John, 1565, opp., iii. 31, 33.' 

— Tho., f 162 1, iii. 206. 

Barlow, Tho., Queen's, bp. of Line, 
fi69i, i. 45 (.'Barton,' in error), 58 
(' Barton'), 313, 614 ; ii. 3, 6, 7; iii. 
105, 123. 

Barnaby, Tho. de, friar, ii. 371. 

Barnard, see Bernard. 

Barnes, Anne (mar. Barton), iii. 248. 

— Anne, f 1612, iii. 217, 248. 

— Anne, f 1657, iii. 117. 

— Eleanor (mar. Yaiden), 1603, iii. 
248. 



INDEX II. 



347 



\rnes, Eliz. (mar. Hugganson), 1603, 
iii. 248. 

- Toseph, opp., +161S, iii. 117, 240. 
Mary (mar. Bowne\ 1603, iii. 248. 

- Mary (mar. Clark), 1603, iii. 248. 

- Prudence (mar. Eveleigh), 1603, iii. 
248. 

Robert, Mert., f 1604, ii. 472 ; iii. 
217, 248. 

lrningham, John, friar, + 1448, ii. 428. 
unton. Roger de. 1300, friar, ii. 386-7. 
iron (Barone), Charles, S. Jo., f 1675, 
iii. 228. 

Tho., 1446, sch., i. 595 : Reg. Oxon., 
i. 7. 

Will., 1457, sch., i. 595 : Reg. Oxon., 

i. 25. 

irons' Wars, i. 71, 215. 
irow, Joan, 14 — , iii. 196. 

Walter, 14 — , iii. 196. 
irret (Baret), John, 1666, opp., i. 439. 

John, 1690, opp., iii. 41. 

Tho., 1379, opp., i. 170; iii. 18, 47. 
irrington, Glouc, i. 50; iii. 139. 
irrow, see Barow. 

irry, John, 1540, opp., ii. 110-1 ; iii. 
29. 

■ see also Berry, 
irthelmew, see Bartholomew, 
irtholomew, tanner, 1388, opp., iii. 18. 
irtholomew de Pisis, friar, ii. 343, 360, 
362, 369, 39 2 - 

irtholomew (Barthelmew, Bartlemew), 
Charles, opp., fi6i9, iii. 206. 
Isaac, opp., fi6i8, iii. 33-4, 201, 
204-5. 

•Joan (nee Andrews), opp., f T 597, 
iii. 201, 204. 

• Matthew, opp., + 1620, iii. 35, 206. 

■ Will., opp., fi6i3, iii. 205. 
irthona Odonis, i.e. Barton, Oxon., 

ii. 191. 

irtlemew, see Bartholomew, 
irtlett alias Bishop family, i. 101-2. 
irtlett, Edward, 1669, opp., iii. 39. 
I Nicholas, i. 102, see Bishop. 

Tho., 1438, sch., i. 588. 
irton, Oxon., i. 270 ; ii. 191, 198. 
irton, Anne (nee Barnes), iii. 248. 

Edmund, 1590, opp., iii. 33. 

Geo., Bras., f 1602, iii. 238. 

Godfrey, 1603, extr., iii. 238. 

Joan (mar. Atkinson), 1570, opp., 
hi. 178, 254. 

Joan (mar. Tatersall), T556, opp., 

iii. 201. 

John, 1433, opp., iii. 21-2. 
' John, see Burton. 

John, opp., f 1569, iii. 30, 52, 203. 
< Robert, 16 — , ?opp., iii. 149. 

Tho., 1 45 1, opp., iii. 23. 



Barton, Tho., 1531, monk, ii. 217. 

— Will., 1500, abbot of Osney, iii. 315. 

— Will., 1574, opp., iii. 32. 

— Dr. ... , see Barlow. 

— see also Berton. 

Bartram, Eliz. (mar. Dawson), 1589, 

opp., iii. 201. 
Barwican, see Berwick. 
Barzey, Geo., Cambr., f 1646, iii. 252. 
basanarius, i. 484. 
Basel, council of, ii. 320. 
Basinstochius (Rich. White, fi6i2), 

i. 238. 

Baskervyle, Edward, 1539, friar, ii. 389, 
412. 

Basse, John, 151 7, eccl., i. 160. 
Bassene, a Jew, 11 — , i. 202. 
Basset family, i. 60; ii. 175-6. 
Basset, Agnes, ii. 507. 

— Alan, f 1243, ii. 24. 

— Alice, i. 337. 

— Ela, i. 337. 

— Fulk, 1219, i. 570; ii. 506, 508. 

— Gilbert, ii. 77. 

— Isabel, i. 337. 

— Jane (mar. Fitzherbert), + 1 575, iii. 
142. 

— John, friar, ii. 372. 

— Margaret, i. 337. 

— Philippa, 13—, i. 316, 336-7. 

— Reginald, ii. 507. 

— Tho., 1201, i. 246, 272, 322, 336-7 ; 

ii. 175. 

— Tho., 15 — , iii. 142. 
Bassodunus, see Baston. 
Bastard, Henry, 1445, sch., i. 592. 
Bastinne, John, 1626, iii. 214. 

— mrs. ... (nee Hore), 1626, iii. 214. 
Baston, Robert, 1313, friar, ii. 420, 425, 

437- 

Batayle, W T ill., 1291, vicar of S. Peter's 

E., iii. 97. 
Bate, John, friar, + 1429, ii. 428. 

— Walter, Line, f 1478, i. 587; iii. 
161. 

Bath, i. 526. 

Bath, bishop of, ii. 136; iii. 136, 210. 
Bath and Wells diocese, i. 540, 548. 
Bathon (Bathun), Ralph, see Bethome. 

— Walter de, 1236, i. 273. 
Bathurst, Ralph, Trin., ^1704, i. 14, 

22 ; ii. 275 ; iii. 126. 

— Susanna (mar. Feteplace N , 1672, iii. 
218. 

Battle (Battle-roll) abbey, Sussex, i. 

116; ii. 34. 
battlers, ii. 31, 239; iii. 206. 
Bavaria, i. 546. 
Bavent, Hawis, 1345, ii. 171. 
Bawdon, Ralph, 1506, opp., iii. 26 : see 

Bowdyn. 



348 



INDEX II. 



Bawdripp, Som., i. 462. 
Baxter (Baxster), Roger, 1496, opp., 
iii. 26. 

— ... , 1469, sch., i. 601. 

— ... , extr., f 1643, iii. 213. 
Bayley, see Bayly. 

Baylis, see Baliss. 

Bayly (Baily, Bailly), Anne (nie Frere), 
ti56H, iii. 154, 156, 211. 

— Eliz., 15 — . iii. 156. 

— Eliz., f 1668, iii. 137, 228. 

— Eliz. (nee Cooper), iii. 254. 

— Frideswyde (mar. Edmonds), iii. 
156. 

— Henry, 1565, opp., iii. 210. 

— Henry, New C, + 1566, ii. 471 ; iii. 
154-6, 211. 

— Henry, opp., f 1586, iii. 156. 

— John, 1407, opp., iii. 20. 

— John, 1569, M.D., iii. 254. 

— Rich., S. Jo., f J 667, iii. 137, 228. 

— Tho., 1437, opp., iii. 20, 50, 75. 

— Tho., 1551, opp., iii. 30. 

— Walter, New C, f 1592, i. 493. 

— Will., 1434, sch., i. 588. 

— Will., Ball., f 1588, iii. 223. 

— Will., opp., f 161 5, iii. 256. 

— Will., 1634, °PP-> ih"- 36. 

— Will., opp., f 1683, iii. 38-40, 173. 

— 1565, opp., iii. 210. 

— mrs. ... , opp., f 1566, iii. 156. 
Bays, Will., 1523, rector of S. Clem., 

iii. 81. 

Baysham, John, 1430, eccl., i. 122, 124. 

Bayswater, Oxon., ii. 506-7. 

Bay worth, Berks., i. 327-8, 406. 

Bealasyse, see Belasyse. 

Beard, Geo., Exet., f 1638, iii. 251. 

Beauchamp, Maud, 1338, nun, i. 219. 

Beauclerk, i. 367. 

Beaufort, Henry, bp. of Line, f 1447, 
ii. 136. 

— Sir ... , 12 — , ii. 219, 223. 
Beaufue, Will., friar, ii. 427. 
Beaugunt, Rich., and Will., ii. 40. 
Beaumond, Robert, 1336, i. 146. 
Beaumont, Robert de, see Leicester. 
Bebur. , see Bybury. 

Bee (Beke) abbey, Normandy, i. 252 ; 

ii- 255, 360. 
Becanus, Martin, i. 547. 
Beck, see Bee. 

Beck (Bek), John, see Beke. 

— Tho., bp. of Line, t I 347 > x 45> 
539; ii. 170. 

Becket, Tho., <S. Tho. the martyr,' 
arbp. of Cant., + 1170, i. 459; ii. 
22-3, 83-4, 114-7, 169, 177, 501-2. 

Beckford, Glouc, iii. 186. 

Beckingham, ... , ii. 155. 

Beckington, see Bekington. 



Beckley, Oxon., i. 287, 413 ; ii. 13, 1^ 

469. 

Beckley, John, see Bekele. 
Bedcock, ... , 1666, opp., i. 524. 
Bede, i. 242. 
Bedeford, see Bedford, 
bedell, iii. 333. 

Bedell (Bedyll, Biddel), Frideswyde, 
extr., f 1635, ii'- 207. 

— Nicholas le, 1275, opp., ii. 26. 

— Robert, 1 458, rector of S. Mart., iii. 88. 

— Roger, f 1388, i. 528. 

— Thomas le, 13 — , opp., ii. 463. 

— 1511,0pp., i. 196. 

— ... , 1635, extr., iii. 207. 
Bedford town, ii. 375, 377 : shire, i. 540. 
Bedford (Bedeford) family, i. 227. 
Bedford, John, opp., f 1365, i. 227; hi. 

15-6. 

— Tho., opp., i. 513. 
Bedston, Will., 1467, opp., iii. 50. 
Bedwyn, Wilts., i. 321. 

Bedyll, see Bedell. 

Bee, Tho., 1689, opp., iii. 41. 

Beek, see Beke. 

Beel, Tho., 1509, monk, ii. 232. 
Beesley, Ann (mar. Jones), 1623, iii. 237. 

— Henry, Mert., f 1675, iii. 253. 

— Rich., see Beseley. 

— Rob., Mert., f 1623, iii. 241. 
Befford, ... , i. 211. 

Begbroke, Oxon., i. 449, 615; iii. 73, 

78, 188, 190. 
begging students, i. 182, 511-2. 
Bek, Tho. le, see Beck. 
Beke abbey, see Bee. 
Beke family, i. 539. 
Beke, John, 1422, Line, iii. 93, 104-5. 

— John, 1537, opp., iii. 29. 

Bekele (Bekelys), John, 1455, sch., i. 
605 : Reg. Oxon., i. 20 ('Bekyll'). 

— Thomas, 1455, sch., i. 605. 
Bekenesfield, Alan de, 1398, opp., i. 

374-5. 

Bekington, Tho. de, bp. of Bath and 
Wells, f 1465, iii. 130, 136, 158. 

Bekkeley, see Beckley. 

Belasyse (Bealasyse), Eliz., f 1642, iii. 
128, 207. 

— Sir Rich., 1642, iii. 128, 207. 
Belew, ... , i. 573~4- 

Belgia, iii. iii. 

Bell, Alex., 1469, sch., i. 591. 

— John, bedell, f 1636, iii. 226. 

— Nich., 1447, sch., i. 600, 602-3: 
Reg. Oxon., i. 2. 

— Rich., bp. of Carlisle, f 1495, ii- 26 9> 
274. 

— Sir Robert, f 1577, 1. 269. 

— Will., 14—, sch., i. 603 : Reg. Oxon., 
i. 30- 



f 
f 



INDEX II. 



349 



•Uasyse, sec Belasyse. 
llingham, see Bellyngham. 
tlofago, Roger de, i. an. 
llomont, Robert de, see Leicester, 
llositum, iii. 270. 

lis, ii. 19, 535- 6 >' 2 7°~ l > 2 77> 28o > 

-^3-4.305.314,319- 

llyngharn, capt. Henry, f 1642, 111. 

2 43- 

Rich., 1585, 111. 223. 

mrs. ... , 1 1585* i»- 22 3- 

lson, Will., extr., f 1630, iii. 242. 

Isyre, Alex., S. Jo., f 1567, ii. 5, 8. 

Ivaco, Laur. de, 12 — , friar, ii. 344. 

lvacura Bellovacum = Beauvais), ii. 

37 1 - 

mmysly, Tho., sch., f 1467, i. 593. 
nbow, ... , extr., f 1644, iii. 213. 
nedict (Bennet), saint, f542, Bene- 
dictines, i. 311 ; ii. 40, 124, 140, 
:+6-7, 257, 350, 393 ; iii. 270. 
nedict XI, pope, f 1304, ii. 319 
(' Benedict II,' in error), 
nedict de Sansetun, bp. of Rochester, 
f 1226, ii. 211. 

nedict, filius Hildae, opp., i. 519. 
nedict, 12 — , opp., i. 65; iii. 6, 12, 
5i. 

nedict Biscop, f699, i. 239. 

nefield, Sebastian, Corp., f 1630, i. 

546. 

net, see Bennet. 

'neyt, Alice, 1349, opp., i. 170. 
Christopher, opp., f 1349, i. 170, 
206. 

see also Bennet. 

nger, Rich., 15*12, sch., ii. 21, 287. 
see also Banger. 

nham, John de, 1360, opp., i. 562; 
ui. 16-7, 46. 

Walter, 1393, opp., iii. 19, 48. 
nlows, Edward, Cambr., f 1676, iii. 
247. 

nnet, saint, see Benedict. 

nnet (Benet), Edmund, opp., + 1602, 

ii. 32, 231. 

Hugh, 1407, opp., iii. 48-9. 
Robert, 1452, sch., i. 599, 600 : Reg. 
3xon., i. 8. 

Will., f 1624, iii. 225. 
■ Will., f 1644, iii. 245. 

capt. — , f 1644, iii. 214. 

... , Magd. H., f 1647, iii. 258. 
• see also Beneyt. 

iserie, Mary, f 1579, iii. 203. 

isington (Benson), Oxon., ii. 190, 

$od ; iii. 246. 

isinton. Tho. de, f 1285, i. 379. 

itley, Grace, + 161-, iii. 175. 
{John, f 1615, iii. T75, 256. 
) Michael, + 161 8, iii. 256. 



Bentley, Tho., 1660, opp., i. 493. 

— ... , f 161-, iii. 120: see John, and 
Michael. 

Benton, Oxon., ii. 129. 

Benton, Ralph, 1573, opp., iii. 211. 

Benwell, Tho., 1431, Univ., i. 562. 

Benyet, see Beneyt. 

Benyon, Agnes, 15 — , opp., iii. 177. 

— Roger, opp., + 1514, iii. 177. 
Beobury, Will, de, 1336, eccl., i. 201. 
Beoly, Wore, i. 23. 

Ber, John, 1446, sch., i. 591. 
Beraldon, Will., 141 3, opp., iii. 20. 
Berde, Rich., 1447, sch., i. 602. 
Berden, Rich, de, 1305, sch., i. 191. 
Bere, John, opp., i. 279. 

— Tho. de, 1375, i. 186. 

— Will., 1224, opp., ii. 193. 
Bereford (Barford), Oxon., i. 270; ii. 

191. 

Bereford (Berford) family, i. 94 ; ii. 177. 
Bereford, Agnes, 13 — , opp., ii. no. 

— Agnes (nee le Peyntour), 1380, opp., 
iii. 157. 

— John de, opp., +1361, i. 94, 357, 
359, 581 ; ii. 109-10, 333, 440, 462 ; 
iii. 15-6, 45, 157. 

— John, 1387, opp., iii. 18. 
Berenchester, ii. 191. 
Berenchester, W T ill. de, iii. 13 : see Bur- 

chester. 

Berengar, Raymond, and Sanchia, 11 — , 

ii. 299. 

Berentine (Barenton, Darenton), Tho., 
1391,11.481,485.' 

— see also Barentine. 
Berford, see Bereford. 

Berforth, Henry, sch., -1*1465, i. 601: 

Reg. Oxon., i. 28. 
Bergavenny (Bergeveney, Burgeveny), 

John, 1461, sch., i. 496. 

— Philip, 1458, sch., i. 588-9: Reg. 
Oxon., i. 7- 

— Will, de, 1341, Cane. Univ. Oxon., 

iii. 104. 

— Will, de, 1 361 , opp., i. 224 ; iii. 16-7. 

— ... , 1436, sch., i. 591. 
Bergomas, Jac. Phil., ii. 290. 
Berien, Montgom.. iii. 252. 
Berkele, ii. 469 : see Beckley. 
Berkeley (Barkley), lord, ii. 155, 176. 
Berkeley, Anne, ?i6i5, iii. 164. 

— Robert, ? 161 5, iii. 164. 

— see also Berkle. 

Berkhampstead, Herts., ii. 384, 408. 
Berking, see Barking. 
Berkle (query ' Beckley,' see ii. 469), 
Rich, de, 1311, opp., i. 384; iii. 13. 

— Tho. de, 1333, opp., i. 384. 
Berkshire, i. 305, 325, 332, 415-6, 452, 

54°> 577-8; ii. 167, 340; iii. 130, 



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INDEX II. 



Berkshire {continued) : — 

179. — Archdeacon of, i. 424, 426; 
iii. 136, 16S. — Registrar of, iii. 141, 
251. — Sheriff of. i. 305, 429. 

Berkshire, (Howard") Earl of, 

— Tho., 1st earl, f 1669, iii. 53, 57. 

— Chas., 2nd carl, f 1679, iii. 53. 
Bermondsey, ii. 169. 
Bermyngham, Fulk. 1457, sch., i. 595. 

— Tho., 1407, rector of S. Mich. N. G., 
iii. 99. 

Bernard ol Clairvaux, f 1153, Bernar- 
dines, ii. 140, 291-2, 306-7; iii. 270. 

Bernard, cook, opp., i. 66, 166, 485. 

Bernard (Barnard;, Rich., 1466, sch., 
i. 596. 

— Robert, ii. 45. 

— Tho., 1546. Ch. Ch., ii. 8. 
Bernham, Adrian, f 1644, iii. 245. 
Berniers, Adam de, abbot of Osney, 

1 1254, iii. 314. 
Bernwode forest, ii. 523. 
Bernyngton, Alex, de, 1241, rector of 

S. Budoc's, iii. 79. 
Beroughdon, Will., 14T3, opp., iii. 20. 
Berrill, Chr.,S. Mary H., f 1608, iii. 239. 
Berry (Barry), Edward, Oriel, + 1603, 

iii. 238. 

— John, 1540, opp., ii. 110-1 ; iii. 29. 

— Margaret (nee Caulfield), iii. 222. 

— Tho., extr., iii. 222. 

— (? Thomas), goldsmith, opp., f 1670, 

i. 148 ; iii. 214. 

— see also Bury. 

Bertie, Henry, 1685, iii. 54. 

— see also Abingdon. 
Bertinus, saint, i. 389 ; ii. 503. 
Berton, ? Berks., i. 427. 
Berton, Tho., 1451, opp., iii. 23. 

— Walter, sch., i. 195. 

— see also Barton. 
Berughby, iii. 90. 

Berwick (.Barwican), John, 1320, friar, 

ii. 371, A02. 
Bery, see Bury. 

Beryngton, John de, 1380, monk, ii. 266. 
Besely, Rich., 1533, Alls., ii. 5. 

— see also Beesley. 

Besills '.Bessills), Sir Peter, j> 1424, i. 

70, 94; ii. 259, 323-4, 340. 
Besils-Leigh, Berks., ii. 323. 
Besse (Bisse, Bysse), Robert, 1514, sch., 

i. 593 : Reg. Oxon., i. 44. 
Bessiorth, Henry, iii. 126. 
Betesyn, see Betson. 

Bethell, Edward, opp., ^1631, iii. 207. 
Bethlem at Shene, i. 210. 
Bethome(Bathun,Bethum), Ralph, 1494, 
opp., iii. 26. 

— Will., see Bathon. 

— Will., Line, f 1493, iii- 105. 



Bethune. Robert de, bp. of Hereford, 

f 1 148, ii. 76. 
Betinton, ii. 192. 

Betson (Betesyn), Roger, 1435, sch., i. 

600 bis. 

Betts, Tho., 1673, opp., iii. 39. 

Beulton, Hugh, 1481, iii. 83. 

Bevan (By van) , ( Francis), 1 585 .N.I. II. 

i. 608 : Reg. Oxon. II, ii'i. 86. 
Beverley, i. 199. 

Beverley, Albert de, friar, ii. 372. 

— John, sch., i. 86. 

— John, friar, ii. 427. 

— John de, 1302, opp., iii. 13. 

— John de, 1333, monk, ii. 269. 

— S. John of, see John. 

— Robert, 1422, eccl., iii. 75. 

— Tho., extr., f 1644, iii. 264. 
Beverstone, John, 1503, sch., i. 594. 
Bew, Maud, and Tho. le, 1333, i. 294. 
Bibbery (Bigbury), Rich., 1435, sch., 

i. 589. 
Bibury, see Bybury. 
Bicard(?), spicer, 1299, i. 491. 
Bicester (Bisseter), Oxon., ii. 24. 
Biddel, see Bedell. 
Bierton (Bureton), Bucks., iii. 93. 
Bigbury, see Bibbery. 
Biggleswade (Bikulswade), Beds., iii. 

119. 

Bigmore, "V\ ill., S. Jo., f 1631, iii. 22;. 
Bignell, Andrew, 1644, iii. 236. 

— Fulco, 161 1, opp., iii. 235. 

— Henry, S. Mary H., -f 1656, iii. 108, 
235-6, 259. 

Bigot family, ii. 368. 

Bigot, Emericus, ii. 311. 

Biham, Adam de, 1267, monk, ii. 63. 

— Gilbert de, 1252, eccl., i. 184. 
Bikebury, Rich., 1435, sch., i. 589. 
Bikulswade. see Biggleswade. 
Billesden, John, 1444, Mert., i. 589. 
Billiers, capt. ... , 1651, i. 292. 
Billing (Byllyng) family, i. 205. 
Billing, Rose, opp., + 1307, i. 205. 

— Tho., opp., i. 206. 
Billingdon, see Byllingdon. 
Billingsley, Salop, iii. 176. 
Billingsley. Henry, f 1606, ii. 454,471-2. 

— Will., ii. 472. 
Bilman, see Bylman. 
Bimannus, i. 351. 

Binsey, Oxon. or Berks., iii. 271. 

Bircott, i. 431. 

Birch, see Byrche. 

Bird, Alice, opp., *J* 1638, iii. 232. 

— John, 1607, opp., iii. 34-5. 

— Robert, 1529, White H., i. 5 86 
('Thomas,'" in error), 594: Reg. 
Oxon., i. 158. 

— Tho., i. 586, see preceding. 



INDEX II. 



&rd, Tho., opp., 1 1630, iii. 232. 

— Will., 1672, opp., iii. 185. 

Birinus, saint, A.D. 635, i. 3S9 ; ii. 124, 

503. 
Kit, see Bvrt. 

Bisbie, Sam.. 1665, Ball., iii. 227. 
Rischopeston, see Bishopston. 
Biseleg, Robert, 1 1— , i. 539. 
Bishop family, i. 76. 
Bishop. Alice, 14—, ii. 385, 411. 

— Anthony, see Bushop. 

— Bartholomew, opp., f I 395, i- 4 11 > 
iii. 18. 

— John, 14 — , ii. 411. 

— John, extr., f 1643, iii. 259. 

— John, 167 1, opp., iii. 39. 

— Matthew, 1651, opp., iii. 38. 

— Nicholas, 1406, opp., i. 76, 82. 

— Nicholas, 1432, opp. (perhaps same 
with preceding), ii. 291 : see Wood's 
Life and Times, iv. 193. His Collec- 
tions are cited, i. 65, 70, 82, 101-2, 
108, 206, 226, 340, 406, 411, 489; 

ii. 53, 291, 463. 

— Stephen, 12 — , i. 180 ; ii. 280. 

— Tho., 1448, White H., i. 586. 

— Tho., Wadh., f 1639, 22 °- 

— Tho., W T adh., f 1669, iii. 220-1. 
Sishopston, Wilts., iii. 85. 
3ishopston, John de, 1314, opp., iii. 

13-4- 

I— Nich. de, 1361, vicar of S. Peter s E., 
4 iii- 97- 

3isse, James, W r adh., f 1748, i. 25. 

— Robert, see Besse. 

3issett (Bysett) family, i. 343, 459. 
Sissett, John, 1-280, i. 338. 

— Thurstan, 1199, ii. 534. 

— William, 1286, i. 337-8 
3ixthorp, Matthew de, ii. 507. 
Sixtrope, ... , ii. 199. 

Slack, capt. ... , f 1644, iii. 245. 
Slackborn, Will., 1461, opp., ii. 512; 

iii. 23-4. 

31ackbourton (Burthona), Oxon.,ii. 191, 

199; iii. 84. 
Slackemor, see Blackmore. 
Jacket, Ellen, f 1645, iii. 234. 
5lackhall (Blakehall), John de la, 12 — , 

opp., i. 98. 

— Robert, 1346, opp., i 344. 
ftacklow hill, Warw., ii. 322, 339. 
Uackinore (Blackemor, Blacmore), 

Robert, 1522, rector of S. Ebbe's, iii. 
83- 

— Robert, 1527, sch.,i. 593: Reg.Oxon., 
i. in. 

r.lackthorn, John, 1438, opp., iii. 32. 

— Will., iii. 24, see Blackborn. 
/.lacmore, see Blackmore. 

Uadon, Oxon., i. 49, 614. 



Blagrove (Blagrave), Anne, opp., iii. 216. 

— Cath. (mar. Smyth), iii. 133, 216. 

— Eadie ( Edith), opp., f 1632, iii. 217. 

— Edward, opp., iii. 216. 

— Edward, 1648, opp., iii. 210. 

— Ellen (nee Gregory), 1648, opp., 
iii. 210. 

— Geo., S. Jo., f 1625, iii. 216, 225. 

— Grace, opp., iii. 216. 

— Hester, opp., + 1636, iii. 218. 

— Jane, opp., f 1634, 2l 8. 

— John, opp., f 1630, iii. 217. 

— John, Mert., f 1652, iii. 216-8. 

— John, S. Jo., f 1655, iii. 227. 

— Lydia, 1635, °PP-- iii- 216. 

— Mary, opp., iii. 216. 

— Tho., opp., fi643, iii. 133, 216. 

— Will., opp., f 162 1, iii. 216. 

— Will.., opp., iii. 216. 

— mrs. ... , opp., f 1643, iii. 216. 

— ... , 1682, opp., i. 208. 
Blake, Will., 161 5, opp., iii. 35. 

— ... , S. Mary H., f 1643, iii. 243. 
Blakeborne, see Blackburn. 
Blakehall, see Blackhall. 
Blakeleye, Ralph de, ii. 157. 

Blakey, Christopher, S. Mary H., + 1631, 

iii. 242. 
Blakthorn, see Blackthorne. 
Blanchard, Martha (nee Warner), 1614, 

iii. 218. 

— Tho., 1614, Ball., iii. 218. 
Blancpaine family, i. 513. 
Blancpaine, Nigel, i. 489. 

— Simon, i. 489 ; ii. 61. 

Bland, Anthony, opp., f 1614, iii. 239. 

— Edward, 1444, sch., i. 595. 

— Tho., opp., f 1617, iii. 34, 239-40. 

— Will., 161 7, opp., iii. 35. 
Blandesford, John, 1396, eccl., iii. 100. 
Blandford, Walter, bp. of Oxon., f 1675, 

3, r 3- 

Blanket. W'alter, 1420, eccl., iii. 76. 
Blankney, Robert, opp., i. 513. 
Blatherwyke, Northts., iii. 155. 
Blebur., see Blewbury. 
Blecesdon (Blechesdon), i. 57; ii. 191, 

Blechingdon, Oxon., i. 155, 413, 570, 

623-4 ; iii. 118. 
Blechington, Geo., extr., f 1643, iii. 207. 
Bledelawe, Roger, 1351, rector of S. 

Ebbe's, iii. 82. 
Bledlow, Bucks., i. 455. 
Blencow, Anthony. Oriel, f 1618, iii. 240. 
Bletchington, see Blechingdon. 
Blewbury (Bloebir., Blebur.), Robert de. 

1308, vicar of S. Edward's, iii. 84. 
Bleys, Will., bp. of Line, f 1206, ii. 87. 
Blickard, Stukely, Mert.. f 16 16, iii. 202. 

— Susan {nee Jackson), i5i3, iii. 202. 



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INDEX II. 



Blioth, sec Blithe. 

Blike, Walter, 12—, opp., ii. 45. 

Bliss, see Blysse. 

Blithe (Blieth), Annis, opp., f 1610, 
iii. 205. 

— Edward, 1612, iii. 205-6. 

— Eliz., opp., f 1623, iii. 206. 

— Isabel, opp., f 161 8, iii. 205. 

— John, opp., f 161 2, iii. 33, 205. 

— John, opp., f 1627, iii. 206. 

— Philip, opp., f 161 2, iii. 205. 
Blochesham, i. 57. 

Bloebir., see Blewbury. 

Bloet (Bluet), Emma, 1250, nun, ii. 48. 

— Ralph, 11—, ii. 47-8. 

— Robert, bp. of Line, f 11 23, i. 428 ; 
ii. 54, 66-7. 

Blois, France, i. 5. 
Blomer, Tho., extr., f 1643, iii. 264. 
Blomfield, capt. Augustin, f 1645, iii. 
246. 

Blount, Sir Charles, f 1644, iii. 114, 245. 

— James, Oriel, f 1600, iii. no. 

— John, 16 — , iii. no. 

— Mountjoy, earl of Newport, f 1666, 
ii. 550. 

— Tho., f 1079, 1. 299. 

— see also Blunt. 

Bloxham, John, sch., f 1334, iM3°> 44 2 - 

— John, opp., f I353> i- 216. 

— John, Mere., f 1387, i. 380. 

— John, 1407, rector of S. Martin's, iii. 
99. 

Bluet, see Bloet. 

Blundel, Boniface, 1461, sch., i. 600: 
Reg. Oxon., i. 28. 

— John, 1332, opp., iii. 14. 

— Walter, 1331, eccl., iii. 100. 
Blunt, James, extr., f 1600, iii. 238. 

— John, 1600, extr., iii. 238. 

— Tho., 1508, opp., iii. 26. 

— see also Blount. 

Bluntesdon, John, 1327, vicar of S. Ed- 
ward's, iii. 84. 

Blysse, John, 1513, Mert., i. 589 : Reg. 
Oxon., i. 52. 

Blyth, see Blithe. 

Boarstall (Borstall). Bucks., i. 4 ; ii. 151, 

446, 454, 460, 468, 471. 
Bobert, Jacob, + 1680, i. 292-3. 
Bocher, see Butcher. 
Bochland, Hugh de, 1 1 — , i. 428. 
Bockyng, Edward, 151 2, monk, ii. 289. 
Boden, see Bodyn. 
Ttodenham, Robert, + 1644, iii. 245. 
Bodicot, Benj., 1693, opp., iii. 41. 

— Humphrey, 1636, opp., iii. 37. 
Bodley, Sir Tho., fi6i2, i. 547, ^75- 
Bodmin, Cornwall, ii. 300. 
Bodnam, Robert, 4/1644, 2 45« 
Bodo, saint, ii. 44. 



Boduni, i. 472. 

Bodyn (Boden) family, i. 226, 374; 
iii. 66. 

Bodyn, Alice, 1270, opp., iii. 67. 

— Henry, 1225, opp., iii. 67. 

— Juliana, 1240, opp., i. 123; ii. 61; 
iii. 66. 

— Ralph, 13 — , opp., iii. 67. 

— Rich., 1240, opp., i. 123; ii. 61; 
iii. 66. 

— Robert, 1278, opp., i. 226, 479; iii. 
6, 61, 66-7. 

— Roger, opp., f I2 85, iii. 66-7. 

— Stephen, 12 — , opp., iii. 66. 

— William, 1261, opp., iii. 63, 66. 

— see also Bowdyn. 
Boece (Boethius), Hector, 1*1536, ii. 

420, 483. 
Boethius, ii. 216, 259. 
Bogan.Zachary, 1648, Corp., i. 547,623. 
Bohemia, i. 184. 
Bohun family, iii. 1 30. 
Bohun, Humphrey, see Hereford. 

— Humphrey, i. 277. 

— Matilda, i. 277. 

Bok eland (?Buckland, Berks.), ii. 26. 
Bokeland, John, abbot of Osney, f 1403, 
iii. 315. 

— Tho. de, vicar of S. Peter's E., + 1 361, | 
i. 581-2; ii. 215; iii. 97. 

— W T alter, 1502, sch., i. 590. 
Bokelinton, Will, de, i. 109. 
Bokingham, John de, 1368, opp., i. 96, 

581-2 ; iii. 17. 

— John de, bp. of Line, 1*1396, ii. 171 ; 
iii. 78, 85, 94. 

— see also Buckingham. 
Bolingbroke, see Bullingbroke. 
Bolle (Bolles) family, i. 198, 283. 
Bolle (Boll), Petronilla, 1264, ii. 508. 

— Walter, 12 — , i. 197, 283; ii. 508. 
Bollor, Robert, 1382, rector of S. 

Mildred's, iii. 96. 
Bologna, see Bononia. 
Bolre, Hugh de, 1 2 — , i. 339. 
Bolt, Edmund, 1642, opp., iii. 37. 
Bolter, Henry, 12 — , i. 376. 
Bolton, Ann (mar. Tymes), 1632, iii. 217. 

— John de, 1364, eccl., i. 171. - 

— Utred, ii. 320, 377. 
Bomy, France, ii. 135. 
Bon, see Boone. 

Bonaventura, saint, f 1274, ii. 373, 376. 
Bongey, see Bungay. 
Bonhommes, the, ii. 299. 
Boniface of Savoy, arbp. of Cant., 

f 1270, ii. 214, 404. 
Boniface VIII, pope, f 1303, ii. 250, 

321, 336, 423. 
Bonivalet (Bonuallet), Robert, 1240, 

opp., iii. 9. 



INDEX II. 



353 



"Bonivalet. Roger, 1190, i. 173.. 526. 
Bonner, Edmund, bp. of London, f 1569, 
i- 563. 

Bononia (Bologna), ii. 3 22 , 33 s , 374- 
Bononiensis, Leander, ii. 319. 
Boole, Roger, 1444, sch., i. 600. 
Boone (Bowne, Bon, Boune), Margaret 
[mar. Smyth), iii. 133, 1S9. 

— Mary (nee Astley), opp., f 1653, iii. 
189. 

— Mary (nee Barnes), 1603, iii. 248. 

— Robert, opp., f 1653, iii. 133, 189. 

— Walter, 1381, opp., iii. 18-9, 47, 75. 

— Will., 1457, sch., i. 595. 

— William, 1603, iii. 248. 

— mrs. fi629, iii. 217: perhaps 
Mary (Barnes), supra. 

Booth, Edward, Bras., f 1622, iii. 241. 

— see also Both. 

Bordon (Burdon), Walter, 1306, Cane. 

Univ. Oxon., iii. 103. 
Boreman, Rich., Ch. Ch., f 1668, ii. 

55°- 

IBorewald, see Burewald. 
iBorst family, i. 129. 

Borstall (?) family, i. 1 29. 

Borstall, see Boarstall. 

Bosco, Will, de, 1308, Cane. Univ. 
Oxon., i. 184; iii. 103. 

Boseley (de Bosellis), Gregory, friar, ii. 

349, 355, 39 2 - 

— Hugh, 1580, iii. 223. 

, — Joan (nee Hewett), 1580, iii. 223. 
Bosevile, Walter, 1300, friar, ii. 386. 

— see also Boswell. 
Boseworth, see Bosworth. 
Boso, A. D. 517-, i. 45, 56, 61. 
Bossehall (Bossall), Yorks, ii. 273. 
Bost, Joan, 1348, opp., i. 521. 
-John, opp., fi348, i. 485,521; ii. 

80; iii. 43-5. John, son of William 
Bost, is called also John, son of 
William de Oxon, iii. 44-5, and 
probably also John de Oxon, iii. 44. 
See Oxon, John de, 1340. 

— Mabel, 1330, opp., ii. 78. 

— Margaret, opp., + 1339, ii. 80. 
-Walter, 1291, opp., i. 343; ii. 80, 

265. 

— William, f 1336, i. 485 ; ii. 78, 80 ; 
iii. 43-5 : called Will, de Oxon. 

k>stius, ii. 428 (?Bostonus Buriensis). 
>ostock, Edward, Univ., f 1644, iii. 
2 45- 

>oston, Lines., i. 531. 
lostonus Buriensis, ii. 379 : see Bostius, 
supra. 

Iloswell (Bosvile), Alice (mar. Ed- 
monds), 1610, iii. 229. 
, - Edmund, 1501, eccl., iii. 147. 
r John, bedell, + 1501, iii. 147. 



Boswell, Sir Tho., + 1643, iii. 115, 244. 

— W alter, 1300, friar, ii. 386. 

— Will., opp., f 1638, iii. 35-6, 39, 
213. 

Bosworth, Leic, i. 532. 
Bosworth (Boseworth), Alice (mar. 
Furnes), 1596, opp., iii. 201. 

— Alice, opp., fi6i6, iii. 217. 

— Alice, 1635, °PP-, iii- J 95- 

— Eliz. (mar. Smyth), opp., f 1673, iii. 
133, 202. 

— Henry, opp., f 1634, 35~ 6 , T 33, 
195, 217-8, 263. 

— John, 1455, opp., iii. 23. 

— Martin, opp., + 161 2, iii. 217. 

— Will., 1348, opp., i. 361. 
Botcher, see Butcher. 

Botel, Henry, and Roger, de, i. 439. 
Boteler, John, rector of S. Mich. S. G., 

1 1 361, iii- 94- 

— Rob., 1377, opp., ii. 490. 
— ■ see also Butler. 
Boterel, Peter, 11 — , ii. 533. 

Both, Will., 1535, Broadg. H., i. 604 : 
Reg. Oxon., i. 133, 184. 

— see also Booth. 

Botley (Botteley), Berks., iii. 273. 
Botley, Luke de, 12 — , i. 197. 
Boucher, Tho., see Bourchier. 
Bouchier, Tho., 14 — , sch., i. 597. 
Bough, Robert, 151 1, opp., iii. 27. 
bounds, beating the, iii. 71. 
Boune, see Boone. 

Bourchier (Boucher, Burgchier), Tho., 
arbp. of Cant., f i486, i. 537 ; ii. 288, 
526. 

Bourgh, Will, de, iii; 13. 

Bourne, Giles, Pemb., f 1644, iii. 208. 

— Tim., 1692, opp., iii. 41. 

— Will., S. Jo., 1 1623, iii. 224. 
Bourton, see Burton. 

Bovill, Simon de, 1238, friar, ii. 337. 
Bowden, see Bowdyn. 
Bowdler, Jane (mar. Wardour), fi653, 
iii. 146. 

Bowdyn (Bowden), Alice, 15 — , opp., 
iii. 169-70. 

— Maryon (mar. Seman), 1540, opp., 
iii. 169-70. 

— Ralph de, 1507, opp., iii., 26 (Baw- 
don), 169-70, 172. 

— Will., 1444, sch., i. 599. 

— see also Bodyn. 

Bowell, John, 1680, opp., iii. 40. 
Bowen (Bowyn), John, + 1614, iii. 259. 
Bower, Giles, sch., + 1580, iii. 230. 
Bowey, Peter, iii. 126. 
Bowie, Will., 1450, sch., i. 601. 
Bowles, John, ?Pembr., + 1667, iii. 209. 
Bowman, Eliz. (nee Potter), 1623, iii. 
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354 



INDEX II. 



Bowman, Frances, opp., f 1644, iii. 245. 

— Jane, opp., + 1641, iii. 124, 243. 

— John, iii. 126. 

— Leonard, 1623, opp., iii. 36-8, 124, 
2 37> 2 43, 245/ 

Bowne, see Boone. 

Bowring, Alice (mar. Perot), 1640, iii. 
21S. ' 

— Avys (n^e Gryce), 1620, opp., iii. 
237- 

— Tho., opp., f 1639, iii. 118, 237. 

— mrs. ... , 1 1664, iii. 247. 
Bowyer, Walter, 1433, i. 226. 
Bowyn, see Bovven. 

Boxley, ii. 169. 

boy-bachelor, a, iii. 165. 

boy-bishop, a, ii. 226. 

Boyden, Hugh, 1575, opp., iii. 32. 

Boys, Anthony, 1584, iii. 122. 

— David, friar, ii. 428. 

— Mallina, f 1584, iii. 122. 
Brabant, ii. 169. 

Brace, Frances (nee Frere), 1588, iii. 
155,210. 

— Tho., 1588, iii. 155, 210. 
Bracebridge, Lines., iii. 192. 
Bracegirdle, Alice (mar. Haynes), 1563, 

opp., iii. 229. 

— Eleanor, opp., f 1602, iii. 238. 

— Roger, f 1610, opp., iii. 126, 238-9. 
Braci, Gilb. de, Susan de, Will, de, 

1145, ii. 199. 
Brackley (Brakkele), Northts., iii. 94, 

152 : Brackley hospital, i. 527. 
Brackley (Brakele), Roger de, rector of 

S. Clem., f 1275, iii. 80. 

— Stephen, 1392, rector of S. Mich. 
S. G., iii. 94. 

— Will, de, 1290, eccl., ii. 518. 
Bracton, Henry, f 1267, i. 473 ; ii. 15, 

153. 

Braddyll, Anthony, S. Mary H., +1621, 
iii. 241. 

— Hamden, f 1605, iii. 238. 

— Ralph, S. Mary H., f 1632, iii. 115, 
238, 241-2. 

— see also Bradle. 
Bradewell, see Bradwell. 
Bradford, Wilts., iii. 155. 

Bradford, James, Bras., + 1606, iii. 238. 
Bradle, Edward, sch., f 1603, iii. 238. 

— see also Braddyll. 

Bradley, Samuel, f 1642, iii. 243. 
Bradmere, John, 1419, opp., iii. 20. 
Bradshaw, Tho., iii. 158. 

— Will., vicar of S. Mary Magd., 

ti434»«i-9 I - 
Bradsted. dio. Cant., iii. 95. 
Bradwardine, Tho., arbp. of Cant., 

f 1349, ii. 388, 464 
Bradwell, dio. Wore, iii. 91. 



Bradwell (Bradewell), David, 1410, 
rector of S. Martin's, iii. 88. 

— N cholas, i. ] 31. 

— Rich, de, 1271, rector of S. Clem., 
iii. 80. 

— Thomas, 1391, prior of S. Frides- 
wyde, iii. 101. 

Brady, ... , S. Jo., t I 577> 223. 
Braggys, Will., 1450, Bras. H.,i. 588, 

593, 600 bis, 601. 
Brailles (Brayles), John de, rector of 

S. Mild., f 1333, ii. 96; iii. 96. 

— Maud, 13 — , ii. 96. 

— Nicholas, 13 — , ii. 96. 
Brain, see Brayn. 
Brainford, i. e. Brentford, q. v. 
Brainthwaite, Rich., opp., + 1645, n « 

70. 

Brakele, see Brackley. 
Bramley, rev. H. R., ii. 533. 
Brampton, see Brompton. 
Brampwyth, Robert, sch., f I 3°7 5 i« 
375- 

Bramsgrove, Will., Magd. C, *}- 1636, 
iii. 256. 

Bramwych, Rich., 1460, opp., iii. 23. 
Brandwood, John, Bras., f 1621, iii. 
241. 

Brantingham, Yorks., ii. 273. 
brasses, memorial, iii. 110-96. 
Brassington, Derby, i. 543. 
Bray, John, 1365, i. 423. 

— (Richard), 1567, N. I. H., i. 608: 
Reg. Oxon., i. 246. 

— Vivian de, i. 527. 
Brayles, see Brailles. 
Brayn, Rich., see Brian. 

— Will., 1394, eccl., iii. 74. 
Braynton, Isabel, 151 7, nun, i. 539. 
Breaunt (Brent), Falcas, 1266, i. 273; 

ii. 45. 

Brecham, Will, de, i. 529. 

Bredon, Will., 13 — , ii. 301. 

Brees, see Brishe. 

Brehull, see Brill. 

Brehull, Isold de, 1325, i. 206. 

— Jeffrey de, 1362, opp., iii. 17, 46. 

• — John de, 1325, opp., i. 206, 411; 

iii. 15. 

— Maud de, 1281, ii. 328. 

— Robert de, 1367, i. 569. 

— Will, de, 1281, ii. 328. 
Breint, i. 238. 

Brekinson, ... , ii. 34: Wood's Life and 

Times, iv. 261. 
Brembhar, T., 1436, sch., i. 587. 
Brempton, John de, 13 — : ,. i. 275. 
Bren, David, 1303, sch., i. 190. 
Brenger, John, 1368, sch., ii. 283. 
Brent, Falcas, see Breaunt. 

— Nathaniel, Mert., f 1652, i. 11-2. 



INDEX II. 



355 



Brentford (Brainford), Midd., i. 626; 
iii. in. 

Brether, John, 1456, sch., ii. 455. 
Breton. Elias, 12—, ii. 61. 
Brett, Henry, 16 — , iii. 113. 

— Henry, I-1671, iii. 113, 247. 

— Jerorne, f 1644, iii. 245. 
Breull. see Brill. 

Brew, Will., 1461, sch., i. 594, 598. 
Brewer, see Bruer. 

Brian (Brayn\ Rich., 1391, opp., iii. 
18-9. 

— Rich., 1578, opp., 111. 32, 34. 

— Will., see Brayn. 

— see also Bryan. 

Briand, Francis, 1541, sch., ii. 532. 

Brianus, i. 236-8. 

Brice, see Brishe, Bryce. 
i Brickendine, Will., Pernor., f 1666, iii. 
I 208. 

j Bricon, see Bryton. 

; Bricot, Edmund, 1527, friar, ii. 402. 

j Briddilton, Philip de, friar, ii. 372. 

I Brideport, see Bridport. 

i Bridethorpe, John de, 11 89, ii. 15. 

Bridgeman, see Bridgman. 

Bridger, Laur., *j- 1638, iii. 259. 

Bridges, Arthur, extr., ^1643, iii. 243. 

— Eliz. (rnar. Hannes), 1602, opp., iii. 
201. 

— Eliz. (nee Davenant), f 1672, iii. 
173- 

1 — Gabriel, Corp., f 1662, iii. 173. 

— John, bp. of Oxon., f 1618, i. 435; 
ii. it. 

Bridget, saint, iii. 142. 
; Bridgewater, Som., ii. 370. 
Bridgewater, Alice (mar. Furs), 1570, 

opp., iii. 210. 
Bridgman, Anne, opp., f 1554, iii. 202. 

— Edward, S. Jo., + 1568, iii. 29, 211. 
j — John, 1 531, opp., iii. 29, 211. 

; — Mary (nee White), 15 — , iii. 29, 211. 
j— Sir Orlando, tJ-674, iii. 187-8, 245. 

— Will., opp., 1 1565, iii. 211. 
. — lady ... , f 1644, 2 45- 

Bridlington, Yorks., ii. 229. 
Bridlington, Philip de, 1300, friar, ii. 
386-7. 

Bridport (Brideport, Bridethorpe), Giles 
de, bp. of Sarum, + 1262, i. 86. 

— John de, 1189, eccl., i. 377; ii. 15, 
26. 

— Peter de, ii. 447, 460. 

— Robert, ii. 15. 

Brierton, Rich., f 1627, iii. 217. 

— Theophilus, 1627, iii. 217. 
'Brigeman, see Bridgman. 

Briggenden, see Brickendine. ■ 
;Biiggs, Rich., extr., f 1644, iii. 233. 

— Tho., 1462, ii. 499. 



Brigham, John, 1450, sch., i. 590 : 
Anstey, Mun. Acad., 621, gives the 
name as ' Brygan.' 

— see also Bryton. 

Brightwell (Britwell), Oxon., ii. 13 ; iii. 
124. 

Brill (Brehull), Bucks., i. 206 ; ii. 151, 
446. 

Brill, see Brehull. 
Brimsfield, baron of, see Giffard. 
Brinkley, Walter, friar, ii. 377, 402. 
Brinton monastery, ii. 130: Wood's 

Life and Times, iv. 90. 
Briscow, Thomas, iii. 99, see Burstogh. 
Brise, Henry, extr., f 1645, iii. 234. 

— John, extr., f 1645, iii. 234. 
Brishe (Brysh), John, 1585, iii. 33, 

230. 

— Will., f 1585, iii. 230. 

— see also Bryce. 

Brisingham, Henry de, 1 261, friar, ii. 

348, 367-8, 400. 
Bristol (Bristow), Glouc, ii. 349, 355, 

377» 39 2 J i»- 48, "5> 1 7 I » 2 4 2 - 
Bristol (Bristowe), Alienore de, i. 571-3. 

— John de, 1337, fri ar ' 4^3- 

— John, 1435, opp., iii. 22, 57. 

— Tho., 1502, opp., iii. 26. 
Bristow, Eliz. (nee Davenant), f 1672, 

iii. 173, 234. 

— Rich., 1632, S. Jo., iii. 173, 234. 
Britannicus, Johannes, i. 484. 
Britanny = Britain, i. 45, 48, 54, 238. 
British, Britons, in history and legend, 

i- 4*~5> 56, 61, 234, 236-9, 355, 417, 
472, 625, 627-8; ii. 33-4, 65, 133, 
489. 

British, i.e. Welsh, words, explained, 

i- 44, 347 5 *33- 
Briton, Laurence, friar, ii. 375. 

— Ralph, 1158, i. 151. 

Britritius, monetarius, i. 471 : see Bry- 

thricus. 
Britwell, see Brightwell. 
Broad (Brode), Tho., f 1630, iii. 263. 

— Tho., f 1650, iii. 264. 
Broadbent, Barbara (nee Vaughan), 

1585, iii. 254. 

— Laur., 1585, iii. 254. 

Brocas, Bernard, and Isabel, ii. 411. 
Brockhurst, Edward (? Edmund), Oriel, 
f 1624, iii. 241. 

— Will., f 1643, iii. 115, 244. 
Brode, see Broad. 

Broderick, Francis, sen., 1640. iii. 215. 

— Francis, jun., + 1640, iii.- 2 15. 

— mrs. ... (nee Dewy), iii. 215. 
Brodgate, Will., Oriel, f 1634, 2 4 2 - 
Broke, see Brooke. 

Brokinton, i. 50. 

Brome (Broome) family, i. 338. 



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356 



INDEX II. 



I -Ironic (Hiom), Adam, Oriel, fi332, 
i. 145, 196, 373; ii. 17, 21 ; iii. 105, 
125, 246. 

- Christopher, 1590, i. 338. 

— Geo., 1590, i. 282, 338. 

— Henry, 1666, i. 386. 

— Josias, extr., f 1643, iii. 233. 

— Tho., friar, f 1380, ii. 426. 
Bromfeld, Will de, 1333, i. 384. 
Bromhall (Bromhale), Roger, 1539, 

eccl., iii. 77. 

- ... , I43 8 , sch., i. 587. 
Bromiard, John, 1390, friar, ii. 320. 
Brompton (Brampton), John, abbot of 

Jervaux, ii. 521 : Wood's Life and 
Times, iv. 261. 

— John de, 1327, sheriff of Oxon., i. 

— John, 1405, opp., iii. 19. 

— Robert de, 1366, eccl., iii. 78. 

— Will., 1403, opp., i. 202, 205, 228; 
iii. 19-22, 49, 75. 

Brook (Brookes, Broke), Bridget (mar. 
Tilliard), 1632, iii. 217. 

— Christopher, Wadh., f 1665, iii. 221. 

— Duke, 16 — , iii. 147. 

— Edward, 1562, opp., iii. 31. 

— James, Ball., bp. of Glouc, f 1559, 
i. 545-6 ; iii. 104. 

— John, 1502, opp., iii. 26-7. 

— Sir John, 1621, iii. 53. 

— John, Bras., f 1627, iii. 242. 

— Joseph, opp., f 1630, iii. 35, 232. 

— Margaret, t lf M-2, iii. 147, 213. 

— Ralph, +1625, i. 272, 277-8: Wood's 
Life and Times, iv. 262. 

— Richard (or Will.), 1298, monk, ii. 
250. 

— Richard (Will., in error), 1462, sch., 

i. 587 : Reg. Oxon., i. 31. 

— Rich., vicar of S. Mary Magd., 
f 1500, iii. 92. 

— Tho., 1603, opp., iii. 34. 

— Tho., fi64i, iii. 259. 

— Will., see Richard, supra. 

— Will., 1498, sch., i. 595, 602 : Reg. 
Oxon., i. 51. 

— ... , 1553, opp., i. 615. 

— ... , 1666, opp., i. 436, 488. 

— mrs. ... , 1680, opp., iii. 223. 
Brookthrop, Glouc, iii. 176. 
Broome, see Brome. 

Broughton, Roger de, 1327, rector of 

S. Ebbe's, iii. 82. 
Brouncker, William, viscount, f 1645, 

ii. 550. 

— Winifred, viscountess, f 1649, ii. 
550. 

Browne (Broune), Anthony, + 1643, ii. 
55o. 

— Eleanor, opp., f 1603, iii. 212. 



Browne, Eliz. (Petty), 160(1, iii. 254. 

— James, clerk Univ. Oxon., f 1668, 
iii. 219, 247. 

— John, 1386, iii. 94. 

— John, 1461, sch., i. 511, 588. 

— rev. John, 1606, iii. 254. 

— John, 1628, opp., iii. 36, 236. 

— John, Exet., fi666, iii. 253. 

— Margaret (nde Gorton), 1566, opp., 
iii. 210. 

— Mary (mar. Smyth), 1597, opp., iii. 
201. 

— Mary, 1627, extr., iii. 143. 

— Ralph, 1450, sch., i. 590. 

— Rieh.., Line, f 1452, i. 114. 

— Rich., 1533, ii. 101. 

— Rich., opp., fi6o7, iii. 32-4, 210, 
212. 

— Rich., f 1672, iii. 219. 

— Stephen, 1487, sch., ii. 17. 

— Tho., 14— , ii. 84. 

— Tho., Trim, f T627, iii. 143. 

— Tobias, 1659, opp., iii. 38-9, 41. 

— Walter, 1303, sch., i. 74. 

— Will., Magd. C., 1 1678, iii. 236. 

— Wolstan (Wistan), 1446, sch., i. 
600-1. 

— ... , 15— i- 422. 

— ... , 17— , opp., i. 449. 

— mrs. ... , f 1643, iii. 244. 
Browning, Andrew, opp., *f 1551, ii. 52; 

iii. 189. 

— John, 1461, eccl., iii. 89. 
Brownwith, Rich., 1460, opp., iii. 23. 
Bruce (Brus), Robert (Drieux) de, 1207, 

ii. 297. 

— Robert, king, ii. 420, 437. 
Bruch, Atherton, Bras., f 1633, iii. 115, 

242. 

bruckbote, i. 411. 
Bruell, see Brehull. 

Bruer, Anthony, Oriel, f 1602, iii. 212, 

— 1369, rector of S. Clem., iii. 
80. 

Bruerne (Bruer) abbey, Oxon., ii. 8, 28, 
217. 

Brugge, John, 1464, rector of S. Mar- 
tin's, iii. 84. 

Brugges, Will., 1450, i. 614. 

Brumman le rich, or de Walton, 1074, 
opp., i. 348, 351, 354; ii. 63, 182, 
187, 195. 

Brun, lady ... , and Sir Morice, ii. 340. 
Bruncher, Brunser, see Brouncker. 
Bruns, Tho., 141 2, rector of S. Aldate's, 

iii. 77. 
Brus, see Bruce. 

Brushe (Brusch), John, 1585, iii. 33- 

— Tho., 1398, rector of S. Mildred's, 
iii. 96 : the same as Burstogh, q. v. 



INDEX II. 



357 



Brut (Brute, Brutus), i. 43-4, 233, 
624-5. 

Bruton, E. G., 1. p. vn, 243, 441. 

— Martin de, 1 2—, ii. 447, 460. 
Brutt, Maurice le, 1 351, rector of S. 

Clem., iii. So. 
Bryan, Henry, 1457, sch., i. 600-1. 

— ... , 1 5 10, sch., i. 60S. 

— see also Brian. 

Bryce, Alice, opp., f 1635, iii. 232 : see 

also Brishe. 
Brycon, see Bryton. 
Bryers, capt. John, f 1646, iii. 256. 
Brygan, see Brigham. 
Brynckley, see Brinkley. 
Brysh, see Brish. 

Brythricus, monetarius, 11 — , opp., i. 

471 ; ii. 189. 
Bryton (Bricon, Brycon), John, 1458, 

sch., i. 599: Reg. Oxon., i. 21 : see 
! also Brigham. 
Bucchius, Jerem., 1590, ii. 343. 
Buchanan, Geo., f 1582, ii. 420. 
Buck, Geo., 1646, i. 532. 

— Rich., extr., f 1554, iii. 203. 
Buckby, Northts., iii. 88. 
Buckden, Hunts., ii. 423. 
Buckewell, Kent, iii. 145. 

Buckfast, Arnold, 1528, monk, ii. 309. 
Buckfastleigh abbey, Dorset, ii. 294. 
Buckhurst, Tho. Sackville, lord, f 1608, 
ii. 34 2 - 

Buckingham, archdeacon of, ii. 497. 
Buckingham, Edward Stafford, duke of, 
ti.529, ii. 255. 

— George Vijliers, 2nd duke of, ti-687, 
j iii. 57- 

Buckingham, Hugh de, abbot of Osney, 
f 1205, iii. 314. 

— John de, see Bokingham. 

\ Buckinghamshire, i. 6, 338 ; iii. 54. 
I Buckland, see Bokeland. 
! Buckle, Rich., extr., f 161 3, iii. 262. 
i Buckler, see Bukiller. 
! Bucknell (Bukenhull), Oxon., ii. 191. 
Buckner, Dorothy (nee Huckvale), iii. 
132. 

— Hugh, 1592, opp., iii. 33. 

— Rose (mar. Smyth), f 1582, iii. 132, 
201. 

— Will., 15 — , iii. 132. 
Buckwell, Kent, iii. 145. 

Bud, Jeffrey, and Matilda, 12 — , i. 
222. 

Budda, Leofwine, 11 — , opp., ii. 189. 
Budden, John, Broadg. H., f 1620, i. 

605 ; ii. 527 ; iii. 206. 
Budeport, Robert, ii. 15. 
I Budic, king, ii. 44. 

1 Budington, John, 1371, monk, ii. 287. 
Budo, saint, ii. 44. 



Bufford (Buffard), Sam., 12 — , opp., iii. 
60. 

— Will., 1302, opp., i. 206. 
Bugwell, Alice de, 1352, opp., i. 223: 

ii. 324. 

— Durand de, opp., f 1352, i. 223 ; ii. 
105, 324* 333- 

Bukenhull, see Bucknell. 

Bukiller, ... , 1446, sch., i. 598. 

Bukley, see Bulkley. 

Bulbeck, Asselma, 1349, nun, iii. 102. 

— Isabel, see Oxford, countess of. 
Bulcomb, John, 1466, sch., i. 589. 

— John, 1 5 10, rector of S. Ebbe's, iii. 83. 

— John, 1519, opp., iii. 27. 

— Maud, 1500, opp., iii. 172. 

— Will., opp., f 1518, iii. 26-7, 172. 
Buleia, Rich, de, ii. 502. 

Bulkley, Arthur, 1523, rector of S. 
Peter B., iii. 99-100. 

— Rich., 1446, sch., i. 67-8, 145, 600. 

— Rich., 1458, sch., i. 594. 

— Roger, 1438, sch., i. 595, 600 : Reg. 
Oxon., i. 2. 

— Roger, T448, rector of S. Aldate's, 

iii. 77. 

— Roger, 1461, Magd. C., i. 145. 

— ... , 1462, sch., i. 589. 

Bull, Corbet, extr., f 1629, iii. 207. 

— Eliz. (nee Charles), 1627, iii. 217. 

— Eliz. (mar. Gayton), 1639, iii- 21 8- 

— Joan (nee Chapman), 1584, iii. 229. 

— Martin, f 1629, iii. 225, 229. 

— Richard, 1627, iii. 217. 

— Richard, bedell, f 1637, iii- 2 26. 

— R. (?), f 1646, iii. 115, 246. 
Bullen, Anne, f 1536, ii. 10. 
Buller, John, Wadh., f 1634, iii' 22 1. 
Bullingbroke, 1438, sch., i. 588. 

Anstey, Mun. Acad. 522, gives the 
name as Bustynbrok. 
Bullock, Maurice, 1552, sch., ii. 244. 

— ... , 1588, opp., i. 216. 

Bulmer, Will, de, 1323, vicar of S. 

Peter E., iii. 97. 
Bungay, Suffolk, ii. 368. 
Bungay (Bongey), Ralph de, eccl., ii. 

102. 

— Tho. de, friar, ii. 348, 368, 385, 
400-1. 

Bunter, Dionis, 1346, i. 344. 
Bunting, John, 1407, opp., iii. 20, 50. 
Burbridge (Burbrigg), John, 1396, opp., 
i. 101 ; iii. 19, 48, 176. 

— John, 14 — , ?eccl., iii. 176. 
Burcestre (Burchester) family, ii. 107. 
Burchester, Alice, 1340, opp., ii. 83, 

107. 

— Alienor, 1331, opp., i. 401. 

— Nich., opp., fi349> ii- 8 3> 107-8; 
iii. 74. 



353 



INDEX II. 



Bur Chester, Will., opp., ^1340, i. 148, 
401, 523; ii. 107 ; iii. 13-5. 
spelt also Bercncestre, Burnchester, 
Byrcestre. 

Burdet, John, 1378, vicar of S. Giles', 
iii. 85. 

Burdun (Bordon), Walter. 1306, Cane. 

Univ. Oxon., iii. 103. 
Burenton, John de, 1277, rector of 

S. Ebbe's, iii. 81. 
Bureton (Bierton), Bucks., iii. 93. 
Burewald (Borewald, Burwald) family, 

i. 67, 72 ; ii. 88-9 ; iii. 2, 67. 
Burewald, Agnes, 1224, opp., ii. 193. 

— Dionisia, 1240, opp., i. 65, 350, 
353-4, 514; ii. 88-9; iii. 68. 

— Gilbert, ii. 88. 

— Hugh, ii. 88. 

— John, 12—, opp., i. 507; ii. 193. 

— Lambert, 1262, opp., i. 72 ; iii. 68. 

— Ralph, 11 — , opp., ii. 88 ; iii. 68. 

— Robert, 12 — , opp., ii. 88; iii. 64, 

— Roger, 1244, opp., i. 218, 564; iii. 
68. 

— Walter, 12 — , opp., iii. 67. 

— Will., 12—, opp., i. 488 ; iii. 67-8. 

— ... , opp., i. 246. 
Burewaldescote, see Burwaldscote. 
Burford, Oxon.,i. 50, 57 ; ii. 10, 12, 15 ; 

iii. 161, 170. 
burgage, free, i. 118. 
Burgavenny, see Bergavenny. 
Burgan, Ralph, ii. 508. 
Burgash, see Burgesh. 
Burgchier, see Bourchier. 
Burgersh, see Burgesh. 
Burges (Burgeys) family, i. 93. 
Surges (Burgeys, Buriays), Philip, 12 — , 

opp., i. 93 ; iii. 4. 

— Will, 1259, opp., i. 93, 491 ; ni. 61, 
63, 66. 

Burgesh (Burgersh, Burwash), Henry, 
bp. of Line, f 1340, i. 107 ; ii. 16-7, 
37, 61, 87, 93-4, 98, 170, 423, 496, 
515 ; iii. 82. 

Burgeveny, see Bergavenny. 

Burgeys, see Burges. 

Burghfield, Berks., i. 171. 

Burghiil, see Burhill. 

Burgo, Will, de, iii. 13. 

Buriays, see Burges. 

Burgon, J. W., i. 616. 

Burgundy, ii. 307. 

Burhedus, king, ii. 130. 

Burhill (Burghiil), Robert, 1588, Corp., 
i- 547- 

Burley, Walter, Mert., f 1346, i. 42, 50, 
349- 

Burnbie, see Burnly. 
Burnchester, see Burchester. 



Burnell, Dionis (Dennis), 1461, sch., i. 
511, 588. 

— Edward, 13 — , i. 157-8. 

— Peter, 1 503, rector of S. Martin's, 
iii. 88. 

— Philip, 13—, i. 157. 

— Robert, bp. of Bath and Wells, 
t 1292, i. 157,334; 2 95> 302,468. 

— Will., 1 291, eccl., i. 157-8, 168. 
Burnet, Andrew, opp., f^So, iii. 31, 

211. 

— Eleanor (mar. Clutterbuck), 1607, 
opp., iii. 210. 

— Eliz., opp., f 1568, iii. 211. 
Burnham, Bucks, ii. 385, 411. 
Burnham, Joan (nee Potter), 1642, iii. 

218. 

— Rob., 1669, opp., iii. 39. 

— Tho., 1642, opp., i. 83, 385 ; iii. 39, 
218. 

Burnly (Burnbie), John, 1456, monk, 

ii. 269, 274. 

Burninghull, John de, rector of S. Mart., 

1 1315, iii. 89. 
Burnsey, Anthony, Line, f 16 14, iii. 

262. 

Burold, ir — , opp., ii. 88-9. 
Burroughs (Burrows), John, -J* 1643, ii. 
55o. 

— John, 1692, opp., iii. 41. 
Burstogh, Tho. de, 141 8, rector of 

S. Mild., iii. 75-6, 96, 99 (' Briscow'). 
Burt, Eliz. (nee Petty), 1637, iii- 2I 4* 

— Will., New C, f 1679, i. 6 ; iii. 214. 

— see also Byrtt. 

Burthon., ?near Wheatley, Oxon., ii. 
191. 

Burthon, Burton (= Blackbourton), 
Oxon., ii. 191, 199; iii. 84. 

Burton-on-Trent, Staff., iii. 149: Bur- 
ton-on-Trent abbey, ii. 255. 

Burton (Bourton), Hugh de, ii. 199. 

— Hugh, 1439, eccl., ii. 529. 

— or Barton, John, abbot of Osney and 
prior of S. Frid., iii. 291, 315. 

— John de, 1344, eccl., iii. 95. 

— Robert de, ii. 199. 

— Robert, 1408, friar, ii. 337. 

— Robert, 1423, Univ., i. 562. 

— Robert, Ch. Ch., f 1640, ii. 550 ; 

iii. 194. 

— Will, de, 1334, rector of S. Clem., 
iii. 80. 

— Will., 1485, rector of S. Peter B., 
iii. 99. 

— Will., Bras., + 1645, *« T 3- 

— Will., Gloc. H., f 1657, i. 4 8 > 2 38, 
242 ; ii. 261. 

Burwald, see Burewald. 
Burwaldescote, Roger, 1245, eccl., i. 
81 ; ii. 60. 



INDEX II. 



359 



Burwash, set Burgesh. 
Bury (Bery), Arthur, Exet., f 1713, iii. 
222. 

— Edmund, recorder of Oxford, f 1541, 
iii. 55, 202. 

— John, Exet., + 1558, ii. 232, 242. 

— Rich, de, bp. of Durham, t J 345> 
373 (D angertiekP ; ii. 263-5, 272 
(Angerville), 3S0 (Philobiblos), 405 
(Philobiblion). 

— see also Berry. 

Bury S. Edmund's, see S. Edmundsbury. 
Busby, Henry, 1522, opp., iii. 28. 

— John, opp., f 1644, iii. 252. 

— Margaret ^nee Speed), 1665, iii. 218. 

— Rich., extr., f 161S, iii. 262. 

— Tho.. Bras., f 1620, iii. 250. 

— Will.', 1665, iii. 218. 
Bushell, Sam., f 1643, iii. 244. 
Bushey, Grace, extr., f 1643, iii. 233. 

— Lewis, extr., f 1644, iii. 233. 
Bushop, Anthony, extr., 1 1600, iii. 261. 

— see also Bishop. 

Bussell, Will., 1492, opp., iii. 25. 
Bussey, Anne (mar. Smyth), f 1609, 
iii. 132. 

— rev. John, 15 — , iii. 132. 

— Roger de, 11 42, i. 272. 

j Bust, Frances, f 1599, iii. 204. 

— Francis, f 1579, iii. 203. 

— Henry, 1577, opp., iii. 199. 

— Henry, Magd. C., f 161 7, iii. 199, 
203, 205. 

— Joan, 1 1579, iii. 203. 

— Joan, f 1603, iii. 204. 

— Robert, f 1597, iii. 204. 

1 — Will., Ch'. Ch., f 1608, iii. 204-5. 
, Bustard, Anne (mar. Frere), + 1544, iii. 
154- 

— John, 15—, iii. 154. 

— Rich., 1466, opp., iii. 24. 

j Bustynbrok, see Bullingbroke. 
i But, Felicia and Robert, ii. 61. 
i Butcher (Bocher), Will., Corp., f 1585, 
i. 544. 

' Butler (Boteler), Sir Edward, 1665, iii. 
200, 209. 

— Jane, f 1666, iii. 200, 209. 

— John, rector of S. Mich. S. G., 
f 1 361, iii. 94. 

— John, 1450, sch., i. 602 : Reg. Oxon., 
i. 25. 

— Nathaniel, 1620, iii. 113. 

— Nathaniel, Oriel, f 1628, iii. 113, 242. 

— Robert, 1377, opp., ii. 490. 

— Will., friar, f 1410, ii. 378. 
, — Will., f 1644, »• 550- 

— ... , 1462, sch., i. 594. 
Butterwyke family, i. 297. 
Butterwyke, Robert, sch., 1*1415, i. 

297-8. 



Buttle, Rich., fi6i3, i"- 2I 7> 262. 
Button, Will., ii. 214. 
Bybury, dio. Wore, ii. 199, 216. 
Bybury (Bibury), John de, 13 16, abbot 
of Osney, iii. 314. 

— John de, 1340, opp., iii. 45. 

— Tho. de, 1327, opp., iii. 14. 

— Will, de, 1 319, rector of All Saints', 
iii. 73. 

Byby, John, 1434, sch., 1. 590. 

— Will., 1452, sch., i. 601. 
Bycouyll, Will., 1435, rector of S. 

Mart., iii. 88. 
Bydington, John, 1371, monk, ii. 287. 
Bydun, Halenad de, ii. 199. 
Byfield, John, 17 — , i. 390. 
Byham, ... , extr., + 1644, iii- 2 33- 
Byllingdon, Walter, 1268, ii. 448. 
Byllyng, see Billing. 
Bylman, John, 1528, opp., iii. 28. 
Bynkes, Geo., 1539, rector of S. Mart., 

iii. 88. 
Byrcestre, see Burchester. 
Byrche, John, 1418, rector of S. Mich. 

N. G., iii. 93. 
Byrd, see Bird. 

Byron, Sir John, 1642, iii. 232. 

— Tho., f 1644, ii. 550. 

Byrtt (Byrt), Robert, 1467, sch., i. 592, 
601. 

— Robert, 1479, sch., i. 605. 

— Will., 1446, rector of S. Clem., iii. 93. 

— see also Burt. 
Byset, see Bissett. 

Bysse, Geo., 16 — , iii. 114. 

— Geo., Wadh., f 1675, iii. 114. 
• — Robert, see Besse. 

By van, see Bevan. 

Cabylony, bp. of, ii. 290. 
Cadbury, North, Som., ii. 415, 434. 
Cadica, Roger, 11 — , opp., ii. 192. 

— Sweting, 11 — , opp., ii. 188. 
Cadvor (Caddevore), John, rector of 

S. Mich.'S. G., f 1493, iii. 95. 
Cadwallo, king, ii. 236-9. 
Caer-Boso, i. 45, 61. 
Caer-Exon, i. 44. 

Caerlipho, Will., bp. of Durh., f 1096, 
i- 554- 

Caermarthen, ii. 234: see Maridunum. 
Caer-Mempric, i. 41, 44. 
Caer-Oxon, i. 44, 238-9. 
Caer-Vortiger, i. 43, 45. 
Caesar, Henry, Ball., f 1636, i. 634. 

— Sir Julius, f 1636, i. 634. 
Caesareum jus, iii. 124. 
Cair, see Caer. 

Caius, John, f I573> i- 35°> 355 5 ii- 
207 : see also Londinensis. 

— see Key. 



3 6 ° 



INDEX II. 



Calais (Calicc), ii. 30S. 
Calamma, bp. of, ii. 138. 
Calarvega, Spain, ii. 325. 
Caldey, Henry, 1436, sch., i. 358, 
600. 

Caldwell, Roger de, i. 56L 
Calena, i. 42, 397, 472 : j^Calleva. 
Calenus, Olcnus, i. 42, 46. 
Calfhill (Callfield), James, Ch. Ch., 
t 157°, "I- 203. 

— Mary, f '559> 2 °3- 

— see also Caulfield. 
Calfield, see Caulfield. 

Calixtus III, pope, f 1455, ii. 527. 

Calleva, i. 42, 46, 472. 

Calne, Wilts, iii.. 167. 

Calni (Calui), Will., 12—, i. 88. 

Calonnier, Dorothy, 1672, iii. 145. 

— Edward, f 168 1, iii. 145. 

— John, 1672, iii. 145. 
Calthorp, Rob., 1458, eccl., iii. 75. 
Caludleigh, Devon, iii. 123. 
Calverley, lady, 1650, iii. 187. 
Calvi, see Calni. 

Cambey (Cambye), John, and Ralph, 
sch., i. 565. 

— see also C ambry. 

Cambraye (Cambrey), see Cambry. 
Cambridge, antiquities of, i. 139, 350; 

ii. 207 : meeting of Parliament at, 

iii. 47 : climate of, i. 52 : compared 
in fame with Oxford, i. 54-5, and in 
antiquity with Oxford, i. 355, 553: 
gilds, i. 472: halls, i. 173, 524: 
minor references, i. 195, 546, 619, 
622 ; ii. 233, 240, 275 ; iii. 228, 252, 
258. 

— Austin friars at, ii. 459, 467. 

— Benedictines at, ii. 255. 

— Black friars at, ii. 319-20. 

— Buckingham (Magdalene) College, 
ii. 255-6. 

— Castle, i. 276. 

— Grey friars at, ii. 347-8, 354-5, 

364-5, 368, 37 1 - 2 , 376, 39 1 , 397- 

— S. John's college, iii. 112. 

— S. Mary's, ii. 14. 

— Pembroke hall, i. 531 ; ii. 11. 

— White friars at, ii. 414-5, 435. 
Cambry (Cambray), John, sch., f 1541, 

i. 565 ; iii. 202. 

— Margaret, + 1546, iii. 202. 

— see also Cambey. 
Cambye, see Cambey. 

Camden, Will., 1508, opp., iii. 26. 

— Will., f 1623, i. 44-5, 236, 266, 268, 
272, 277-8, 326, 355, 421, 472; ii. 
13 ; iii. 130, 144, 157-8. 

— see also Campden. 

Came, ... , 1467, monk, ii. 232. 
campanarius, Oliver, i. 149. 



Campden, Hugh, opp., i. 528. 

— see also Camden. 
Campion, Edward, 1645, iii. 236. 

— Sir Will., 1645, iii. 236. 
Camplin, Tho., 1757, S. Edm. II., i. 

39 1 - 

Candcl, Tho., 1445, sch., i. 590. 
Candever, W., 131 7, sch., i. 523. 
Canning, ... , 1555, opp., ii. 242. 
Canon, John, + 1645, 2 34- 
Canonicus, John, friar, ii. 377, 402. 
canonists, ii. 321, 336. 
canon law (pontifical law), i. 159, 531 ; 

iii. 76-7, 137. 
Cantebrugge, Guy de, 1337, friar, ii. 

463- 

Cantelupe, S. Tho. de, bp. of Hereford, 
t 1282, ii. 26, 299, 318, 335-6, 474. 

— see also Cantilupo. 
Canterbury, i. 54, 60, 365. 

— S. Augustine's abbey, i. 176, 534; 

T 37, 255, 382. 

— Cathedral, ii. 169, 220; iii. 126. 

— Christ Church, ii. 276, 283-9. 

— Grey friars at, ii. 345-6, 354, 356, 
364, 391-2. 

— S. Mary's, ii. 502. 

— Trinity priory, ii. 346. 

— archbishops of, lives of, ii. 283 : 
visitation by, ii. 57 : administer 
spiritualities in vacancies of sees, ii. 
7 ; iii. 76-7, 81, 89 : are patrons of 
Canterbury college, Oxford, ii. 283-6: 
arms of, iii. 125 : will-office, ii, 85. 

Canterbury (Cantuaria), Rich, de, 12 — , 
ii. 448. 

Cantilupo, Ranulph de, rector of S. 
Peter B., + 1262, iii. 98. 

— see also Cantelupe. 
cantle, i. 59, 127. 
Cantuaria, see Canterbury. 
Cantwell, James, 1499, sch., i. 590. 

— John, opp., f 1633, iii. 207. 

— see also Kantwell. 

Canute (Cnut), i. 418, 423, 474; ii. 80, 
81, 203. 

Canutus, prior of S. Frid., see Robert, 
canvas, the, iii. 41. 
Capell, Will., 1450, sch., i. 131, 590. 
capellanus, grade of Holy Orders, iii. 
73, 75-7, 79-9 1 , 94, 9 6 " 8 , I00 > I02 > 

147- m 

Capgrave, John, 1516, friar, i. 278, 
389 ; ii. 44, 100, 128, 147, 446, 453, 

455, 459, 4 68 - 
capital lords, i. 200 ; ii. 199. 
capital messuage, i. 371. 
Capito, see Grostest. 
Caplan (i. e. Chaplein, q. v.), John, 

1192,1. 459- 

— Will., 1482, iii. 25. 



INDEX II. 



361 



Carbanell (Carvanelle), Michael, 1444, 
sch., i. 589 : Reg. Oxon., i. 13. 
j Carden, see Carwardyn. 

cardinal virtues, i. 444. 
I Cardro, ... , Univ.. 1 1605. iii. 255. 

Carent. N., 1436, sch., i. 601. 
j Careswell, Robert, 1450. sch., i. 594. 

— Robert, 1462, vicar of S. Mary V., 
iii. 90. 

Carew (Karewe. Carowe, Came, Ka- 
rewe), Sir Edward, ii. 9 (rectius 
« Carne ')• 

— John, 1444, sch., i. 596. 

— John, 14S6, sch., i. 201. 

— Rich, de, bp. of S. David's, + 1280, 
ii. 25. 

— Robert, 1516, opp., iii. 27-8. 
Carey, see Cary. 

Carkek (Carkol), John, 1440, eccl., iii. 
75- 

1 Carles, rev. Tho., 16 — , iii. 140. 
' Carlisle, ii. 229, 238 ; iii. 42. 
i Carlton, lord Powis, ii. 155, 176. 
4 Carlton-Scroop, Line, iii. 181. 
! Carlyon, see Karlyon. 
! Carmarthen, ii. 234 : see Maridunum. 
I Carmel, mount, ii. 413, 432-3. 
'Cannes, iii. 277. 

;Carnahan, John, and Margaret, iii. 187. 
Carne, Edward, 1521, sch., i. 592: 
Reg. Oxon., i. no. 

— Sir Edward, ii. 9 ( £ Carue,' in error). 
* Carnotensis. Guerinus, i. 45. 

j Carowe, see Carew. 

Carpenter, Andrew, opp., +1620, iii. 
263. 

— Edward, opp., f 1618, iii. 263. 

— Edward, opp., f 1635, 264- 

— Edward, opp., f 1637, 264. 

— Henry, 1446, sch., i. 596. 
1 — Isabel, f 1593, iii. 261. 

j — Joan, opp., f *579, iii- 261. 

— John, 1435,. Oriel, iii. 106. 

— John, 1452, bp. of Wore, i. 143. 

— John, opp., f 1590, iii. 261. 

— John, opp., f 1622, iii. 263. 
!— Rich., 1491, N. I. H., i. 608. 

t — Robert, 1451, sch., i. 196, 589 : 

Reg. Oxon., i. 9. 
: — Thomasina, opp., f 1630, iii. 263. 

— ... , 1640, opp., ii. 36 ; iii. 207. 

— ... , 1668, opp., i. 308. 

— miss ... (mar. Coles), f 1640, iii. 207. 
Carre, John, 1440, sch., i. 147. 

— capt. ... , f 1643, iii. 189, 219. 
! Carrew, see Carew. 

( Carrick, Ayrshire, iii. 187. 
Carrodin, see Carwardyn. 
Carsington, iii. 91. 

iCarsington, Robert de, 131 7, eccl., ii. 
, 423>439- 



Carslake, Rich., Exet., + 1664, 2 5 2 - 
Carslegh (Carsleyght), Anthony, Ball., 
f 1680, iii. 192. 

— Peter, 149S, vicar of S. Mary V., iii. 
90. 

Carston. iii. 74, i. e. Garston, q. v. 
Carter, Rich., 1663, opp., iii. 39-41. 

— Rob., 1523, eccl., ii. 178-80. 

— Tho., 1538, iii. 78. 

— Tho., 1663, °PP- 3 iii- 39- 
Carthage, ii. 458. 
Carthusians, ii. 305, 450. 
Cartwright, Tho., 1529, White H., i. 

586. 

— Will.,Ch. Ch.,fi643, i. 414; ii. 550. 

— ... , f 1643, iii. 244. 
Carue, see Carew. 
Carvanelle, see Carbanell. 
Carwardyn (Carden, Carrodin), Car- 
penter, f 1652, iii. 264. 

— Tho., 1541,11. 457, 470-1. 
Cary family, i. 153 ; ii. 108, 495. 
Cary, Alice, 1340, opp., ii. 83, 107. 

— Alice (mar. Cogan), opp., +1585, 
iii. 171. 

— Christina, i. 222. 

— Sir Edmund, 1593, iii. 52. 

— Hugh, 1303, opp., iii. 13. 

— John, opp., + 1368, i. 153, 181, 385 ; 
ii. 83, 108 ; iii. 74. 

— John, f 1643, iii. 244. 

— Rich., opp., fi349, i. 153-4, 3 8 5 J 
ii. 83, 107-8, 490-1. 

— Rich., 15 — , extr., iii. 171. 

— Robert, 1451, sch., i. 592. 

— Robert, i. 222. 

Case,Eliz. (nee Dobson), 1574, iii. 223. 

— John, S. Jo., 1 1600, iii. 223. 
Casebie, see Catesby. 

Caslet, ... , f 1664, iii. 252. 
Cassibulan, king, i. 42. 
Cassina, ii. 246. 

Cassington (Kersington), Oxon., i. 53, 
397, 449, 613; ii. 298; iii. 91, 191, 
260. 

Castama (Castania), 1264, i. 178. 

Casteacr., iii. 74. 

Castell, Henry, sch., ii. 174. 

— John, 1414, Univ., i. 563. 

— Tho., 151 1, monk, ii. 269, 274. 
Catagre, Rich., Alls., f 1609, iii. 262. 
catechism lecture, iii. 140. 

catena, i. 71. 

Catesby, Anne, born 1577, iii. 216, 260. 

— Sir Will., 1577, iii. 216, 260. 

— lady ... , 1577, iii. 216, 260. 
Catherine, 730, nun, ii. 129. 

— see also Katherine. 
Caudener, John, 1356, eccl., iii. 78. 
Caulheld (Cawfeild, Callfield), Alex., 

1579, iii. 222. 



362 



INDEX II. 



Caulfield, Arth., 1580, iii. 222. 

— Cath., 1582, iii. 222. 

— Dorothy (mar. Coventry), 1606, iii. 
260. 

— Eliz., 1590, iii. 222. 

— Geo., ©pp., f 1603, i- 373 ; iii- 52-3, 
55, 223-4, 260. 

— Henry, 1586, iii. 222. 

- Margaret (mar. Berry), iii. 222. 

- Martha (nee Taverner), iii. 222. 

— Mary Lettiee, 1585, iii. 222. 

— Tho., 1584, iii. 222. 

— Will., 1587, lord Charlemont, iii. 
222, 260. 

— see also Calfhill. 

Cause (Cawse), Tho., 1500, sch., i. 

599 : Reg. Oxon., i. 49. 
Cave, Ann (nee Turton), 1670, opp., 

iii. 202. 

— Eliz., opp., f 1668, iii. 209. 

— Henry, opp., + 1657, iii. 208. 

— Jane, opp., f 1672, iii. 209. 

— John, opp., f 1637, 2 59- 

— Mary, opp., f 1639, iii. 259. 

— Walter, opp., t 1663, iii. 37-8, 
208-9. 

— Walter, 1668, opp., iii. 202, 209. 
Cawdrey, see Cowdrey. 
Cawfeild, see Caulfield. 

Cawse, see Cause. 
Caxon, Eliz., f 1586, iii. 223. 
Caxton (Caxston), Philippa, opp., 
1-1514, iii. 140. 

— Tho., sen., 1515, opp., iii. 140. 

— Tho., jun., 1528, opp., iii. 140. 

— Will., t 1491, i- 176. 
Cayham, Will, 13 — , eccl., i. 133. 
Cayme, Emma, 14 — , opp., iii. 147. 

— John, 14 — , opp., iii. 147. 
Ceinchurch, Heref., iii. 194. 
celarium, i. no. 
Celeman, i. 222. 

Celer, see Atte celer. 
Celestine III, pope, +1198, i. 352 ; ii. 
194. 

Celle (Sell), John, 1384, eccl., iii. 
78-9. 

— John, 1407, rector of S. Clem., iii. 
80. 

Ceme, ... , 1467, monk, ii. 232. 

cementarius, i. 134. 

centenarians, reputed, iii. 216, 256. 

centuries, i. 335. 

Cepharme, see Kepeharme. 

Cercelle, see Chirchehull. 

Cere, see Syre. 

Cerfroy, France, i. 483. 

Cerle, ... , f 1577, i. 269. 

Cernise, see Cervise. 

Certanton (Certhanton), Walter de, 
friar, ii. 374. 



Certhull (Cercehull), ii. 106, 204. 
There is surely some confusion or 
error in applying this name to All 
Saints', Oxford : see Chirchehull. 

Cervise (Cernise), Henry de, 1347, 
friar, ii. 344, 346. 

Cesneto, see Chesney. 

Cesterton, ii. 188-9 : see Chesterton. 

Ch...ham, i. 376. 

Chabrey, Dr. ... , Cambr., f 1644, iii \ 
258. 

Chackesle, Rich, de, 1350, rector of 

S. Mich. N. G., iii. 93. 
Chadesle, T., 13 — , sch., i. 521. 
Chadlington (Chadelynton), Oxon., ii. f 

12, 469 ; iii. 229, 242. 
Chadwell, Edmund, Wadh., f 1668, iii. 

220, 222. I 
chains, i. 644. 

Chaldri, Henry de, and Juliana de, ii. if 

175- " : 

Chaleston, Walt, de, 1337, friar, ii. f 
4 6 3- 

Chalfont (Chalfunt), Henry, 1328, i. j 
116. 

— Walter, 1328, i. 116. 

— Will., 1577, Ch. Ch., vicar of S. 1 
Thomas, iii. 260. 

Chalgrove, Oxon., i. 224. 
Chalgrove (Chalgrave, Chaugrave), \ 
Amaury de, and Robert de, 1199, ii. 

534- , 
Chalke, Tho., 1453, sch., i. 589, 602 
bis, 603. 

Chaloner, Edward, Alls., f 1625, iii. 
242. 

— Nich., Trin., f 1657, iii. 227. 
Chamber, see Chambers. 
Chamberlayn, J., 14 — , sch., i. 591. 

— Joan, opp., f 1579, iii. 261. 

— John, opp., f 1590, iii. 261. 

— Rich., i486, opp., iii. 25. 

— Tho., f 1644, iii. 264. 

— Will., Line, f 1434, i. 122; iii. 

J 04. 1 
Chambers (Chaumbre), George, 1624, j 
opp., iii. 36. 

— John de la, i. 101. 

— Tho., Ball., f 1628, iii. 225. 

— Will., 15 1 8, opp., iii. 27-8. 

— ••• , I54 1 , monk, ii. 532. 
Champneis, Henry, and Letitia, 12—, 

i. 526. 

Chancy (Chansey, Chansi), see Chausey. 

Chandler, see Chaundler. 

chantries, ii. 536-7 ; iii. 74, 82, 148 : see 

in Index I under each Oxford church. 
Chapele, John de la, 1337, friar, ii. 463. 
chapels, i. 644; ii. 537-8; iii. 74, 82: 

see in Index I under each church and 

college. 



INDEX II. 



3 6 3 



chaplain to Charles I's army, iii. 165. 
Chaplein, John le, i. 349-50: see 
Caplan. 

— Tho., 1444, sch., i. 600 bis. 

— Will. le. see William. 

Chapman ^Chepman), Joan (mar. Bull), 
15S4, iii. 229. 

— John, 1450, sch., i. 595. 

— Rob., Ball., f 1617, iii. 224. 

— Will., Alls., f 1622, iii. 241. 
Chapyrnay, Lewis de, i. 87, 141, 560-1. 
Chard, Tho , 1507, monk, ii. 294: see 

also Chert. 
(Chardenai, ii. 294. 

Charie 1 555, ii. 242. 

Charingworth, Rich, de, 1362, monk, 

i. 303, 564. 
♦ Charlbury vCherlbury), Oxon., i. 474. 
ICharlbury, John de, rector of S. Clem., 
! f 1331, iii. So. 
Charlemont, baron, see Caulfield. 
Charles I. i. 7, 259, 292 ; ii. 12, 39, 
323; iii. 37, 53, 107, 123, 138, 160, 
165, 186, 198, 207, 216, 232-4, 252, 
257- 

Charles II, i. 276; iii. 2, 38, 40, 54, 
56-7, 120, 129, 152, 165, 176, 191, 
232-3, 

Charles VIII, of France, i. 532. 
Charles, Eliz. (mar. Bull), 1627, iii. 
217. 

— John, 1460, eccl., iii. 76. 

I;— Will., 1622, opp., iii. 36, 217. 
iCharlet, Arthur, Univ., + 1723, i. 24-5. 
Charlton (Cherlton), Alan, 1534, White 

H., i. 586 : Reg. Oxon., i. 160 

(Char(l)ton). 

— Humphrey, and John, and Lewis, 
13—, sch., i. 94. 

Charlton-on-Otmoor, Oxon., i. 449 ; 
iii. 99. 

iCharnock, see Chernock. 

Chart, Great, Kent, ii. 9. 
iCharton, see Charlton. 

charts, i. 432. 
iCharwell, river, iii. 279. 
iCharwelton, Northts., i. 395. 
'Chastaygne, Margaret, and Will., 1264, 

Chastleton, Oxon., iii. 252. 
■ Chastleton, John de, opp., + 1317, i. 

374; ii. 456,462. 
Xhatton, ... , friar, ii. 388. 

chatur, Will, le, iii. 13. 
.Chaucer, Geoffrey, f 1400, i. 55, 130, 

173, 402 ; ii. 225, 287, 290. 
<— Lewis, i. 55. 

Chauci, see Chausey. 
t Chaugrave, see Chalgrove. 
'Chaundler, John, 1450, sch., i. 590: 
, Reg. Oxon., i. 30. 



Chaundler, Tho., New C, f 1490, ii. 

455 ; "I- 2 3- 

— Tho., 1495, monk, ii. 289. 

— Tho., 15 — , monk, ii. 101. 
Chauntler, John, B.D., + 1573, iii. 211. 
Chausey (Chansy), Walt, de, 1285, i. 

379, 382-3. 
Chawley, Berks., i. 338, 578 ; ii. 12. 
Chaworth, Mary, f 1645, 55°- 

— Rich., 1645, Ch. Ch., ii. 550. 
Chaymay, Will, de, 1140, iii. 13. 
Chaysneto, Ralph de, 1269, ii. 199: 

see Cheyney. 
Cheadsegus, Cheadsey, see Chedsey. 
Chedeworth, see Chedworth. 
Chedsey (Cheadsey), Will., Corp., 

f 1575, i. 544, 546. 
Chedworth, John, bp. of Line, f 1471, 

ii. 216. 

— Will, de, 1337, friar, ii. 463. 
Chedyll, Will., 1501, prior of S. Frid., 

iii. 291. 
Cheife, see Cheyfe. 
Chellavus, see Kellaw. 
Chelmeston, John, friar, ii. 425. 
Chelsham, Rich, de, 1288, Mert., i. 183. 
Cheltynham (Cheltyham, Cheltnam), 

John, 14 — , monk, ii. 253. 

— Rich., monk, ii. 253. 

— Rob., 1506, monk, ii. 253-4. 

— Tho., 1506, monk, ii. 254. 
Chenell, see Cheynell. 
Cheneto, de, Cheney, see Cheyney, 
Chenidut, Helenisa, and Will, de, i. 

278. 

Chepman, see Chapman. 

Cherbyry (Cherlbury), John de, rector 

of S. Clem., f 1 331, iii. 80. 
Cherinton (? Checkenden), Oxon., ii. 

191. 

Cherlbury, see Charlbury. 
Cherlgrave, ii. 316, 332. 
Cherlton, see Charlton. 
Chernock, Lanes., iii. 119. 
Chernock, Edward, Bras., f 1581, iii. 
119. 

— Robert, T5 — , iii. 119. 
Chersington, i. e. Cassington, q. v. 
Chert, Will., 1396, monk, ii. 2S8 : see 

also Chard. 
Chertsey, Surrey, ii. 255. 
Cherwell, river, iii. 279. 
Cherwelton, see Charwelton. 
Chesney, Robert de, bp. of Line, f 1 16S, 

ii. 46 ('Will.,' in error), 150, 190, 

192 ; iii. 3. 
Cheshire, iii. 184. 

Chester, i. 61 ; ii. 349, 355, 392 ; iii. 
239- 

Chesterfield, Tho., 141 7, rector of S. 
Peter B., iii. 99. 



3 6 4 



INDEX II. 



Chestcrmnn, Grace, f 1660, iii. 234. 

— James, f 1646, iii. 234. 
Chesterton, Oxon., ii. 197 : see Ces- 

terton. 

Chesterton, Warw., iii. 186. 
Chetwood (Chitvvood), Rich., 1604, 
extr., iii. 224. 

— Toby, Trin., f 1621, iii. 224. 
Chetyngdon, Will, de, eccl., f 1292, ii. 

cheuicii (?), ii. 193. 
Cheveley, see Chieveley. 
Cheyfe, Rich., 1532, friar, ii. 432, 441. 
Cheynell (Chcnell), Francis, Mert., 
f 1665, iii. 108, 235. 

— Joan, f 1606, iii. 204. 

— John, Corp., +1613, iii. 201, 204, 
235> 2 3 8 - 

— Margaret (nee Reading), f 1606, iii. 
201, 238. 

— Martha, + 161 2, iii. 235. 
Cheyney (Cheney, de Cheneto), Ralph, 

see Chaysneto. 

— Rob. de, see Chesney. 

— Tho., extr., f 1643, iii. 189, 219. 

— Will., see Chesney. 

— Will, de, 1 1 36, opp., i. 71, 331, 403, 

455 5 iii- 3- 
Chicheley, Henry, arbp. Cant, f 1443, 
i. 358 ; ii. 72, 87, 95, 136, 230, 305, 
461. 

Chichester cathedral, ii. 392. 
Chichester (Chychester), Roger, 1375, 

i. 170 ; iii. 17. 
Chichestree, Will., 1504, sch., i. 597 

bis. 

Chichley, see Chicheley. 
Chidley (Chidlowe), Ann (nee Finch), 
1644, iii. 217. 

— Will., 1644, Corp., iii. 217. 
Chieres, a Jew, i. 200. 
Chieveley, Berks., iii. 254, 256. 
Childe, Rich., 1458, eccl., iii. 89. 
Chiidwick family, i. 60. 
Childwick, Geoffrey, i. 570. 
Chillam, John, and Will., 13 — , i. 536. 
Chillingworth, Dinah (Diana), opp., 

f 1638, iii. 232. 

— Joan, opp., *j" 1645, iii. 216. 

— Ralph, opp., +1643, iii- 37? 2l6 > 

— Will., Trin., f 1644, iii. 108, 228. 

— Will., opp., f 1652, iii. 35, 37, 216, 

228. 

Chinnor, Oxon., ii. 13. 

Chinnore, Adam de, 12 — , eccl., i. 180. 

Chippenham, Tho., 1452, sch., i. 593 : 

Reg. Oxon., i. 22. 
Chipping-norton, Oxon., iii. 215. 
Chircehull (Cercelle), John de, rector 

of All Saints', f 131 6, iii. 73, 94. 



Chirchcfell, Walter de, 1361, eccl., iii 

84. 

Chitwood, see Chetwood. 
chivalere (chevilere), i. 78, 118. 
Choch, John, ii. 508. 
Choppinus, Renatus, ii. 294. 
Christian IV, of Denmark, iii. 121. 
Christiana le Rus, 1250, opp., ii. 173. 
Christianity, dean of, Oxford, i. 559.' 
Christina (i. e. Kepeharm), i. 169. 
Christopher, son of Benedict, iii. 12. 
Christopher, son of Simon, 1305, opp., 

iii. 42 : also called Chr. de Oxon., 

1298, opp., iii. 42. 
chronogram, iii. 150, 152, 164. 
chrysom, iii. 260. 
Chrysostom, i. 541. 
Chudleigh, Devon, iii. 123. 
Church (Chyrch), John, extr., f 1643, 

iii. 233. 

— Will., Bras. H., f 1461,1 588: Reg. 
Oxon., i. 18. 

— ... , 1498, sch., i. 602. 
Churchhill, see Chircehull. 
Churchhull, Oxon., ii. 170, 175. 
Chychester, see Chichester. 
Chyrch, see Church. 
Ciaconius, Alf., ii. 483, 489. 
Cicely, 730, nun, ii. 129. 
Cicero, i. 541. 

Cile, 12 — , opp., iii. 66. 
Cilia, i. 236. 

Circestre, Robert de, 1356, iii. 78. 

— Will, de, 1337, friar, ii. 463. 
Cirencester, Glouc., ii. 162, 232, 299; 

iii. 140. 

Cirencester, Adam de, 1270, eccl., ii. 
61. 

Cistercium (Citeaux), ii. 290-1, 307. 
civil law, i. 159, 171, 201 ; iii. 137. 
Clace, John, 1390, sch., i. 510. 
Clahalsham, Oxon., ii. 507. 
Clairvaux (Clarevall), ii. 292, 294, 
307. 

Clapham, Will., f 1645, iii. 115, 245. 
Clapton, Brian, 1542, iii. 201. 

— Eliz., 1542, iii. 201. 

— mrs. ... (nee Clayton), f 1644, iii. 
207. 

Clare family, of Holywell, iii. 188. 
Clare, Bogo de, rector S. Peter's E., 

+ 1294, i. 377-84 ; 99, 447, 4 61 I 

iii. 96-7. 

— Gilbert de, see Gloucester, earl of. 

— Joan, opp., f 1545, iii. 184. 

— John de, 1300, rector of S. Ebbes, 
iii. 82. 

— John, see Clere. 

— Rich, de, see Gloucester, earl of. 

— Roger de, see Clere. 

— Will., see Clere. 



INDEX II. 



365 



3«xe, Will., 152;, opp., ii. 52; iii. 

28-9, 184. 
. , Margaret, countess of, i. 383 ; ii. 

299 : see Gloucester. 
Oarencieux king-at-arms, iii. 162. 
Clarendon, Edw., and Henry, Hyde, 

earls of, i. 24. 
Clarevall. see Clairvaux. 
Clark v Clerc, Clerke), Edmund, 150S, 

vicar of S. Giles', iii. 86. 

— Sir Edward, 16 — , iii. 184. 

4 __ Edward, Ball., f 1656, iii. 227. 

— Eliz., f 1 613, iii. 259. 

— G. R., i. 265. 

— Gilbert, 16—, iii. 121. 

— Henry, 1603, extr., iii. 248. 

— Hester (mar. Knapp), 16 — , iii. 184. 

— John, 1 361, rector of All Saints', iii. 

I T4- , ... 

— John, 1370, eccl., 111. 74. 

— John. 1445, opp., i. 300 ; ii. 39, 455 ; 
iii. 22-5. 

— John, f 1641, iii. 121. 

— John, Univ., f 1642, iii. 243. 

— John, 1662, opp., iii. 38. 

— Mary (nee Barnes\. 1603, iii. 24S. 

— Peter, 1409, S. Edm. H., i. 102. 

— Rich., extr., iii. 248. 

— Sam., bedell, + 1669, iii. iSS. 

— Tho., f 1662, iii. 219. 

— Sir Will., 1624, iii. 225. 

— .... ii. 39, mayor, i. e. John, supra. 
< — lady ... . + 1624, iii. 225. 

Clarset, see Darset. 
'Clatercote priory, ii. 470. 
iClaxton, ii. 268. 
jClaxton, ... , 1686. opp., iii. 40. 
'Claydon (Cleydon), Oxon., i. 271; ii. 

188-9, I 95' J 97> 221. 
'Claydon, Steeple, Bucks., ii. 6. 
Claydon (Cleydon" , Anthony, 1450, sch., 

i. 599: Reg. Oxon., i. 8. 

— ... , 1438, sch., i. 597. 
■ — see also Clayton. 

Claymond (Cleymond,Clemonde) , John, 
Corp., fi537, i. 253, 288, 422, 437, 
534-5, 54 2 -6, 548 ; ii. 19, 179. 
, Gaypoole, Lines., i. 543 ; iii. 96. 
Clayton (Qeyton), Anthony,^ Claydon. 
: — Eliz., 161 5, iii. 235. 
; — John, 1511, sch., i. 601. 
'— Robert, 1510, Line, i. 596, 599, 601 : 

• Reg. Oxon., i. 63. 

"—Tho., Broadg. H., Pembr., f 1647, 

i. 605 ; iii. 207-8, 235. 
Tho., Mert., f 1693, i. 198, 292; 

iii. 208. 
J— Will, 1619, iii. 235. 

• 1438, sch., i. 597. 
jh- miss ... , f 1650, iii. 20S. 

— miss ... s mar. Clapton), iii. 207. 



Clayton, miss ... (mar. Lucust), iii. 207. 
Cleaver, Eliz., f 1615, iii. 240. 

— Robert, 161 5, S. Edm. H., iii. 240. 
Clement, saint, i. 2S6; ii. 48. 
Clement IV, pope, + 1265, ii. 25. 
Clement V. pope, 1*1314. ii. 319,322, 339. 
Clement VI, pope, f 1352, ii. 433. 
Clement. abbot of Osney, + 1221, iii. 314. 
Clement, 1245, vicar of S. Edward's, 

iii. 83. 

Clement, John, Corp., f 1572, i. 546. 

Clemonde, see Claymond. 

Clendon, iii. 85. 

Clerc, see Clark. 

Clere, John, 1446, sch., i. 598. 

— Roger de, 126S, ii. 472. 

— WilL le, 1299, rector of S. Aldate's, 
iii. 77. 

— see also Clare. 

clericus, of Lloly Orders, iii. 73-4, 77-8, 

80, S3-4, 87-8, 92-6, 9S, 100. 
Cletus, ii. 488. 

Cleve, John, 14^0, opp.. iii. 23. 

— Will., S. Edm. H., f 1643, iii. 257. 
Cleveland, Tho. Wentworth, earl of, ii. 

550. 

Cleyflan, ... , 1469, sch., i. 596. 
Cleydon, see Claydon. 
Clevton, see Clayton. 
Cliff, see Clyffe. 

Clifford, Rich., bp. of London, fi42i, 
i. 158. 

— Rosamund, ii. 223. 

— . . . , Pembr., + 1653, iii. 20S. 
Clifton, Glouc, iii. 143. 

Clifton (Clyfton), Roger, +1388, i. 528. 

— (William), 1508, sch., i. 587: Reg. 
Oxon., i. 44. 

Clinton, Geoffrey, father and son, i. 60, 

35 1 ' 378. 
Clipston, ... , 11 — , opp., i. 167. 
Clo, ... , 13 — , sch.. i. 209. 
Cloos, John, 1468, White H., i. 586. 
Clopham, ii. 192. 
Clopton, JWarw.), iii. 236. 
Clopton, Anthony, 1606, Corp., i. 8. 

— Barbara (nee Walker", iii. 236. 

— Will., 1445, sch., i. 596. 

— ... , extr., iii. 236. 
Clotworthy, John, N. I. H., + 1635, 

2 59- 

Cloud, saint, ii. 130. 
Clove, John de, 1357, eccl., iii. 96. 
Clutterbook, Eleanor (nee Burnet), 1607, 
opp., iii. 2 10. 

— Tobv, Magd. H., f 162 1, iii. 210. 
Clyffe, Michael, 146S, sch., i. 595. 
Clvfton, see Clifton. 

Clyne (Clyve), Alice de, i. 17S. 

— Peter de, 1264, i. 178. 

— Rich., 129S, sch., ii. . 50. 



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Clyne, Walter de, 1377, opp., i. 116. 
Cnoll, Walter de, 1227, rector of S, 
Ebbe's, iii. Si. 

— see also Knoll. 
Cnut, see Canute. 

Cobb, Rich., 1663, Corp., i. 543. 
Cobbow t^Cobhow, Cobow, Gobowe), 
John, sch., f 1472, i. 137, 595, 605 ; 

ii. 175 : Reg. Oxon., i. 35. 
Cobham, James de, 1302, Can. Univ. 

Oxon., iii. 103. 

— Tho., bp. of Wore., 1*1327, ii. 21, 
23-4, 29-31. 

Cobhovv, Cobous, Cobow, see Cobbow. 
Cock (Cocks, Cockys, Cokkys), John, 

1507, sch., i. 592-3, 603 : Reg. Oxon., 

i. 52. 

— Laurence, 1462, sch., i. 590, 602. 

— see also Coke, Cooke, Cox. 
Cockaine, Judith, f 1643, iii. 244. 
Cockburn, i. 337. 
cockfighting, i. 388. 

Cockram, Rob., and Sam., 1623, opp., 

iii. 36. 

Cocksetter, Rob., 17 — , opp., i. 447. 

— see also Coxeter. 
Cocks, see Cock, 
cocus, see cook. 

Codegnave (Codeknave), Roger, and 

Walter, 12 — , i. 489: see Godknave. 
Codeshale, Will, de, 1364, opp., i. 223, 

564 ; iii. 17-8, 46-7. 
Codeslow, see Cuttesloe. 
Codington, John de, 1300, friar, ii. 386, 

410, 412. 
Codlesham, Oxon., ii. 151. 
Coeur- de-lion, i. 367 ; ii. 424 ; iii. 107. 
Cofiey (Cufley), John de, i. 209. 
Cogan (Coggan), Agnes (mar. Flexney), 

15—, opp., iii. 163, 171. 

— Alice (nee Cary), opp., f 1585, iii. 
171, 230. 

— Edmund, opp., f 1598, i. 522; iii. 
171, 231. 

— Eliz. (mar. Balgay), 1567, iii. 229. 

— Henry, opp., + 1639, 2 3 2 - 

— Joan, 15—, opp., iii. 171. 

— Luce, opp., f 1639, 2 3 2 - 

— Margaret (nee Woodward), opp., 
f 1556, iii. 171. 

— Margaret (mar. Walker), 1575, iii. 
229. 

— lady Mary, 13 — , ii. 171. 

— Mary (mar. Collard), 1644, iii. 202. 

— Tho', 1552, opp., i. 225 ; iii. 30. 

— Tho., opp., f 1588, iii. 171- 2 , 230. 

— Tho., opp., f 1644, iii. 171, 232-3. 

— Tho., 1650, of London, iii. 172. 

— Will., 15—, opp., iii. 171. 

— Will., of Bristol, iii. 171. 

— mrs (nee Vaughan), iii. 171. 



Coggcs, Oxon., iii. 120. 
Coke, Sir Edward, see Cook. 

— John, 1 46 1, sch., i. 597 : Reg. Oxon., 
i. 30. 

— Rich., 1640, opp., iii. 37. 

— Robert, 1501, sch., i. 593: Reg. 
Oxon., i. 48. 

— Will., 1436, sch., i. 592 bis. 

— Will., 1446, sch., i. 587. 

— (Will.), 1537, sch., i. 603: Reg. 
Oxon., i. 1 50. 

— see also Cock, Cook. 
Cokkys, see Cock. 

Colayne, Will., 1434, sch., i. 588. 

Colchester, Essex, i. 42. 

Colcott, ... , Univ., 1 1597, iii. 255. 

Coldale, ... , 1469, sch., i. 587. 

Coldingham, i. 209 ; ii. 53. 

Coldingham, Jeffrey de, monk, ii'. 264. 

Cold Norton, Essex, iii. 103. 

Cold Rogers, Glouc, iii. 237. 

Cole, Arthur, Magd. C., f 1558, ii. 245. 

— Benjamin, 1720, i. 46, 353-4, 630. 

— Francis, f 1644, iii. 214. 

— Rich., see Coles. 

— Will., Corp., f 1600, i. 544-5. 

— Will., 1666, opp., iii. 39. 

— mrs. ... , f 1616, iii. 240. 

— see also Coles, Colle. 
Coleburg, Ralph de, friar, ii. 365, 399. 
Coleburne (Colesburne) family, i. 75. 
Coleburne, Bercina, i. 521. 

— Joan, 1332, opp., i. 101. 

— Sybil, opp., f 1332, i. 75-6, 101. 

— Will., 12 — , opp., i. 75. 
Coleby, John de, 1337, friar, ii. 463. 
Colecill, see Coleshull. 
Coleman, Tho., f 1647, T °8- 

— Will., I45i,sch.,i. 601 : Reg. Oxon., 

i. 11. 

— ... , 1666, opp., i. 314. 

— see also Colman. 
Colen, i. 175. 
Colepeper, see Culpeper. 
Coles, Anne, f 1616, iii. 262. 

— Anne (nee Carpenter), opp., f 1640, 
iii. 207. 

— Eliz., opp., f 1593, iii. 212. 

— Joan (mar. Edwards), 1638, iii. 237. 

— Rich., 1640, opp., iii. 37. 

— Robert, Bras., f 1628, iii. 242. 

— Will., 1593, opp., iii. 212. 

— see also Cole, Collys. 

Coleshull (Colsyll, Colsulle, Colecill, 

Collsull) family, i. 182 ; ii. 104. 
Coleshull, Agnes, 1324, opp., i. 300. 

— Alice, 1324, opp., i. 217. 

— Joan, opp., f 1349, i. 182 ; ii. 104. 

— John de, opp., f 1273, i. 182, 569; 

ii. 52, 104, 418, 447-8, 461, 529 ; iii. 
7, 9-1 1, 60, 63-4, 66-7. 



INDEX II. 



367 



Coleshull, John de, opp., + 1324,1. 217, 
300; ii. 104, 421, 525; iii. 12. 

— Nicholas de, opp., f 1323, i. 182 ; 

ii. 173; iii. 8, 11. 

— Nicholas, 1323, eccl., ii. 104, 525. 

— Will de, T2S1, sch., i. 182 ; ii. 104. 

— see also Colsell. 

Colett (Collet), John, f 1519, ii. 233. 

— Walter, 1409, opp., iii. 20, 49. 

— Will., 1461, sch., i. 598. 

Coley, Grace (nee Scylly), 1633, opp., 

iii. 224. 

— Henry, 1633, opp., iii. 224. 

— Henry, 16S0, of London, iii. 107, 224. 
Collard, Leonard, 1644, iii. 202. 

— Mary (nee Cogan), 1644, 2 ° 2 - 
Colle, Tho., 1336, eccl., iii. 78. 

— see also Cole. 
Collet, see Colett. 

Colliber, Robert, f 1667, iii. 234. 
Collier, Ursula, opp., f 1666, iii. 209. 

— Will., sen.. 1666, opp., iii. 209. 

— Will., bedell, iii. 185. 

— mrs. ... , iii. 185. 

Collins, John, Exet, f 161 2, iii. 250. 

— Penelope, 161 2, iii. 216. 

— Will., 1 61 2, iii. 216. 
; Coll is, see Collys. 

jCollursley, Will., 1377, eccl., iii. 85. 

iCollvylle, see Colville. 

jCollys, John, 1418, eccl., iii. 76. 

— John, 1461, sch., i, 588, 593, 605. 
J — Tho., opp., f 1636, iii. 232. 

— see also Coles. 

iColman, John, Bras., f 1606, iii. 238. 
I — see also Coleman, 
:Colmonell, J^-Comonell. 
'Colsell, Eliz. (nee Ivery), 1570, iii. 229. 
j- 1579. iii. 229. 
j— see also Coleshull. 
'Colstan.Will. , 1448, rector of S. Aldate's, 
iii. 77. 

Colsull, Colsyll, see Coleshull. 
Colthurst, Francis,Corp., f 1602 , i. 550-1. 

— Henry, i. 551. 

Columbanus, 109 1, abbot of Einsham, 

i. 406, 417. 465. 
Colville, Will, de, ii. 392. 
Colyntre, John de, 1373, Oriel, iii. 105. 
Combe, Archdale, f 1634, iU« 2 4 2 « 
-Roger, 1445, sch.,i. 596. 

— Tho., 1867, i. 393. . 

— see also Combes, Cumbe. 
Combe-longa, Oxon., iii. 216. 
Homberford, see Cumberford. 
Combes, David, iii. 180. 

— Edward, 1679, °PP-> "i- 4°- 

— Jane, opp., f 1668, iii. 180. 

— Rich., iii. 180. 

— Tho., opp., f 1661, iii. 180. 

: — Tho., and Walter, and Will., iii. 180. 



Combes, Will., extr., f 1643, iii. 233. 

— see also Combe, 
comet, iii. 174. 
common, i. 461. 
common-room, i. 632. 
Commonwealth, the, iii. 54. 
Comnore, see Cumnor. 

Comnore, Henry de, and Roger de, i. 
364. 

Comonell (Colmonell), Ayrshire, iii. 187. 
Compton, Rich., 12 — , i. 388. 

— Roger, 1364, eccl., i. 171. 

— Walter (or Will.), ii. 253. 
Comyn, Alex., sch., f 1285, i. 379. 
Conant, John, Exet., f 1694, i. 14. 
concanonicus, iii. 81, 101. 

Conduit, Sam., Line, f 1662, iii. 213. 
Conedunus, see Conington. 
Conere, Will., 1380, monk, ii. 288. 
Conesgrave, John de, 1307, i. 162. 
confrater, iii. 81. 

Coningburgh, Alan de, 13 16, rector of 

All Saints', iii. 73. 
Coningsby, Ralph de, 1340, rector of 

S. Martin's, iii. 88, 166 ('Philip'). 
Conington (Connington), Rich, de, 1300, 

friar, ii. 348, 372-3, 386, 402. 
Conisbie, It. -col. Robert, f 1643, i& 233. 

— Tho., Gloc. H., f 1602, iii. 224, 261. 

— Sir Tho., f 1625, iii. 224, 261. 
Connington, see Conington. 
constable of England, i. 271, 277. 
Constance, council of, ii. 247, 427. 
Constantiis, John de, circ. 1190, arch- 
deacon of Oxford, ii. 199. 

Constantine, ii. 489. 

Consull, Robert, fii47, i. 277-8. 

conventicles, iii. 191. 

Convention, the, parliament, iii. 54. 

convers, Ailbert le, i. 153. 

— Eve, 1. 153 ; ii. 494. 

— Havusia la, ii. 494. 

— Nicholas le, i. 153 ; ii. 494. 

— Will, le, i. 153 ; ii. 494. 

converts from Judaism, i. 153, 529; ii. 
494. 

Conway, Roger, friar, ii. 377, 402. 
Conyngeby, see Coningsby. 
Conyngton, see Conington. 
cook, Bernard, iii. 66. 

— Henry, i. 133. 

— Rich, le, 13 — , opp., ii. 463. 

— Rich, le, 1351, opp., iii. 16. 

— Tho., i. 133. 

— Will., 1397, opp., iii. 19. 

— see also Cook, Couke. 

Cook (Cooke), Alex., 1546, opp., ii. 228. 

— Sir Edward (i. e. Coke), i. 342. 

— Gervase, f 1611, iii. 205. 

— Joan (jiee Smyth), 161 7, opp., iii, 
202. 



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INDEX II. 



Cook, John, 1437, White II., i. 587. 

— John, 1527, abbot of Osney, iii. 315. 
John, Hart H., f 1610, iii. 255. 

— Peter, 13S3, iii. 18. 

— Robert, 1477, seh., i. 596, 605. 

— Robert, 1592, herald, iii. 162. 

— Robert, 1617, opp., iii. 202. 

— Roger, 1554, opp., iii. 30. 

— Tho., 1380, opp., i. 580-1. 

— Tho., extr., + 1646, iii. 252. 

— Sir Tho., ii. 252. 

— Will., 1444, sch., i. 592 bis. 

— Will., 1 45 1, rector of S. Clement's, 
iii. 81. 

— Will., 1530, sch., i. 593, 603: Reg. 
Oxon., i. 161. 

— ... , 1446, sch., i. 595. 

— see also Cock, Coke, Couke. 
Cooper (Coper), Ben., Mert., fijoi, 

iii. 188, 190. 

— Charles, f 1663, iii. 190. 

— Edward, Ball., f 1640, iii. 226. 

— Eliz. (mar. Bayley), 1569, iii. 254. 

— Robert, 1444, sch., i. 588, 593. 

— Tho., 1436, sch., i. 600. 

— Tho., bp. of Winton, f 1594, iii. 107. 

— Tho., opp., f 1640, iii. 36-7, 53, 232. 

— W 7 ill., opp., f 1629, iii. 196, 217. 

— ... > t 1577, i- 269- 

— mrs. ... (nee Coventry), 1679, *88. 
• — see also Cupper, Cowper. 

Cootes, Geo., 1545, Ball., iii. 104. 
Cope, Anthony, f 1617, iii. 256. 

— Sir Will., 1617, iii. 256. 
Copeland (Copland), John, White H., 

vicar of S. Giles', 1*1514, i. 586-7, 
598 ; iii. 86 : Reg. Oxon., i. 69. 

— John, extr., f 1602, iii. 238. 
Coper, see Cooper. 

Copin, see Copyn. 

Copleston (Copulston), John, 1450, sch., 

i. 598, 606. 

— Tho., 1450, sch., i. 117, 598. 
Copyn, a Jew, i. 157, 159 ; ii. 524. 
Corberbury, i. 270. 

Corbet, Rich., bp. of Oxon., f 1635, 
12. 

— Vincent, ii. 12. 

Cordon, Rich., Line, f 1452, i. 114. 
cordwainer, see Hugh, Lambert, Torald. 
Corf, Adam de, 1300, friar, ii. 386. 
Corle, i. 588, in error for Corte, q. v. 
Cornely, Rich., sen., 1618, iii. 224. 

— Rich., jun., f 161 8, iii. 224. 
Corner, Will, de la, bp. of Sarum, f 1291, 

ii. 168. 

Cornish, Anne, opp., f 1649, ii*- 1 7 2 - 

— Henry, Ch. Ch., f 1698, iii. 118. 

— John, 1462, sch., i. 593. 

— Tho., 1461, sch., i. 593, 605 bis: 
Reg. Oxon., i. 25. 



Cornish, Tho., 1493, Oriel, iii. 90, 106. 

— Will., opp., f 1479, iii. 38-9, 172. 
Cornubia, de, see Cornwall. 
Cornwall, i. 106; ii. 44, 366, 399; iii. 

160-1, 257: Cornish names (Tre, 
Pol, Pen), iii. 160. 
Cornwall (de Cornubia), Godfrey of, 
friar, ii. 426. 

— John de, sch., i. 568. 

— Silvester de, 1 2 2 3,vicar of S. Michael's 
N. G., iii. 92. 

Cornwall, Aethelmar (Almar, Aylmer), 
earl of, 1005, ii. 53-4: see Almar. 

— Alan, earl of, ii. 53-4. 
Cornwall, Richard fitz-count (called by 

Wood ' Plantngenet'), earl of, 1217- 
20, iii. 61. The date ' 1199' in this 
reference arises by confusion with the 
accession to the crown of John, ' earl 
of Cornwall.' 
Cornwall, Plantagenet, earl of : 

— Richard, king of the Romans (' of 
Almaine'), f 1272, i. 366; ii. 295-7, 

299, 303, 383-4, 4°7~ 8 , 41 5, 417, 
434; iii. 61. — Sanchia Berenger, his 
countess, ii. 299. — Beatrice de Falk- 
stone, f 1275, his countess, ii. 383-4, 
407-8. 

— Edmund, f 1300, i. 103, 366 ; ii. 168, 
295-6, 298-9 (where for ' Richard I' 
read 'Edward I ') , 478, 484.— Margaret 
Clare, his countess, ii. 299. 

Cornwall, Piers de Gaveston, earl of, 

f 1312, ii. 322, 339-4°-. 
Cornwell, Oxon., i. 270; ii. 191, 199; 

iii- 73- 
coronation, iii. 1. 

corporas, and corporas-case, iii. 141. 
Corte, John, 1446, sch., i. 590. 

— Will., 1462, Ball., i. 588 (' Corle,' in 
error), 598. 

Corton, Wilts., iii. nx. 
Corve, Will., 141 5, Oriel, iii. 106. 
Cosham (Cossum), Tho., 1584, opp., 
iii. 33-4, 230-1. 

— Tho., f 1 591, iii. 231. 

— Will., f 1587, iii. 230. 

— mrs. ... , opp., f 1587, iii. 231. 
Costard, Tho., ii. 300. 

Coston, see Croston. 
Cosyn, John, 14 — , i. 468. 

— Nich., 1420, eccl., iii. 76. 
Cotes, see Cootes. 
Coteshale, see Codeshale. 

Cotterell (Cottrell), John, 1537, White 
H.,i. 586,594: Reg. Oxon., i. 1 70, 314. 

— Rich., 1532, opp., iii. 29. 
Cotteswold, i. 50. 

Cottisford, John, 1527, Line, iii. 28,105. 
Cotton, Barth. de, 1292, monk, i. 235. 

— Henry, bp. of Sarum, f 1615, iii. 238. 



INDEX II. 



3 6 9 



Cotton. Henry, 1831, i. 176. 

— Rich.. 1525. opp., iii. 28-9. 

— Rich., Bras., f 1606, iii. 238. 

— Sir Robert, + 1631, ii. 3S1 ; iii. 60. 

— Sir Tho.. i. 472. 

Cottonian library, i. 67, 88, 98, 137, 

235-6, 381, 47 2 > 533- 
Couele, Tho. de, 1362, opp., iii. 16, 

?4& 

Coueley, see Cowley. 

Couke. Rich, le, iii. 16 ; see Cook. 

— Will., 1397, hi- 19- 
Coding, John, 1419, i- n6. 
Coullumbre, Devon, iii. 250. 
counties, i. 335. 

country == county, i. 544. 

Coupe, John, 13S2, vicar of S. Mary 

Magd., iii. 91. 
Couper, see Cowper. 
Coupledike, Dorothy, 1672, iii. 145. 

— Francis, 1672, iii. 145. 
court baron, i. 570. 

Courtney (Courtenay), Edward, ii. 174. 

— Hugh, ii. 174. 

— John, Qu., f 1612, iii. 255. 

— lord, ii. 155, 177. 

— Peter, bp. of Winton, 1*1492, ii. 
18. 

— Rich., 1407, Cane. Univ. Oxon., iii. 

— Will., 1367, Cane. Univ. Oxon., iii. 
104. 

j— Will, arbp. of Cant., f 1396, ii. 215, 

260, 285-6, 288, 452. 
Couton, see Cowton. 
Couyntroyer, John, 1318, opp., i. 477. 
Cove, Alice, an'd Stephen, 1280, ii. 251. 
Novell, see Co well. 
Covendunus, see Conington. 
3oveney, Tho., 1554, sch., ii. 244. 
Coventry, ii. 255, 472 ; iii. 48, 50. 
Coventry (Covyntre) family, i. 76. 
Coventry, Dorothy (nee Caulfield), 
j 1606, iii. 260. 
J— Eliz., + 1664, iii. 190. 
Henry de, friar, ii. 348. 

— Joan (mar. Snell), 1679, iii. T90. 

— John de, 1363, opp., iii. 16. 

— John, 1444, opp., i. 197. 

— Rich., 1606, extr., iii. 260. 
-Roger, abbot of Osney, + 1296, iii. 

3*4- 

— Tho., 1403, opp.,i. 76, 301 ; iii. 19- 
22, 48-50, 89. 

— Vincent de, friar, ii. 348, 363, 376, 
39 1 - 

— rev. Vincent, 1614, iii. 188, 190. 

— Walter, i. 236-7. 

-Will., 1506, White H.,i. 587. 
r miss ... (mar. Cooper), 1679, iii. 

; l88. 

VOL. III. B 



Cowdrey (Cawdrey), ... , 1651, opp., i. 

386, 576, 616. 
cowdung for fuel, i. 49. 
Cowell (Covell), John, +1611, i. 140 

(' Vincent'), 152, 220, 473; ii. 523. 
Cowland, T., 1436, sch., i. 590. 
Cowley, see Couele. 

Cowley (Coueley), Oxon., i. 282-4, 
287-8, 311, 351, 378,401,410,413, 
628; ii. 144, 149, 191; iii. 73, 91 : 
Church Cowley, i. 53 : Temple Cow- 
ley, i. 53, 167, 290, 311, 401, 403, 
429 ; ii. 507-8. 

Cowper (Couper), Rich., 1348, opp., 
i. 210. 

— W r ill., 1456, iii. 23. 

— W T ill., 1517, opp., i. 210. 

— see also Cooper. 

Cowton (Couton), Rob. de, 1300, friar, 

ii- 377, 386, 388. 
Cox (Cokkes), Aurelius, S. Edm. H., 

t 1681, iii. 185. 

— John, 1453, eccl., iii. 89. 

— John, extr., f 1651, iii. 234. 

— Joseph, 1675, New C, iii. 123. 

— Mary, f 1675, iii. 123. 

— Rich., Ch. Ch., f 1581, iii. 4-8. 

— Rich., opp., f 1600, iii. 33. 

— see also Cock. 

Coxeter, Margery (mar. Hanks), 1631, 
iii. 229. 

— see also Cocksetter. 
Coxhead, Blanch, f 1643, iii. 244. 

— John, f 162 1, iii. 239. 

— Mary (mar. Lapworth), + 1622, iii. 
239-41. 

— Oliver, f 1622, iii. 241. 
Coxhill, John, and Mary, iii. 239. 
Coxwell, John, 1660, iii. 157. 

— Rich., Line., f 1679, iii- I 57~8. 
Coylter, Elias le, 1295, opp., ii. 461. 
Crabtree, John, Ball., f 1624, iii. 225. 
Cracknall, Ann (mar. Hastings), 162 1, 

iii. 237. 

Craffoid, Will., rector of S. Mich. S. G., 

f 1477, iii. 95. 
Crakenthorpe, Tho., Qu., +1599, iii. 

Crampe (Crump), Will., 1224, opp., iii. 
4,8. 

— see also Crompe. 

Cranbourn, Will., 1385, vicar of S. 

Giles', iii. 85. 
Crancombe, Godfrey de, T230, i. 273-4. 
Crane, John, 1438, sch., i. 600. Anstey, 

Mun. Acad. 521, gives the name as 

Di ane, q. v. 

— John, Exet., f 161 2, iii. 250. 

— John, extr., f ^43, iii. 233. 

— Robert, 1599, N. I. H., i. 609; iii. 
259: Reg. Oxon. II. iv. 141. 



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INDEX II. 



Cranefordleyes, ii. 192. 
C ran ford, see Craunford. 
Cranlegh, Tho., New C, f 1417, i. 581, 
5 8 4- 

Cranraer, Tho., arbp. of Cant., f 1556, 
i. 52, 263, 450, 549, 624, 628; ii. 
244 ; iii. 30. 

Crantfield, Roger de, 1252, eecl., ii. 
5 3 9- 

Crape, Will., i. 138 : see Crope. 
Craswell, John, extr., f 161 7, iii. 240. 

— see also Cresswell. 

Cratcher, Nich., 1523, Corp., i. 541, 
546. 

Craunford (Cranford), Alice, 1396, i. 
124 ; iii. 100. 

— Gilbert de, friar, i. 349, 355, 392. 

— Robert, 1396, i. 124 ; iii. 100. 
Craven, John, 1524, iii. 28 : probably 

an error for John Traves, q. v. 

— (Oliver), Trin., f 1666, iii. 227. 
Crayford, ... , 1666, opp., i. 301. 
Creagh, Andrew, 1499, sch., i. 590. 
Creek, ... , 11 — , opp., i. 167. 
Creed, Will., Ch. Ch., f 1663, ii. 550. 
Creekladensis, i. e. of Cricklade, q. v. 
Creets, John, 12 — , i. 514. 

Creke, John, 1485, opp., iii. 25. 
Crekladensis, see Cricklade. 
Cresswell, ... , 1555, ii. 241. 

— see also Craswell. 

Cressy, Hugh (Serenus), Mert, f 1674, 

i. 46, 389. 

— John, friar, ii. 428. 
Crete, ii. 378. 
Cretensis, Akx., ii. 402. 

Crewe, of Stene, John, lord, f 1679, 
13- 

— Nathaniel, Line, 1*1722, i. 26; ii. 
13- 

Cricklade (Creeklade,Greeklade) , Wilts. , 

i- 44, 5°, 334-5, 34°, 365, 397, 4° 8 5 

ii. 161-2. 

Cricklade, Lumbard de, a Jew, 11 — , 
i. 538; ii. 448, 461. 

— Rich, de, ii. 161. 

— Robert de, prior of S. Frid., ii. 161. 

— Walerand de, 11 — , i. 77, 485. 
Cridiensis episcopus, ii. 145. 
Criklade, see Cricklade. 

Crime, John, 1457, sch.. i. 587. 
Cripps, Amy (nee Hodges), 1623, iii. 
237- 

— Henry, 1623, opp., iii. 236-7. 

— Mich., 1681, opp., iii. 40. 

— Robert, born 1628, opp., iii. 236. 
Crishall, Joan, opp., f 1349, ii. 104. 

— Rob., 13 — , opp., ii. 104. 
Crispin, Maud, and Milo, i. 278. 
Croft, Mary, f 1645, ii. 550. 
Croftes, ii. 192. 



Croke, Westmor., iii. 152. 
Croke (Crook), Bridget, 1*1649, iii. 
227. 

— Charles, 1588, iii. 161. 

— Eliz. (nee Wright), iii. 185. 

— Nich., 1465, opp., iii. 24. 

— Rich., 1464, sch., i. 589 : Reg. Oxon., 
i. 27. 

— Sir Rich., f 1683, iii. 54-5, 167, 185. 

— Rich, (son of Sir Rich.), f 1672, iii. 
167, 185. 

— Tho., Exet, f 1608, iii. 161. 

— Unton, 1659, 54> 200, 227. 

— Unton, born 1659, iii. 200. 

— Walter, opp., i. 462. 

Crombe, John de, friar, ii. 373, 385. 
Crompe, John, 12—, opp., i. 98. 

— Jonathan, see Crump. 

— Maud, i. 199. 

— Will., see Crampe. 

Crompton, John, extr., f 1644, iii. 245. 

— Tho., sen., 1613, opp., iii. 231-2. 

— Tho., jun., opp., f 1613, iii- 2 3L 

— Tho., 1620, extr., iii. 141, 224. 

— Will., Trin., 1* 1620, iii. 141, 224. 

— mrs. ... , opp., f 1625, iii. 232. 
Cromwell, Oliver, iii. 53. 
cronells, iii. 165. 

Croney, John, 1677, opp., iii. 40-1. 
Cronke, see Crouke. 
Crook, see Croke. 

Croote, Will., Oriel, f 1610, iii. 239. 
Crope, Will., father and son, 12 — , i. 
138. 

— see Crape, Trope. 

Croppr., (? Cropredy, Oxon.), iii. 96. 
Crosby, John, 1446, sch., i. 588. 
Crossbowell, Hannah (nee Smyth), iii 
208. 

— ... , 1644, iii. 208. 

Crosse, Edward, S. Mary H., -j* 1655 
iii. 113. 

— Joan, 16 — , iii. 113. 

— John, 16 — , iii. 113. 

— Joshua, Magd. C, f 1676, ii. 484 
iii. 178-9. 

— Matthew, 1647, bedell, i. 10. 

— (Rachel) (nee Knight), iii. 179. 

— see also Cruce, Cruche. 
Crossland, capt. ... , f 1644, iii. 258. 
Crosthwaite (Crostweyt), Roger de 

1278, friar, ii.418, 440. 
Croston, Edmund, Bras. H., f 1507, 

589 ; ii. 21 ; iii. 119. 
Crostweyt, see Crosthwaite. 
Crouke, John de, 1358, opp., iii. 16. 
C roust, see Crust. 
Croxford family, i. 82. 
Croxford, John, 13 — , opp., i. 78, 34. 

537- 

Croyden, Robert de, 1357, opp., 111. i\ 



INDEX II. 



371 



Crovland. Lines., iii. 88. 
Cruce, Robert de, friar, ii. 370. 
Cruohe. Henry, friar, ii. 374. 
Crudwell. Wilts., iii. 77. 
Crump, Jonathan, Wadh., +1675, iii. 
220. 

— Will., see Crampe. 

Cruse, Nich., Pembr., f 1629, iii. 207. 
Crust (Croust). Adam, 1243, opp., i. 

SS, 228, 570, 573; iii. 9, 10, 61-3, 

68. 

— Tho., 12 — , opp., iii. 6, 61, 66. 
Cucknoll. see Cuknoll. 

Cuddesdon ^Cudesden), Oxon., i. 53 (in 
error for Cuttesloe), 316, 449 ; ii. 
12-3. 160. 

Cuddesdon, Roger, 12— i. 107. 

Cuddington, Jeffrey de, 1288, Mert., 

i. 183. 

— John, 1377, sch., i. 509. 

— John, Line, f 1613, iii. 205. 
Cuddyng, John, 1330, opp., i. 357. 
Cudelaw, see Cuttesloe. 
Cudelynton, see Cudlington. 
Cudesden, see Cuddesdon. 
Cudlington, see Kidlington. 
Cudlington, John de, 131 8, opp., iii. 

43- ... „ 

|— Rob. de, 1354, opp., m. 16. 

— Tho. de, abbot of Osney, f 1373, 

iii- 315. 
Cudyngton, see Cuddington. 
Cuerdley, Lanes., iii. 132, 135. 
Cufley, see Cofley. 

3ukewald. Rob. de, 1226, eccl., iii. 83. 

luknoll, ii. 267. 

"ulham, Oxon., ii. 349, 393. 

3ulme, Will., 1566, Corp., i. 550. 

3ulpeper (Colepeper), Anne (nee Frere), 

f 1568, iii. 154, 211. 
' — John, lord, f 1660, i. 8. 
I— Rich., iii. 154. 

3ulum, Rich, de, 1224, vicar of S. Jo. 

Bapt, iii. 87 : see also Kyllum. 
✓ulverd (Culvert, Kylward) family, i. 

118. 

Culvert, Andrew, 1290, opp., ii. 264; 
iii. 12-3. 

- Dionysia. 1334, opp., i. 455. 

- John, 1270, opp., i. 59 ; iii. 11-2. 

- John, opp., +1334, i. 118, 455, 518; 

ii. 105 ; iii. 13-4, 44. 

'- Ralph, iii. 12 : see Stokes, 
'umb, abbot of, 1192, ii. 194. 
•umbe, Robert, 1532, monk, ii. 309. 

- see Combe. 

umberford, Tho., Ball., f 1639, iii. 
257. 

umnor (Comnore), Berks., i. 48, 53, 

305. 327, 4 o6 > 577-8 ; ii- 447> 4 6 °; 

iii. 126, 230. 



Cunetius, see Kennet. 
Cuningalus, see Kenynghale. 
Cuningthorp, Rich., friar, ii. 343 : see 

Kingsthorpe. 
Cunnar, John, Exet., *f- 1569, iii. 254. 
Cupper, ... , 1668, opp., iii. 253 : 

possibly Cooper. 
Curcy (Curci, Cursey, Kurci, de Cur- 

seio), John, 1241, opp., i. 317,490; 

ii. 156, 529 bis ; iii. 7, 9. 

— Will, de, 1 1 36, opp., iii. 3. 

Curie, Walter, bp. of Winton., f 1647, 
ii. 275. 

Currie, Daniel, N. I. H., *f* 1660, iii. 
2 59- 

Cursey, see Curcy. 

Curson, Isabel, ii. 456, 469. 

— Leonard, Exet., f 1644, 2 5 2 « 

— Rich., ii. 470. 

— Walter, f 1527, iii. 456, 469-70. 
curtelage, i. 90, 357. 

Curteyne, John 3 Line, f 1669, ii. 514. 
Curteys family, j. 538. 
Curteys, John, 1445, sch., i. 590 : Reg. 
Oxon., i. 36. 

— Lettice, 1238, opp., ii. 60. 

— Rich, le, opp., f 1238, i. 183, 538; 
ii. 60 ; iii. 4, 6. 

Curth, W 7 ill., sch., f 1461, i. 5S8. 
Curtlington, see Xirtlington. 
Curtoppe, James, Corp., + 1557, ii. 8. 
Curwen, Hugh, bp. of Oxon., fi568, 

ii. 10, 13. 
Curzon, see Curson. 
Cusseblauncpain, Will., 12 — , ii. 280. 
CussehalL ii. 268. 

Cuthbert, saint, f 687, i. 546, 548; ii. 
43,270-1,274,411. 

— Thomas, 1444, eccl., iii. 75. 
Cuttesloe (Codeslow, Cudeslawe, Cuts- 

lowe), Oxon., iii. 283. 
Cutton, Will., 1390, sch., i. 510. 
Cuxham, John, 1367, ii. 497-8. 
Cyltre, ii. 191. 
Cyrencestre, see Cirencester. 
Cyriac, saint, ii. 489. 

D., abbot of Rewley, ii. 302. 
D., R., 1625, iii. 179. 
Dabbe, John, Gloc. H., + 1635, 
264. 

D'achery, Luke, ii. 311. 

Dachet, see Datchet. 

Dadanus, see Didanus. 

Dadicote (Dedycote), Will., 1534, sch., 

i. 593: Reg. Oxon., i. 152. 
Dadyngton, see Adynton. 
Dagevile, see Dagville. 
Dagfelde, see Dagville. 
Dagnall, Stephen, Pembi , f 1630, iii. 

207. 



372 



INDEX II. 



Dagnall, Will., 1484, opp., iii. 25. 
Dagville (Dagfelde) family, i. 125. 
Dagville, Alice, see Daufield. 

— Joan, opp., f i 473, iii. 148. 

— Joan (mar. Gill), opp., + i486, i. 
1 26 ; ii. 69, 300. 

— Margaret, opp., f 1523, i. 126; iii. 
148. 

— Tho., 1407, opp., iii. 20. 

— Tho., 1427, opp., iii. 21-2, 50, 75. 

— Walter, 1382, opp., iii. 47. 

— Will., 1370, opp., i. 125; iii. 17-9, 
46-7, 74. 

— Will., opp., +1476, i. 126; ii. 69, 
108, 300; iii. 23-4, 50, 148. 

Daintry, Northts., iii. 14. 

Dalaver, John, 1433, rector of S. Mar- 
tin's, iii. 88. 

Dalby, Will., eccl., f 1406, iii. 100. 

Dalderby, John, bp. of Line., ^1320, 
i. 141, 288-9; ii- 59> 2 49> 386-7, 
409-10, 420, 423, 438, 479; iii. 83, 
9 2 ~3- 

Dale, Derbys., ii. 238. 

Dale, Geo., Oriel, f 1625, iii. 210. 

— Mary (nee Leech), 1588, iii. 210. 

— Tho., 1553, i. 615. 

— Will., 1594, iii. 210. 
Dalton, Caleb, f 1643, iii. 252. 

— John, 1418, rector of S. Ebbe's, iii. 
82. 

— Martha (mar. Jackson), opp., f 1625, 
iii. 241. 

— Will., 1444, sch., i. 601. 

— see also Dolton. 

D'amary (D'amory, D'amery, D'au- 
mary) family, i. 338; ii. 176: see 
Amalry. 

D'amary, Gilbert, 11 — , ii. 192. 

— Rich., 1310, i. 274, 341. 

— Rich., 1346, i. 338, 341, 343. 

— Robert, 1236, i. 273. 

— Roger, 11 29, ii. 189. 

— Roger, 1260, ii. 213. 

— see also Amery. 
Damascen, i. 541. 
D'amery, see D'amary, Amery. 
Danby, Henry Danvers, earl of, f 1644, 

i. 291-2, 575. 

Danes, in legend and history, i. 56, 
283, 326-7, 406, 410, 416, 418, 573, 
578 ; ii. 14, 33, 47, 54, 80, 99, 143-4, 
151,154. — Danes, students in Oxford, 
iii. 121, 144, 228. 

Danewort, i. 326, 578. 

D'angerfield, Rich., see Bury, Rich. de. 

Daniel, Barton, Oriel, f 1620, iii. 240. 

— Edward, 1643, opp., iii. 37. , 

— Eliz. (mar. Wilmot), 1595, iii. 201. 

— Henry, 1449, sch., i. 599. 

— Nich., sch., i. 251. 



Daniel, Nich., 16-14, °PP-> 37* 

— Peler, extr., + 1643, iii. 258. 

— Tho., 1546, opp., ii. 228. 
Banks, mrs. ... , f 1581, iii. 230. 
D'anne, Henry, 1260, eccl., i. 74. 
Dante, i. 84. 

Danvers, Henry, see Danby. 

— John, 1458, sch., i. 602. 

— Tho.. 1 310, i. 274. 

— see also Davers. 

Darbyshire (Tho.), 1544, Broadg. H., 
i. 605, 608 : Reg. Oxon., i. 207. 

— Will., Broadg. H., f 1552, iii. 202. 
Darcy family, ii. 176. 

Darcy, col. ... , 1643, iii. 264. 

— see also Darsy. 
Darenton, see Berentine. 

Darrell, Geo., Alls., f 1631, ii. 25, 136. 
Darset, Tho., T457, scn -» 594'- An- 

stey, Mun. Acad., gives the name as 

Clarset. 
■ — Will., 1445, sch., i. 600-T. 

— Will., 1479, vicar of S. Giles', iii. 86. 

— see also Dorset. 

Darsy, Rich., 1444, sch., i. 587. 

— Robert, 1444, sch., i. 587, 594. 

— Tho., 1435, rector of S. Ebbe's, iii. f 
82. 

— Tho., 1457, sch., 1. 594. I 

— Tho., 1505, sch., i. 589,595: Reg. 1 
Oxon., i. 42. 

— see also Darcy. 

Darte, Tho., Ball., f 1619, iii. 224. 
Darumpley, James, 1645, extr., iii. 187. 
Datchet, Bucks., ii. 444. 
D'aubeney (Dawbney), Alice, 13 — , ii. I 
171. 

— Henry, 1555, Ch. Ch., ii. 241. 

— John, 1403, rector of S. Peter B., 
iii. 98. 

— Robert, f 1598, iii. 231. 
Daufield, Agnes, f 1442, iii. 156:? = 

Dagville. 

Daundsey, Walter, 1400, cpp., i. 312, 

462 ; iii. 19-21. 
Daunett, John, iii. 36 : i. e. Davenant, ; 

q.v. 

Dauntsey, Wilts., i. 291-2. 

Dauport, 151 1, sch., i. 599: ?= Da- 
venport. 

Dauson, see Dawson. 

Davenant (Davenet), Sir Charles, f 1714, 
iii. 173. 

— Eliz. (mar. Bridges, mar. Bnstowe), 
f 1672, iii. 173, 234. 

— Jane, opp., + 1622, iii. 35, 173, 231. 

— Jane (mar. Hallum), opp., f 1667 
iii. 173, 234. 

— John, opp., f 1622, iii. 35-0, 173 
I 228, 231, 234. 

J — John, son of John, f 16—, iii. 173- ! 



INDEX II. 



373 



Dnvenant, Mary (mar. Swift), iii. 173. 

— Robert, born 1604, S. Jo., iii. 228. 

— Sir Will., 1 1668, iii. 107, 173, 228. 

— Will.., son of Sir Will., f 1651, iii. 
173, 234- 

Davenport, Bartholomew, f 1643, iii. 
344. 

— Christopher (afterwards I rancis S. 
Clara), f 16S0, ii. 343, 385, 393. 

— Jeffrey, 1409, i. 519. 

— John, 1505, sch., i. 601 : Reg. Oxon., 
i. 39. 

— John M., i. 269. 

— ... , sec Dauport. 

Daventre, Will, Oriel, +1373, i. i47> 

i9 6 > 373 : iil io 5- 
Daventry, Northts., iii. 214. 
Davers, John, 1449, sch., i. 592 : Reg. 

Oxon., i. 7. 

— ... » + 1577, i- 269 : probably Dan- 
j vers. 

! David, a Jew, 1228, i. 152-3, 169. 

David, 1 381, sch., i. 136. 
I David, 1468, sch., ii. 168. 
! David de Hybernia, f 1285, sch., i. 528. 

David, ' Landavensis,' ii. 65. 

David I, of Scotland, "f- 1 153, ii. 161. 

David (Davids), John, 1467, sch., i. 592. 

— Matthew ap, 1444, sch., i. 591. 
Davies (Davis), Ann, f 1645, ii. 550. 

— Cath., opp., f 1 591, iii. 189, 219. 

— Henry, S Edm. H., f 1606, iii. 255. 
I — Hopkin, Jes., + 1631, iii. 251. 

j — Hugh, opp., f 1610, iii. 219. 

• — Joan, 15—, i. 225. 

I — John, 1467, sch., i. 592. 
j — Kath. , see'Caih. 

— Martha, 16 — . opp., iii. 123. 
j — Mary, f 1675, iii. 123. 

I — Matthew, see ap David. 

— Rich., 1666, opp., ii. 280; iii. 123: 
Wood's Life and Times, iii. 157. 

: — Robert, extr , f 1605, iii. 204. 
: — Tho., Alls., f 1601, iii. 238. 
. — Tho., 1635, opp , iii. 36. 
; — Tho., Magd. H., f 1640, iii. 257. 

— Tho., opp., f 1644, iii. 233-4. 
i — Tho., 1645, ii- 55°- 

; — Tho., Bras., f 1662, iii. 246. 

; — Will., f 1644, iii. 234. 

j — ... , S. Edm. H., f 1626, iii. 225. 

— ... , 1666, opp., i. 300. 

• Davy (in error for Pavy), Hugh, bp. of 

S. David's, + 1496, ii. 18. 
Dawbney, see D'aubeney. 
1 Dawson (Dauson), Agnes (nee Drew), 

1 1601, iii. 201, 204. 
1 — Alice (nee Allen), 1583, iii. 201: 

perhaps iii. 203. 
\ — Anne, + 1 590, iii. 203. 

— Edward, Line, f 1635, l - 2 9 2 - 



Dawson, Eliz. (nee Bartram), 1589, iii. 
201. 

— John, 1470, opp., iii. 24. 

— John, 1589, iii. 201. 

— John, f I 64i, iii. 108. 

— Margaret, f 1618, iii. 205. 

— Robert, opp., f 1605, iii. 32, 201, 
204. 

— Tho., 1700, i. 441. 

— Will., 1583, iii. 201. 

— mrs. ... , + 1585, iii. 203. 
Day, Anne, opp., f 1667, iii. 174. 

— John, Oriel, f 1637, «i- 2 35- 

— Nich., opp., f 1577, ii. 52 ; iii. 189. 

— Rich., 1600, iii. 174. 

— Tho., 1546, Ch. Ch., ii. 58, 227. 

— Tho., Exet, f 1639, "I- 22 6. 

— Will., opp., f 1665, i. 425, 458, 463 ; 
iii. 174. 

Dayfcote (Dayfote), Will., 1458, sch., 

i. 597 : Reg. Oxon., i. 10. 
Daynchurch, Oliver, 1274, friar, ii. 337. 
Deacon, Stephen, f 1643, iii. 244. 
Dean of Christianity, Oxon., i. 559 : see 

Nigel. 

Deane (a Deane), Dorothy, opp., f 1661, 
iii. 161. 

— Henry, New C, f 1672, i. 531. 

— James, opp., f 1677, iii. 161. 

— Jane, f 1641, iii. 124. 

— Ralph, 16 — , iii. 124. 

De Bank, Leonard, extr., + 1607, iii. 
262. 

— Robert, extr., f 1609, iii. 262. 

— Tho., extr., f 16 12, iii. 262. 
decretists, ii. 30, 293. 

decretis, bacc. in, ii. 76-8, 81 , 86, 95, 
100, 147. 

decretorum, Dr., iii. 86, 88, 95, 99. 
Deddington, Oxon., i. 396. 
Dedicote (Didcot), Berks., iii. 173, 234. 
Dedicus, John, i. 175 ; ii. 32. 
Dedmgton, Oxon., i. 396. 
Dedington, John de, opp., i. 562. 
Dedycote, see Dadicote. 
Deghere, Will, de, 1333, i. 294: see 
Dyer. 

De la Bach, see Bache. 
Delabere, John, Ch. Ch., f 1593, iii. 
203. 

— Margaret, + 1581, iii. 203. 

— Pearse, f 158 1, iii. 203. 
de la Fenne, see Fenne. 

de la Hay, see Hay. 

de la Mare, see Mare. 

de la Ryver, see Ryver. 

Deletta (D'alettor), Daniel de, cook of 

Corp., f 1589, iii. 211. 
Delham, John de, ? 12 — , iii. 114. 
Delow, John, 1434, sch., i. 594. 
demi-culverin, i. 245. 



374 



INDEX II. 



Demohoy, ... , cxtr., f 1644, iii. 208. 
Den, Tho. lc, 10 — , ii. 2S1, 287. 
Denet, Robert, 1 45 1 , sch., i. 600. 

— .... 1458, sch., i. 608. 
Denham, John, 1360, opp., iii. 16. 

— John, 1501, vicar of S. Mary Magd., 
iii. 92. 

— Judith (mar. Escourt), 1632, iii. 217. 

— see also Dynham. 

Denmark, iii. 121, 238 : sec also Danes. 
Dennington, Will., 1602, opp., iii. 34. 
Dennis, Eliz., opp., f 1637, I 5 I - 

— John, 1583, opp., iii. 33. 

— Tho., 1637, opp., iii. 37-8, 151. 

— see also Denys. 

Dent, Tho., Oriel, f 1599, iii. 238. 
Denton, Oxon., iii. 237. 
Denys, Will., 1468, sch., i. 591 : Reg. 
Oxon., i. 26. 

— see also Dennis. 
Deodate, ii. 246. 
Dera, Giovanna, ii. 325. 
Derbyshire, iii. 121. 

Derfelde, Tho. de, 1387, rector of 

S. Peter B., iii. 98. 
Derham, Alan de, i. 212. 

— Andrew de, 1283, opp., iii. 12. 

— John de, opp., i. 206-7. 

— Tho. de, 12 — , i. 212. 

— see also Durham. 

Derlington, Hugh de, 1285, monk, ii. 
264. 

Dermann, 11 — , sch., i. i6t. 
Deulfiete, Walter de, ? 12 — , iii. 114. 
Deveneys, Will., 1307, opp., iii. 42. 
Deverel, John, 1341, sch., i. 181. 
Deverous, John, 1290, i. 154. 
Devin, Abraham, 1598, iii. 201- 

— Agnes (nee Smyth), 1598, iii. 201. 
Devon, i. 550-1; ii. 118, 124, 127-8, 

176. 

Devon, Rich, of, friar, ii. 344, 346-7, 

349> 353. 357> 39 x > 394- 
Devon, (Courtenay) earl of, ii. 174. 
Devorguilla, the lady, i. 372 ; ii. 79. 
Dew (D'ewe), Joan (or Payne), opp., 

f 1624, iii. 229, 231. 

— John, 1586, opp., iii. 33. 

— John, opp., f 1640, iii. 35-6, 229, 
231-2. 

— Mary, opp., f 1623, iii. 231. 

— Rich., Pembr., f 1676, iii. 209. 

— Tho., opp., f 1640, iii. 232. 

— Walter, 1546, opp., ii. 228. 

— Will., 1547, opp., iii. 30. 

— ... , of Islip, iii. 167. 

— mrs. ... (nee Banks), iii. 167. 
Dewey, see D'ewy. 

Dewre, Will., sch., f 1514, i. 590; ii. 
34°- 

D'ewy (Dewey) family, i. 65, 227. 



D'ewy (Dewey), James, 1652, opp., iii, 
215. 

— Jane, iii. 215. 

— Joan (nee Hodges), iii. 215. 

— John, iii. 215. 

— Nich., 1273, opp., i. 65. 

— Rich., 1300, opp., i. 65. 

— Robert, 1227, opp., i. 65. 

— Stephen, 1300, opp., i. 65-6. 

— Tho., iii. 215. 

— Will., Ch. Ch., f 1636, iii. 215. 

— Will., iii. 215. 

— Will., iii. 215-6. 

— miss ... (mar. Broderick), iii. 215. 

— mrs. ... , f 1646, iii. 216. 
diaconus, in Holy Orders, iii. 77, 81, 

84,91,96-7. 
diaper, iii. 141. 

Diapine, Eliz., f 1634, iii. 229. ' 

— Peter, 1634, iii. 229. 
Dice, Rich., f 1638, iii. 243. 
Dickinson, Edmund, Mert., f 1707, iii. 

181. 

— Eliz. (n<£e Luddington), f 1670, iii. 
181. 

— Rich., 1603, extr., iii. 251. 

— Rich., 1622, Exet., iii. 251. 

— Tho., 1602, extr., iii. 251. 

— Will., 1622, Exet, iii. 251. 

— ... , Exet., f 1624, iii. 251. 
Dickson, Tho., Qu., f 1640, iii. 257. 
Dicus, Sam., Bras., f 1645, iii. 125, 246. 
Didanus, king, i. 316, 322, 472 ; ii. 42, 

59, 122-5, J 34> r 4 2 > 160, 163, 172. 
Didcot (Dedicote, Dudcot), Berks., iii. 

J 73> 2 34- 
Dier, see Dyer. 

Digby, Sir Kenelm, f 1665, i« 5°« 
Digge, John, 1269, ii. 354. 
Digon, see Dygon. 

Dillon, Frances (nee White), viscountess, 
1644, 2 36- 

— Ruperc, born 1644, iii. 236. 

— Tho., 4th viscount, iii. 236. 
Dimett, see Dymett. 

Dimock, Arthur, 1660, opp., iii. 38, 

— see also Dymmock. 
Dine, see Dyne. 

Dingley, Roger, rector of S. Peter B., 

t i5 T 9> iii- 99- 

— Tho., 1670, iii. 109, 113-4, &c. 

— mrs. ... , fi643, iii. 213. 
Dinham, see Dynham. 
Dinton, Will, de, ii. 214. 
Dionisia, filia Lamberti, i. 168. 
dirige, i. 492. 

discommune, to, iii. 29, 31. 
Diteneshale, Henry de, 1291, opp., ii. 
265. 

Ditton, Hugh de, 1340, friar, ii. 319. 
dives, Reginald le, ii. 525. 



Divione, Peter de, abbot of Revvley, ii. 
30a. 

Dixon, see Dickson, Dyxon. 
Dobbs i^Dobbis), Alice, opp., f 14S8, 
i. 310, 312 ; ii. 85. 

— John, 1453, opp., i. 310, 312 ; ii. 85; 
iii. 23-5. 

Doble, John, 16—, iii. 123. 

— Will*., Hart H., f 1675. iii. 123, 247. 
Dobson, Anne (mar. Warner), 1583, iii. 

223. 

. — Eliz. (mar. Case), 1574, iii- 223. 

— John, opp., f 1585, iii. 127. 

— Mary, opp., f 1622, iii. 127, 241. 

— Will., M.A., f 1579, iii. 255. 
Dobuni, i. 326, 416. 

Dochen, see Dotchen. 
1 Docheson, Rich., 1482, eccl., iii. 79. 
1 Dochingus, see Docking. 
: Dockett (Duckett), Will., 1527, Broadg. 
H., i. 604: Reg. Oxon., i. 141. 

• Docking (Dochingus), Tho., friar, ii. 

367-8, 400. 
I Docklington, Alice, 1348, opp., i. 174. 
! — Jeffrey de, 12,62, rector of S. Ebbe's, 

iii. 81. 

■ — John, father, opp., f 1336, i. 129; 

ii- 37; iii- I2 ~4> 7 8 > I Z°> J 36. 

— John, son, opp., f 1348, i. 174; iii. 

78- 

— Juliana, 13—, opp., ii. 37. 

— Sybil, 1336, opp., i. 129 ; ii. 37. 

i Dod (Dodd, Doddes), Anne (nee With- 
ington), 1592, iii. 254. 

— Rich., 1592, Bras., iii. 254. 

— Robert, vicar of S. Giles', f 151 8, iii. 
86. 

Dodeford, Joan, 12 — , opp., ii. 78. 
j — John, 1376, prior of S. Frid., iii. 290. 
; Doderidge, Will., Gloc. H., f 1632, iii. 
251. 

, Dodington, Rich., 1547, ii. 69. 
Dodwell, Dorothy, opp., f 1633, iii. 
263. 

j — Henry, opp., f 1600, i. 466 ; iii. 33, 
; 231, 238. 

— James, 1569, opp., iii. 31, 229. 

— James, opp., + 1622, iii. 241. 

— Joan (mar. Good), 1605, opp., iii. 
210. 

— John, 1553, opp., ii. 31. 

— Kath. (mar. Williams), 1593, opp., 
i iii. 229. 

j — Mary, opp., f 1622, iii. 341. 

— Philip, opp., f 1634, iii. 34, 242. 
j — mrs. ... , f 1606, iii. 231. 

• Dokelyngtone, see Docklington. 

• Dokulby, Rich., 1468, sch., i. 598. 
Dolben, John, Ch. Ch., f.i686, iii. 

j 200. 

— Kath., born 1659, iii. 200. 



* 11. 375 

Dolfyn, Will., 1383, rector of S. 

Aldate's, iii. 77. 
Dolle, John, 1451, opp., iii. 23. 
D'olley, see Doyly. 
Dolling, Roger, + 1657, iii. 118. 
Dolton, Sir John, f 1643, iii. 115, 244. 

— see also Dalton. 
Domesday, see Doomsday. 
Dominic, saint, ii. 311, 325-6, 328. 
'dominus/ title of a clergyman, iii. 

74-86, 88-96, 99, 100, 102. 
Domneva, ii. 94. 
Donny, king, i. 325. 
Donson, Rich., 1480, eccl., iii. 79. 
Doo, John, bedell, + (?) 1467, iii. 116. 

— Margaret, iii. 116. 

— Tho., bedell, f 1507, ii. 19. 

— Will., iii. 116. 

Dooke, Rich., 15 10, Exet.,i. 594 : Reg. 
Oxon., i. 72. 

Doomsday (Domesday) book for Ox- 
ford, i. 105, 214, 232, 239, 283, 338, 

37 6 > 4°3, 47o 
Dorchester (Dorkcestre), Oxon., i. 389, 

397-8; ii. 212, 386, 503, 508: bishop 

of, ii. 98, 124. 
Dorchester, Warin de, 12 — , i. 134. 
Dormer, Ambrose, f 1577, l - 2 7°- 

— Jasper, 1575, iii. 254. 

— Justina (nee Humphrey), 1575, iii. 
2 54- 

— Michael, 1540, i. 453, 456. 
Dome, Philippa (mar. Nicolls), 16 14, 

iii. 218. 
Dorovernia, see Canterbury. 
Dorpe, Hugh, 1452, sch., i. 509. 
Dorset, Will., 1481, sch., i. 599. 

— see also Darset. 

Dorset, Edward Sackville, fourth earl 

of, 1643, iii. 233. 
Dorsetshire, ii. 408; iii. 155, 165. 
Dorvill, ... , Ch. Ch., f 1648, ii. 550. 
Dosier, John, 1376, ii. 498. 

— Simon le, 1260, opp., i. 189, 246, 
407. 

— Will, le, 12—, opp., i. 189, 246, 407. 
Dotchen (Dochen), Anne, born 1601, 

iii. 235, 248. 

— Henry, opp., fi6i2, iii. 235, 239, 
247. 

— Henry, son of Henry, born 1608,' 

iii- 235, 247. 

— Henry, ? cousin of Henry, 161 2, iii. 
248. 

— Joan, f 1616, iii. 240. 

— John, S. Mary H., f 1621, iii. 215. 

— (mrs.) Kath., 1603, iii. 235, 248. 

— Kath., born 1612, iii. 248. 

— Richard, born 161 1, iii. 235, 248. 

— Thomas, Magd. C, fi6o5, i. 144, 
508; iii. 240, 248. 



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INDEX II. 



Dotchen, Tho., son of Henry, 1612, iii. 
247. 

— Toby, born 1605, iii. 235, 247. 
Dotyn, Rich., 1583, iii. 159. 

Walter, Exet, f 1604, iii. 159. 
Douay, Fiance, ii. 247. 
double-coffined, iii. 256. 
Douglas, Henry, Bras., f 1644, iii. 245. 
Douns, John, 1300, friar, ii. 386. 
Dover (Dovour), ii. 342, 345, 353-4? 

391, 501 : bp. of, ii. 289. 
Dovorre, James de, 1298, rector of S. 

Peter B., iii. 98. 

— Will., 1380, monk, ii. 288. 
Doway, see Douay. 

Dovvdale, Rich., 1466, sch., i. 590. 
Dovvne, John, Trin., + 1666, iii. 228. 
Dowson, Will., 1438, sch., i. 601. 

— W T ill., f 1577, iii. 255. 

Doyly (D'olley) family, i. 60, 272, 

277-8. 333, 4°3 5 47, 63, 74, 
200, 202. 

Doyly, barony, fee, or honour, of, i. 
270, 313; ii. 46-7, 181, 186, 193, 
195- 

Doyly, Agnes, wife of Neale I, i. 277. 

— Alditha, wife of Robert I, i. 271, 
277-8, 420 ; ii. 181, 186. 

— Anne (mar. Wilson), f 1653, iii. 136. 

— Bandulph, i. 278. 

— Edida, i. 278. 

— Edith (Torn), wife of Robert II, 
+ 1152, i. 271, 277-8 ; ii. 188, 190, 
195-7, 221. 

— Fulke, son of Neale I, i. 278. 

— Fulke, 1 1 29, ii. 189. 

— Geo., f 1624, iii. 256. 

— Gilbert I, brother of Robert I, i. 271, 
278 ; ii. 181. 

— Gilbert II, son of Robert II, i. 
277-8; ii. 188, 190, 192, 197. 

— Guy, 1 181, ii. 195. 

— Hawis, i. 278. 

— Helenissa, i. 278. 

— Henry I, son of Robert II, f 1163, 

i. 271-2, 277-8, 285,351,403,451; 

ii. 46, 188, 190, 192-3, 197, 221-3; 

iii. 60. 

— Henry II, son of Henry I, f 1232, 
i. 277-8; ii. 193, 195, 197, 211, 222; 
iii. 59, 60. 

— Hugh, monk, i. 278. 

— John, 1545, ii. 70. 

— John, 1646, iii. 53. 

— Margaret, i. 277. 

— Maud (Matilda) I, dau. of Robert I, 
i. 277-8. 

— Maud, (Matilda) II, wife of Henry I, 
i. 277. 

— Maud (Matilda) III, dau. of Henry 
II, i. 277-8. 



Doyly, Neale (Nigel) I, father of Robert 
I, i. 278. 

— Neale (Nigel) II, brother of Robert I, 

i. 271-2, 277-8, 406, 417, 465; ii. 
181, 188, 197. 

— Neale III and Neale IV, sons of 
Neale I, i. 278; ii. 192. 

— Ralph, i. 278. 

— Robert I, fio 9 i(?), i. 277-8, 354, 
406, 418-20, 434; ii. 82, 185, 187-8, 
197. — His estates in Oxford town 
and shire, i. 270, 313, 348, 376, 381; 

ii. 51, 99, 182, 186, 195. — Repairs 
the wall of Oxford, i. 240. — Builds 
Oxford castle, i. 232, 265, 270, 633; 
ii. 41, 181, 186.— Robs the Church, 

i. 270, 418; ii. 51, 75, 333. — Builds 
and repairs Oxford churches, i. 271, 
420; ii. 40, 47, 51, 333. — Founds 
and endows church and convent of S. 
George in the Castle, Oxford, i. 271, 
35 1 ; ii- 62, 74-5, 181-2, 186, 195-6. 

— Robert II, son of Neale II, nephew 
of Robert I, f 1142, i. 71, 271, 
277-8 ; ii. 195-7, 5°6- — His estates { 
in Oxford town and shire, i. 313; ii. j 
188-95, 197-8. — Benefactor to, and I 
buried at Einsham abbey, i. 271-2 ; j 

ii. 211. — Benefactor to the Knights I 
Templar, i. 311. — (?) Governor of 
Oxford, iii. 3. — Stands for Matilda 1 
against Stephen, i. 241,272.- — Founds 
and endows Osney abbey, i. 135-6, 
151, 271, 285, 314, 316, 403, 471, j 
525; ii. 182, 188-97, 21I > 221.— 
Transfers endowments of S. George- 
in-the-Castle to Osney abbey, ii. 182, Ij 
190-2, 108. — Chantry for him in j 
S. George-in-the-Castle, ii. 63, 184. j 

— Robert III, son of Rob. II, i. 278; I 
ii. 192. 

— Sir Robert, f 1577, i. 269. 

— Roger I-Roger VI, i. 277-8. 

— Roger, 1 18 1, i. 436, 454. 

— Sibil, i. 277-8. 

— Timothy, 1610, iii. 136. 

— Will., 1181, monk, i. 436. ' 

— Will. I and Will. II, monks, i. 278. | 
Dracott (Draycot), Anthony,' 1514, 

W 7 hite H., i. 586-7, 598 : Reg. Oxon., 
i. 72. 

Draiton, see Drayton. 
Drake, Will., 1759, i. 393-4. 

— ... , 1650, i. 293. 

Drane, John, 1445, sch., i. 602 : see 
Crane. 

draper, Ailwic, ii. 529; iii. 5, 60. 

— Thomas, iii. 20. 

Draper, Tho., opp., f 1644, iii. 227. 
Drax, John, 1382, vicar of S. Mary 
I Magd., iii. 91. 



INDEX II 



377 



Drax, The, 1501, Line, i. 596, 599, 

601 ; iii. 105 : Reg. Oxon., i. 67. 
Draycot, Oxon., ii. 237. 
Draycot, see Dracott. 
Drayton (Draiton), John, 1404, i. 430-1. 

— Rich., friar, ii. 374. 

— Rich., extr., f 163 1, iii. 150, 212. 

— Will., 1390, i. 430-1. 
Drew, Agnes (mar. Dawson), 1588, iii. 

201. 

— Ralph, 1 45 1, sch., i. 597. 
Drewet, see Druet. 

Drewry, Frances (mar. Good), 1596, 

opp., iii. 229. 
Dreyere, Roger de, 12 — , ii. 421. 
Drogheda, Ireland, i. 15. 
Drope, Francis, 1666, i. 516. 

— Mary, 1670, opp., i. 618-9. 
Drowda, Will, de, 12 — , i. 88, 99, 516. 
drowning, deaths by, at Oxford, iii. 

182, 212, 214, 227-8, 241, 243, 263. 
Druet, Rich., Pembr., f 1659, 20 ^« 
Druids, i. 49. 

Drumman, John, 1452, sch. ; i. 588. 
Drury, see Drewry. 
Duchesne, Andrew, 1619, i. 240. 
Duck, Arth., Alls., + 1648, ii. 305. 

— Rich., ii. 431. 

— Rich., 1510, Exet., i. 594 : Reg. 
Oxon., i. 72. 

Duckenfield, Will., f 1632, iii. 242. 
Duckett, see Dockett. 
Ducklington (Dukelinton), Oxon., ii. 

191, IQ9. 
Ducklington, see Docklington. 
Ductona, see Ditton. 
Dudcote (Didcot), Berks., iii. 173. 
Dudder, Steph., 1386, rector of S. 

Mich. S. G., iii. 94. 
Dudingherst, Essex, iii. 135. 
Dudley, John, 1459, opp., iii. 23. 

— Rich., 1502, S. Mary H., i. 589 : Reg. 
Oxon., i. 61. 

Dumeld, Will., 14 — , sch., i. 96. 
Dugard, Henry, Trim, ^1671, iii. 228. 

— Rich., 1650, S. Jo., iii. 227. 

— ... , S. Jo., f 1653, iii. 227. 
Dugdale, Sir Will., + 1686, i. 317; ii. 

3, 160. — Monasticon, i. 236, 277; ii. 
225, 227. — Warwickshire, i. 13; ii. 
225. — Orig. Jur., i. 40. — Baronagium, 
i. 278, 382, 418 ; ii. 222. 
; Duk, see Duck, Duke. 
I Duke, Rich., ii. 431. 
j — Will., f 1403, ii. 80. 
1 Dukelinton, see Ducklington. 
' Dulcis, Hugh, opp., i. 525. 
' Dumaresq, Nich., S. Mary H., + 1673, 
iii. 247. 

\ Dumbleton, John de, 1320, Mert., ii. 
464. 



Dunch, Kath. (mar. Hautin), 1630, iii. 

237- 

— Walter, + 1649, iii. 176. 

— Sir Will., f 1612, iii. 176. 
Dunham, Will, de, 1269, rector of All 

Saints', ii. 60 ; i:i. 73. 
Dunne, capt. ... , f 1642, iii. 243. 
Dunnestiwia, see Duns-Tew. 
Duns Scotus, f 1308, ii. 376, 386, 464. 
Dunstable (Dunstaple), Beds., ii. 46 ; 

iii. 100. 

Dunstan, f 988, arbp. of Cant., i. 419 ; 

ii. 139-40. 
Dunstan, Anthony, 1529, monk, i. 304, 

ii. 261, 263. 

— Robert, sch., i. 587. 

— Tho. de Saint, friar, ii. 374. 

— see also Dunston. 
Dunstaple, Beds., ii. 46 ; iii. 100. 
Duns-Tew, Oxon., ii. 191. 
Dunston, John, 1504, monk, ii. 289. 

— see also Dunstan. 

Duport, Tho., 1552, i. 504; ii. 457, 
471. 

Duppa, Brian, Ch. Ch., f 1662, ii. 9. 

Durand, opp., i. 205, 538. 

Durand de Bugwell, f 1352, i. 223. 

durant, ii. 133. 

Duraunt, Will., 1364, i. 171. ' 

Durham, castle, i. 533; ii. 267, 270: 
cathedral, i. 533, 546, 548 ; ii. 267-9, 
273-4: diocese of, i. 540; ii. 266: 
priory, i. 373; ii. 22, 263-9, 2 74> 
443: arms of priory, ii. 272. 

Durham family, i. 134. 

Durham, Andrew de, 1339, i. 134, 318. 

— Laurence of, i. 77. 

— Nich., 1370, friar, ii. 426. 

— W T ill. of, founder of Univ. Coll., 
f 1249, i. 87, 119, 135, 141, 356, 
553-62 ; ii. 263, 496, 520. 

— Will, de, 1337, friar, ii. 463. 

— see also Derham. 
Dutchman, i. 145, 256, 259. 
Dutch paper, iii. 222. 

Dutton family, i. 314, 317, 576. 
Dutton, Rich., 1446, sch., i. 587. 
Dyer (Dier), David, 1490, opp., iii. 25. 

— Emma, ii. 101. 

— John, 1444, opp., iii. 22. 

— John, Ch. Ch., f 1547, ii. 5, 8. 

— Maud, ii. 101. 

— Reynold, 1349, opp., ii. 101. 

— Richard, 1349, opp., ii. 101. 

— Rich., 1391, opp., iii. 17-8. 

— Walter le, see Walter. 

— Walter, ii. 101. 

— William le, see William, tinctor. 

— Will., ii. 101. 

— Will., opp., fi349. 101. 

— see also Deghere. 



378 



INDEX II. 



1 >yghcre, sec Dyer. 

1 >ygoo (Digon), John, 1438, sch., i. 210, 
589, 592. 

— Peter, 1 3 — , abbot of Rewlcy, ii. 
302. 

Dykar, (Robert), 1508, sch., i. 592: 

Reg. Oxon., i. 57. 
Dymett, Will., 1461, sch., i. 599. 
Dymmock, Roger, 1390, friar, ii. 320. 

— see also Dimock. 

Dyne (Dine), Margery, 1325, nun, i. 
357> 484- 

Dynham, Penelope, f 1672, ii. 454, 460, 
468, 471. 

— Robert, 1514, iii. 27. 

Dyssell, Mary (mar. Linke), 1587, iii. 
260. 

Dyveray, Clement, 1433, eccl., iii. 79. 
Dyxon, Ralph, 1546, opp., ii. 228. 

— see also Dickson. 

E., M., f 1644, iii. 166. 
Eadwinus, monetarius, 1116, i. 471. 
Eadwy, king, i. 327. 
Earl, see Erl. 

Earles, John, bp. of Wore, f 1665, 

ii. 13. 

East — , see Est — . 

Eaton, Luke, cook of Exet., f 1621, 

iii. 224. 

— see also Eton. 

Eaton (Eton), Bucks., ii. 206; iii. 138. 
Eaton, Oxon., see Ethona. 
Ebba, saint, i. 209; ii. 53. 
Ebchester, Robert, 1469, monk, ii. 269, 
271, 274. 

— Will., monk, f 1456, ii. 269, 271, 
274. 

Eberiow, Griffith (Jeffrey), 1445, sch., 
i. 599. 

Eboracensis, Joannes, i. 233: Wood's 

Life and Times, iv. 296. 
Eboraco, Rob. de, Tho. de, see Robert, 

Thomas. 

Eborall (Eyburhale), ... , 1436, sch., 

i. 594, 600. 
Ebranc, i. 41-2. 

Eccis., S. Matthew de, dio. Wore, iii. 
84. 

Eccles, see Ecles. 

Eccleston, Henry, Oriel, f 1646, iii. 
125, 235, 246. 

— Tho., friar, ii. 212, 342-69, 377, 391, 
394-9, 409-10 : Wood's Life and 
Times, iv. 268. 

Eckingham, John de, 1363, Cane. Univ. 

Oxon., iii. 104. 
Ecles, Will., Trim, + 1670, iii. 228. 
Ecoppe, Kath., f 1644, iii. 245. 
Edburbur., see Adder bury. 
Eddrad, 1264, i. 178. 



Ederbery, see Iddebury. 
Edelric, bp. of Sherborne, 1005, ii. 145, 
Edgar ( = Algar, q. v.) , ii. 1 34. 
Edgar, king, +975, i. 327; ii- 53- 
Edgar, monk, ii. 143. 
Edgecombe (Eggecombe), John, 1484, 
opp., i. 201, 300; iii. 25, 198. 

— Sir Rich., 1488, i. 532. 

— ... , 1479, sch., i. 593, 606. 
Edgehill, Warw., i. 7. 

Edges, Baldwin, 161 3, opp., iii. 35. 

— Rich., opp., fi590, i. 504; iii. 31, 
33 (' Eggerd'). 

— mrs. ... , f 1578, iii. 230. 

— see also Hedges. 

Edith, daughter of Forn, see Edith 
Doyly. 

Edmonds (Edmunds), Alice (nee Bos- 
well), 16 10, iii. 229. 

— Ambrose, iii. 156. 

— Christopher, 1553, opp., iii. 52. 

— Eliz., iii. 156. 

— Francis, f 1627, iii. 256. 

— Frideswyde (nee Frere), iii. 156. 

— John, 1610, iii. 229. 

— Mary, iii. 156. 

— ... , iii. 156. 

Edmund Ironside, f 1016, i. 234. 
Edmund (Rich.), of Abingdon, arbp. of 

Cant., f 1240, i. 288-9 5 ii- I00 > 335> 

525- 

Edmund, 1 1 — , i. 514. 
Edmund, 11 — , ii. 150. 
Edmund, 1479, sch., i. 606. 
Edmund, de London, sch., f 1305, i. 
456. 

Edmund, medicus, i. 315. 
S. Edmundbury (Bury St. Edmund's), 
Suffolk, ii. 210, 255, 262 ; iii. 42, 50. 
Edmunds, see Edmonds. 
Edmund-Thorp, Leic, iii. 182. 
Edrop, see Ethrop. 

Edwacher, io — , opp., i. 71, 135-6; ii. 
188. 

Edward the Martyr, saint, f 979, ii. 
56. 

Edward Confessor, f 1066, i. 56-7, 
232-3, 239 (Edw(ardus) sen(ior)), 
240, 305, 427-8, 469-70; ii. 146: 

Edward I, f 1307, i. 74-5, 81, 142, 
154, 203, 254-5, 333, 368 ; ii. 16, 27, 
83, 215, 243, 297, 299 (' Richard,' m 
error), 316, 332, 368-9, 392, 400, 
420, 436-7> 461, 479> 484> 5°9J 1U - 
41-2, 89, 101. 

Edward II, 1*1327, i. 103, 145, i54> 
206, 215, 247-8, 259, 341, 368; ii. 
16, 22, 41, 322-3, 339, 361, 420-1, 
43°> 437> 439» 442, 477, 509; in. 2, 
4 2 "3, 70, 73, 89, 101. 

Edward III, f 1377, i. 341, 570 ; 11. 22, 



INDEX II. 



379 



Edward III (continued) : — 

$6, 162-3, 266, 26S, 316, 332, 

421, 434> 45 6 - 4 6l > 4 8 5, 5°9- io 5 
2. 16, 44-6, 70, 77, 94. 
Edward IV, f 1483, i. 503; ii. 457; 

iii. 50-1, 70. 
Edward VI, f 1553, i- 188, 626; ii. 6, 

56, 274, 457; iii. 5 2 - 
Edward, abbot of Osney, fiiS3, iii. 

3H- 

Edward, 'presbyter, 11 29, ii. i8q. 
Edward, 'gardiner,' 12 — , opp., ii. 45. 
Edwards (Edward), Amy, extr., f 1632 ; 
iii. 242. 

— David, 1517, Corp., i. 546. 

— David, extr., + 1635, 2 3 2 - 

— Dennis, verger of Univ. Oxon., f 1625, 
iii. 241. 

— Joan (nee Coles), 1638, iii. 237. 

— John, opp., f 145 1, i. 476. 

— John, 1546, opp., ii. 228. 

— John, ii. 550. 

— John, 1632, extr., iii. 242. 

« — John, M.A., 1638, iii. 237: there 
are several M.A.'s of these names at 
this date. 

— Tho., 1453, eccl., iii. 89. 

— Will., sen., i. 196. 

. — Will,, 1444, sch., i. 589. 

S. Edward's, Henry of, 1322, i. 170. 

— Tho. of, 12 — , opp., iii. 61. 
Edwardston, Tho., friar, ii. 453. 

' Edwin, king, i. 237, ii. 140. 

Edwin le Turner, see Turner. 

Edwin Thomas, see Thomas, son of 
Edwyne. 
i Edwyn, king', see Edwin. 

Edwyne, 11 — , opp., iii. 4, 5, 8. 
I Edwyne, son of Godgose, 11 20, ii. 
i 66-7 : see Eilwyn. 

Edyve (Edyne), 11 34, i. 324; ii. 43 
1 (' Ida '), 67 : see Lancelot. 

Egbert, king, f 837, i. 417. 

Egerley, Robert, 1538, iii. 78. 
! Egerton, Barbara, f 1643, iii. 244. 
\ —Tho., lord Ellesmere, f 161 7, iii. 
,57- 

Eggecombe, see Edgecombe. 

Eggerd, Rich., iii. 33 : i. e. Edges, q. v. 

Eglionby, see Aglionby. 

Egnesham, s&e Einsham. 

Eifley, see Iffiey. 

Eilesbirie, see Aylesbury. 

Eilnode, 12—, opp., i. 69; see Aylnoth. 

Eilric, see Ailric. 

Eilwyn, opp., i. 514: see Ailwyn. 
Eilwyn, son of Godegose, ii. 66-7, 496. 
Einon (Eynon), John, i5io,sch., i. 591: 

Reg. Oxon., i. 71. 
' Einsham (Enesham, Ensham, Eynsham, 

Yenesham), Oxon., i. 325, 329, 397, 



Einsham {continued') : — 

436, 577-. 613; ii- in, 228, 265: 
cross at, i. 449 : ferry at, iii. 243 : 
market at, i. 474, 501. 

Einsham abbey, i. 276, 278, 331 ; ii. 
136, 251, 255, 430, 439: foundation 
of, ii. 53-4: benefactors of, i. 271-2, 
277; ii. 54, 175, 211: estates of, 

i. 465; ii. 54-5, 297-8: manorial 
court of, i. 570 : Oxford property of, 
iii. 286 : abbots of, i. 304, 406, 417, 
465. 489; ii. 101, 175, 261: docu- 
ments of, i. 14, 271, 278, 287, 501 ; 

ii. 36, 175, 251, 297-8 (Wood's Life 
and Times, iv. 95) : dissolution of, 

i. 524; ii. 55. 

Einsham (Enesham, Eynsham), John 
de, 1344, i- T 4<5; iii- 15. 

— John de, ii. 79. 

— Paulinus de, i. 140. 

— Walter de, 11 — , i. 140. 

— Will, de, 12 — , ii. 419. 
Einston, see Enstone. 

Ekyns, Tho., opp., f 1449, iii. 22. 

Ekys, John, 1452, sch., i. 601. 

Ela, countess, see Warwick. 

Elcock, Alex., 155 1, Ch. Ch., ii. 232, 

2 35> 2 43- 
Eldol, ii. 33. 

Eldridge, Eliz. (mar. Flexney), 1631, 

iii. 249. 

Eleanor, consort of Henry III, see 

Queen-Mother. 
Eleanor, consort of Edward I, i. 203 ; 

ii. 27. 

Elfgar, 1004, ii. 145. 
Elfgifu, queen, ii. 145. 
Elfleda, i. 237, 239. 
Elflinton, ii. 192. 

Elfric (Alfrich), arbp. of Cant. (Doro- 

vern.), 1004, i. 315 ; ii. 145. 
Elgar ( = Algar, q. v.), ii. 134. 
Elias (Helias, Helyas), 10 — , a Jew, 

i. 535, 538- 

— son of Bassene, 12 — , a Jew, i. 202. 

— of Perry, ii. 199. 

— of Wrmhale, ii. 174. 

— friar, ii. 432. 

— 1235, prior of S. Frid., iii. 290. 

— 1236, Master of S.Jo. Bapt. hospital-, 

ii. 525, 529 ; iii. 102. 

— friar, ii. 343, 363, 399. 

— friar, ii. 366. 
Eliot family, iii. 185. 

Eliot (Elliott, Elyot), John, extr., 
f 1642, iii. 257. 

— Peter, Corp., f 1682, iii. 185. 

— Robert, 1452, sch., i. 600. 

— Robert, 1461, Alls., i. 568, 591 : 
Reg. Oxon., i. 3. 

Eliphate, Robert, friar, ii. 452. 



3 8o 



INDEX II. 



F.lis, see Ellis. 

Eliseus, see Ellis. 

Eliz, Will., f [648, iii. 252. 

— see also Ellis. 

Elizabeth, Queen, i. 269, 304, 504-5, 

626 ; iii. 52 3. 
S. Elizabeth chapel, dio. Winton., iii. 

82. 

Ella, countess, see Warwick. 
Eliesfeild, see Elsfield. 
Ellesmere, Thomas, 1468, sch., i. 590. 
Ellesmere, Tho. Egerton, baron, f 161 7, 
iii. 57- 

Ellingham, Tho., 1533, opp., iii. 29. 
Elliott, see Eliot. 
Ellis (Eliseus), 1238, sch., i. 138. 
Ellis (Elis, Eliz, Elys, Ellys), Hugh, 
Ball., f 1684, i. 360; iii. 192. 

— John, 1546, ii. 261. 

— John, B.A. (?Ch. Ch.), f 1632, iii. 
215. 

— Mary, opp., f 1686, iii. 192. 

— Rich., 1340, rector of S. Martin's, 
iii. 88. 

— Tho., 1502, sch., i. 600. 

— Tho., opp., f 1680, iii. 192. 

— Will., 1446, sch., i. 595. 

— Will., f 1648, iii. 252. 

— ... , 1499. sch., i. 607. 
Ellsfield, see Elsfield. 
Ellynham, Tho., 1533, opp., iii. 29. 
Elmedon, Rich, de, 1330, rector of S. 

Peter B., iii. 98. 
Elmes, Agnes, opp., f 1561, iii. 260. 

— Tho., 1542, opp., iii. 30. 

— Will., f 1643, iii. 244. 

Elmet, Alfred de, 1224, opp., ii. 193. 
Elmhurst, Herbert, Univ., *f 1672, iii. 
247. 

Elminghall, Roger de, 1348, eccl., iii. 
95- 

Elsfield (Ellesfeild\ Oxon., i. 285, 527, 
576; ii. 151, 191 (' Elsefeud ') ; iii. 
ir 3- 

Elsfield (Ellesfield), Hugh de, ii. 151. 

— John de, ii. 169. 

— John de, ii. 506. 

— Will, de, ii. 151. 

— Will, de, ii. 169. 

Elston, James, rector of S. Mich. S. G., 
1 1505, i". 95- 

— John, f 1587, iii. 223. 

— Will., Wadh., f 1669, iii. 220-1. 
Elton (Eltenham), Tho., rector of S. 

Mich. S. G., f *493- iii. 95- 
Elwyk, John, 1438, sch., i. 600. 
Ely, minster, i. 288 : bp. of, ii. 399, 

404. 
Ely, see Eli as. 

Ely, Philip de. + 1275, 222 - 

— Rich., opp., f 1648, ii. 56. 



Ely, Robert, 1249, prior of S. Frid,, ii. 
162. 

Elyas, see Elias. 

Elynaund, Tho., 1 361, vicar of S. Giles', 
iii. 85. 

Elyngton family, iii. 131. 

Elyot, see Eliot. 

Elys, sec Ellis. 

embalming, iii. 177, 256. 

Emeldon, ... , 1440, Mert., i. 597. 

Emeley (Evenlcy), Northts., iii. 152. 

Emlay, Richard, rector of S. Ebbe's, 

f 1435, iii. 82 (' Emsay '), 192. 
Emma, 1250, nun, i. 347. 

— de Pyrie, ii. 174, 199. 
Emsay, Rich., iii. 82 : see Emlay. 
Encourt, Will., friar, ii. 319, 336. 
Enesham, see Einsham. 
Engericus, 11 — , opp., ii. 188. 
English, old, character, iii. 170: see 

Saxon. 

Ennys, Mary, f 1644, iii. 245. 

Enon, see Einon. 

Ensham, see Einsham. 

Enstone (Einston, Enstan), Oxon., iii. 

74, 217. 
Entisbery, Will., i. 346. 
epigrams, Oxford, i. 51, 329, 385-6, 

634- 

Eppewell, Rich, de, 1275, opp., iii. 56. 

equitatio cocorum, i. 486. 

Erasmus, i. 50, 52, 530, 541-3, 547, 

55 2 ; »• 2 33> 2 4°, 38o, 458. 
Erdmgton, see Yarnton. 
Erdington, Alice de, and Gilbert de, 

1 291, opp., i. 73-4. 
Erenburg, opp., i. 97. 
Erghome, John, friar, f 1490, ii. 454, 

467. 

Eritage, Tho., 1505, sch., i. 589. 
Erl, John, 1377, rector of S. Ebbe's, -iii. 
82. 

Erley, Tho., Corp., f 1535, i. 551-2. 
Ermenberga, ii. 54. 

Ermenold, 1104, °PP-> I 5 0_I 5 4*75 

ii. 188. 
Ernald, ii. 508. 

Ernely, Robert, Hart H., f 1635, iii. 
256. 

Ernis family, i. 166 : see also Hernis. 
Ernisius, carnifex, 11 — , opp., i. 166. 
Ernisius, filius Ernisii, 11 — , opp., i. 
166. 

— see also Ervisius. 
Ernycot (Arncot), ii. 191. 
Erskine, Eliz., born 1646, iii. 236. 

— Rachel, 1646, iii. 236. 

— Will., D.D., 1646, iii. 236. 
Ervisius, filius Aylwyn, i. 100. 

— see also Ernisius. 
eschaetor, i. 536 ; iii. 68. 



INDEX II. 



381 



Escourt, Geo., 163:, Magd. H., iii. 
217. 

— Judith (nee Denham), 1632, iii. 217. 

— Rath, ^mar. Owen), 1662, opp., iii. 

— ... , 1050. opp., 111. 217. 
Kscott, Charles, f 1645, iii. 246. 

— John, f 1661, iii. 219. 
fislake, Tho., 1450, rector of S. Aldate's, 

iii. 77. 

Espeke, Walter, 1132, ii. 292. 
Espycer, see Spicer. 
Esseburne, Henry, 12S0, friar, ii. 319. 
Esseby, Will, de, 1224, f riar > 344? 

35 2 -3»357> 39i,395> 397-8, 4 IO >4 12 - 
Essex, i. 236 ; iii. 191. 
Essex, Humphrey de Bohun, earl of, 
f 1274, ii. 446, 459. 

— Humphrey de Bohun, earl of, f 1321, 
iii. 70. 

Essex, Robert Devereux, earl of, f 1601, 
ii. 7, 11. 

Estbury, John, 1432, opp., iii. 21, 50. 
Estcourt, see Escourt. 
Estewood, see Estwod. 
Esthrope (Astrop). Northts., ii. 226. 
Estkote (Ascott), Oxon., ii. 12, 191. 
Estkote-Doylly (Ascott), Oxon., ii. 191. 
Estmond, Rich., 1489, rector of S. 

Martin's, iii. 8S. 
Estrie, Henry de, 1271, rector of S. 
Clem., iii. 80. 

— Robert, 1494, monk, ii. 288. 
Estwod, John de, rector of S. Martin's, 

f 1295, iii. 87. 
Ethelbert, f6i6, ii. 137. 
Ethelfrid, king, i. 209 ; ii. 53. 
Ethelred (Athelred), arbp. of Cant., ii. 
! 146. 

i Ethelred, f 1016, i. 236, 283, 335,417, 
1 466; ii. 53, 130, 143, 145, 150-1, 
i 154,163,172. 

Ethelrich, 1004, bp. of Sherborne, ii. 
145- 

Etheridge, Geo., 1534, Corp., i. 547. 
I Ethona (Water-eaton and Wood-eaton), 
Oxon., i. 327 ('Eaton'); ii. 189-90, 
197 (' Eton'). 
Ethrop (Edrop), Agnes de, 1326, opp., 
i. 146. 

— Henry de, 1319, opp., i. 146 ; iii. 14. 

— Rich, de, 1318, opp., iii. 14. 
Ethyngham, John de, 1364, i. 171. 
Etkyns, Tho., opp., f 1449, ii. 471. 
Eton, Bucks., ii. 206 ; iii. 138. 
Eton, Oxon., see Ethona. 
Eton, Rich., 1464, eccl., iii. 79. 

— Will., 1224, friar, ii. 344, 353, 391. 
Eu, see Ew. 
Euclid, ii. 454, 471-2. 
Euera, Berks., ii. 192. 



Eugenius III, pope, f 1153, i. 150, 331 ; 

3<>, 75~7> 82 - 
Eugenius TV, pope, f T447, i. 552. 
Eum-crescat. 1180, a Jew, ii. 521. 
Eumeley (i. e. Evenley), Northts., iii. 152. 
Eunelade, see Ewnlode. 
Euripides, i. 541. 

Eustace, Tho., 1671, opp., iii. 39-40. 
Eustachius, eccl., i. 3S8. 

— monk. ii. 100. 
Euwer, Walter de, ii. 507. 

Evans (Evan, Evons), Harman, 16 — , 
opp.. i. 493. 

— rev. (Henry), 1661, N. I. H., iii. 133. 

— John, 1504, sch , i. 591. 

— Margaret (nee Smyth), 1660, opp., 
hi- 133. 

— ... , 1556, opp., ii. 243. 
Eve ' con vers,' see con vers. 

— loteris (lotrix), 1280, opp., ii. 251. 
Eveleigh (Eveley), John, Hart H., 

f 1604, iii. 224, 248. 

— Prudence (nee Barnes), 1603, iii. 248. 

— mrs. ... , f 1652, iii. 21 8. 
Eveling (Evelyn), John, 1444, Exet., i. 

596, 598 : Reg. Oxon., i. 5. 
Evenley, Northts., see Eumeley. 
Evenlode, i. 398. 

Everard, Cath. (nee Hensley), f 1662, 
iii. 134-5. 

— Rich, de, 1285, i. 379, 382. 

— Sam., 1662, Ch. Ch., iii. 135. 

— Tho., 1311, friar, ii. 337. 
Everie, Eliz., 1619, iii. 177. 

— John, Magd. C, f 1618, iii. 177, 240, 
256. 

Evesham, Wore, ii. 199, 222. 
Evesham, abbey, i. 55 ; ii. 160, 250, 255, 

260 : chronicle of, ii. 296. 
Evons, see Evans. 

Ew (Eu, Ewe, O, Ow, Ho), John de, 
1274, opp., i. 106, 116, 372, 525 ; iii. 
8, 1 1-3. 

— Peter de, 1325, opp., i, 106, 251-2 ; 
iii. 14, 57. 

— Phil, de, 1278, opp., i. 106, 116, 
147, 167, 372 ; iii. 11-3. 

— Phil, de, 131 8, opp., iii. 14. 

— Will, de, 1262, opp., i. 72 ; iii. 6, 8, 
63, 66-8 : the same as Will. Spicer, 
q.v. 

Ewell, Surrey, ii. 12. 

Ewell, Agnes de, 1264, i. 178. 

— Rebecca (mar. Hopper), 1626, opp., 
iii. 217. 

Ewelme honour, Oxon., i. 188. 
Ewelme, Rich, de, rector of S. Mich. 
S. G., f 1302, 94- 

— Robert de, 1286, prior of S. Frid., 
iii. 290. 

Ewen, Stephen, 1591, opp., iii. 33. 



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INDEX II. 



Ewnlode (Eunelade), Hugh de, vicar of 
S. Frid. and S. Mich. N. G., f 1301, 
iii. 84, 92. 

Ewstas, see Eustace. 

examination of presentee to a benefice, 
iii. 92. 

exchange of benefices, extremely com- 
monj iii. 73-8, 80, 82, 84-5, 88, 91, 
93-6, 99-100. 

excommunication, iii. 87 : minor excom- 
munication, iii. 27-30. 

executions in Oxford, iii. 230-1, 259, 
262, 264: military executions, iii. 214. 

Exeter (Exon.), Devon, i. 42, 233-4, 

47°-545» 55 1 5 «• 34 5 »i- J 59> 2 5 J 
confused with Oxford ('Exon.' and 
' Oxon.'), i. 44, 233, 237-8, 470 ; ii. 
34, 348. — Cathedral, i. 548; ii. 321, 
33 6 , 453i 4 68 -— Diocese of, i. 540; 

ii- 335- ' 
Exeter (Exon.), Adam de, friar, ii. 348, 

39 2 - 

Eya, Phil, de, f 1275, ii. 222. 

Eyburhale, see Eborall. 

Eyelyerd, 1004, ii. 145. 

Eylewyne, see Eilwyn. 

Eynon, see Einon. 

Eynsham, see Einsham. 

Eyre, Urban, Pembr., f 1675, iii. 209. 



faber, Peter, i. 527. 

Fabyan, Robert, f 1512, i. 236. 

Fachinham, see Fakenham. 

Fairfax, Sir Tho., f 167 1, i. 626. 

Fairwater, see Fayrwater. 

Fakenham (Fachinham), Nicholas, friar, 

ii. 378, 402. 

Falcandus, John, 1357, i. 480. 
Falconer, see Fawkner. 
Falele, de, Falle, see Falley. 
Falkland, Henry Carey, 3rd viscount, 

f 1663, iii. 54. 
Falley (Falle, de Falele, Fallie, Fallele, 

Fallee), John, 131 1, opp., ii. 108; 

iii. 14-5, 42-5, 74. 
Fallowfield, Will., 1528, opp., iii. 28. 
Fain (Falno, Faluo, le Fane, Faune), 

Hugh, 1242, opp., iii. 4-7, 9, 61-2, 
68. 

family = household, iii. 137- 
Fanesius, i. 552. 

Fanshaw, Charles, born 1643, iii. 236. 

— Margaret, f 1643, iii. 115, 243. 

— Sir Simon, 1643, iii. 115, 243. 

— Sir Tho., 1643, iii. 236. 
Faratius, see Faritius. 

Farendon, Faringdon, see Farringdon. 
Farewell, see Farwell. 
Faritius, abbot of Abingdon, ^1117, 
i. 150, 328, 407, 417, 428, 471. 



Farlam, John, 1508, sch., i. 596, 599: 
Reg. Oxon., i. 55. 

— see also Ferland. 

Farmer, rev. Ralph, 1654, iii. 220. 

— Tho. (' Will.,' in error), 1672, Wadh., 
iii. 220. 

— see also Fermour. 

Farringdon (Farendon, Faryndon), 

Berks., iii. 148. 
Farringdon, Christian, ii. 156. 

— John de, 12 — , ii. 527. 

— Ralph de, ii. 157. 

— Rich, de, 12 — , opp., i. 481. 

— Roger de, i. 96. 

— Walter, ii. 156. 

— Walter de, see Walter. 

— Will., ii. 156. 

Farwell, Sir John, 1617, iii. 257. 

— John, Magd. H., f 1637, iii* 2 57- 
Faukner, see Fawkner. 

Faune, see Fain. 

Fauntleroy, Will., New C, f 1534, iii. 

27- ' 1 'JB. 

Fauresham, Simon de, Cane. Univ. 

Oxon., 1304, iii. 103. 
Fau